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That was nice of you to think about me.....

April 13, 2016, 03:09:13 AM
Re: Spg member bonus
Ye if you know what your doing.
Can you explain how I learn "what im doing"?

March 08, 2018, 02:41:02 AM
Re: Barreling down Niagara Falls on @Yehuda’s First Trip with a Baby! Great TR!  Enjoyed quite a bit, and will prob use lots of that advise!  I plan to go in July, a few weekd after my wedding.... In wondering if the Sheraton is the right move, or if there's others as well. 
May 13, 2018, 02:56:41 AM
Re: HOT- Kindle Readers now as low as $9.99 After stacking coupons, students. Plus 5$ no rush shipping to Amazon now
June 03, 2018, 09:20:19 PM
Re: AliExpress Public Wishlists Share Your Finds Wow! This is great! Thanks op for getting this started, and to those that helped with the wiki
August 04, 2019, 10:04:33 AM
Re: Chase Sapphire Reserve BENEFITS master thread
I have the reserve card but my wife has the UR points, can "we" transfer points to my southwest acct OR only to hers? trying to qualify for a companion pass and am only short 10k points.
Someone correct me if I'm wrong, but I don't think transfers count towards the comp pass anymore

December 29, 2019, 01:40:09 PM
Re: Life Hacks, Post Your Favorites! Game changer for those doing multiple things on a computer...
Windows key + arrow>/< will cut the current window to half the screen, side by side
Windows key + arrow  up/down with make it half the screen, up and down

U can potentially make 4 windows visible this way as well.

Play around and you'll see what a blessing it is lol

June 14, 2020, 06:59:27 AM
Re: Life Hacks, Post Your Favorites!
Maybe those that started doing so in the early(ier?) days of WhatsApp, can continue their "conversation" with themselves.

I tried to do it when I first downloaded WhatsApp, about 5 years ago (and again today when I read @moish post), and didn't have any luck.

Found out about the group trick 3 years ago, so that was nice...
You can use the 'click to chat' app.
In general it's a great simple app which allows you to input a phone number and it sends you directly to the person's WhatsApp page (instead of needing to save the phone number in your contacts and reloading etc...)

August 09, 2020, 08:22:12 PM
Re: Anyone with experience from a Tree limb falling on your vehicle? Insurance? City
    Last week I had parked my car in my driveway overnight, a big huge limb from the city's tree fell on the front of my dashboard, smashing my whole windshield as well as damaging my hood and the two side parts of the front of the car.

   Damaged some property as well including a fence/gate.

 Now I have full coverage from GEICO with my windshield the glass.

 In regards to the physical damage done to the vehicle I have $1,000 deductible if I want to claim for an act of God that damaged my vehicle.

 While I put in a claim with the city to have the tree limb removed, they told me you can file a claim with the city's controller office to get money back from the city for the damage done.

 Now the benefit of me doing that would be I don't have to pay $1,000 deductible to my insurance if I would go with them.  Assuming there's no deductible with the city.
  Not quite sure what information they need on the form, it says police report(which I never did, while I do have pictures) it says they'll send down an inspector and etc.. not quite sure what I need and what I don't have to fill out, for example they ask for my social which don't feel comfortable putting.
   Hence my question here is if anyone who had such a prior experience went through with a claim through the city and can tell me how they went about it?
From personal experience in Miami beach:
Car parked in public parking space. Tree hit the car. Called cops, got a damage report.
There seems to be different laws if the car is stable at the time of damage or if not (just btw)
Got the Clame started filing with city but seemed complicated.
Called insurance they said they can try to get the money from the city, if they get from the city, I'd not be charged deductible, however if they didn't get I would.
But they were very clear that my insurance wouldn't go up (even the 'good will credits for being a good drive scam etc'

Ended up doing that, few months later I was told the trees were owned by a sub company and to place the claim with them. Insurance did that. Got full approval for damage and no deductible. So far haven't seen any higher premiums. Thistle happened a little over 6 months ago I'd say

November 01, 2020, 04:30:10 PM
Re: South Florida Master Thread I just went with my wife to Street Kitchen in Bal Harbour and it was quite impressive. the burgers are super juicy made with three types of ground beef, and the appetizers were delicious! We got the Bao Buns, Chummuus w meat (forgot the name it came with pita and I think the meat was lamb) we also got the Chicken and Waffles which was great as well, but there is a specific seasoning used in it that some may not like... We loved it and would definitely return!! Next to get is definitely the Rib eye for 2, was highly recommended!

November 24, 2020, 10:38:17 PM