That’s why the hotels have installed weight sensor display racks in the rooms. Even touch one and you’ve bought it…
It was a safe bet that our fearless leader would be tweeting about something using ALL CAPs to distract from the latest disaster.
Because lots of folks play follow the leader?
Pretty well spoken for having a bridle in his mouth!
Yeah, when I was a kid (don’t ask how long ago) the Museum of Science in Boston had an exhibit with a set of pedals connected to a generator that would light up a sequence of incandescent bulbs as the power increased. Kind of fun, but I couldn’t keep all the bulbs lit for more than a few seconds.
@aircraft-engineer I don’t think we’re quite talking the same language. Let me try this again…When a scammer calls you these days it’s virtually guaranteed that the number that appears on your phone is fake.Blocking the number that the scammer appears to come from will have no impact on future scammer calls.On my iPhone I never block phone numbers unless they are junk texting me. Sometimes those get repeated, but never for voice calls. And it sounds like you use Do Not Disturb mode to block unknown callers, which is great until you have a vendor/contractor trying to reach you…Personally I don’t mind getting junk calls, since it brightens my day to mess with scammers. The longer I keep them on the phone, the less time they can spend with other more gullible folks.
@AIRCRAFT-ENGINEER – Since most scammers use spoofed numbers, blocking individual numbers is worse than useless. I say worse, since a spammer might spoof a real number that has a reason to call you (other than fraud.)
They’re from France? Beldar, is that you?
Canadian drivers drive on the same side of the road as the US. Haven’t been to Mexico so can neither confirm nor deny they drive on the same side of the road.
Am I the only one bothered by the car being on the wrong side of the road? Or am I being too North American?