I read it and I'll one up you by saying I wrote it and I still stand by that your comment was neither expressed or implied in my post.AU CONTRAIRE...read it again. :smile:
Time for Interpretation 101...:surprise: If u infer that some of the Kappas will be part of the half million cars destroyed...then less Vin numbers equal less Kappas...our cars become rarer. Where have I erred? The negative becomes a positive.I read it and I'll one up you by saying I wrote it and I still stand by that your comment was neither expressed or implied in my post.
I stated that a half-million cars are estimated to be totaled from water damage and that some of them may be Kappas since TX has a large number of Kappas registered in the state and many people drive them only as weekend vehicles meaning they may not be high on the priority list to rescue since they are limited in space.
Pretty sure I know what I meant when I wrote it...LOL
To this point I was very clear. There is no inference. I believe...and have already been proven right...that Kappas will be included in the half million cars destroyed by Harvey. There has already been one posted on Facebook that will most likely be written off due to flood damage in TX.Time for Interpretation 101...:surprise: If u infer that some of the Kappas will be part of the half million cars destroyed
While not stated this is a logical conclusion if we are talking about cars being destroyed by this disaster and that some of them are Kappas....then less Vin numbers equal less Kappas...
This is also true but this is YOUR interpretation. Your error is:our cars become rarer. Where have I erred? The negative becomes a positive.
(note this is two posts combined)So, there is a positive to Harvey...More Kappas in the junkyard...
Remember, I wrote what u inferred...LOL. I TELL IT AS IT IS.
I'm not able to crack skulls as I once could, but I take my friend Walther with me everywhere I go these days andIn our small town there may have been some looters. one of them took shot at a local resident and is now in jail. Must have shot at one of the few unarmed people in town..LOL I suggest, "Shoot to kill" as they will be shooting at you. This should be a warning to anyone that wants to hit our town. We take no prisoners.>
I actually sold a 9mm to the guy that was shot at. I need to remind him to carry it.
Another edit : Just got email from my alarm system that the power is back on so now all the alarm systems in town are activated. Not easy pickings.
You must be younger than me. I am so puny I have to have the twins Mr Smith and Mr Wesson with me. They are half my age at 40. :cheers:I'm not able to crack skulls as I once could, but I take my friend Walther with me everywhere I go these days and
he's just as fit as ever. :|
Ours has the ability to measure the temp in the house directly and set the thermostat remotely. The system has various levels of monitoring from $14 to $24 a month. I get the top($24 a month) because it allows me to set the alarm,modify its settings, set thermostat etc from my computer or smart phone. Cheap enough at only a one time charge of $250 for the system and it can be used without the monitoring if you need to cut costs.Blue, your system sounds very good. We use something similar to monitor winter temps and heating in our summer place that is 3 hours away in the mount
I'd be more concerned with a flood (no pun intended) of cars hitting the market as used cars that were or should have been salvaged due to high water damage. We seen it occur after Katrina hit the south and Sandy up north.I read a report this morning that it is estimated that over 500,000 cars will be destroyed due to flood damage in the Houston area.
Educate me. What is D Link and how does it work? :cheers:however, providing power stays on, our internet stays up. With my D-Link camera's operation, the camera takes a photo each morning of my thermometer setup and emails the photo to me. (See below for a photo I just snapped of the camera setup.) This emailed photo gives me a daily reference of the condo temp, thus if a problem is detected, the service company can be called.