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Black Dodge Pickup
posted by Hellojustice on July 26th, 2012 6:54 PM
There is a black Dodge Pickup with a black bed cover, license plate AG4 2726 that has been parked in front of my house on Tom Miller for a couple of weeks. The truck has a dealer from Waco stenciled on the back. Do anyone know the owner?
Chevy Volt
posted by Ashley on February 9th, 2012 12:57 PM
For any of those Pecan Street Volunteers that are shopping for your Volt now, thought I would share a couple things I learned in case it is helpful. - Consider looking at dealerships in small towns pretty far from Austin. I worked with a few in Austin, they would come down a bit in price, but not a whole lot, I think there is enough demand for them in Austin that they do not have to budge too much. Then I decided to see if a place in “truck country” would beat the prices and make it worth my drive. They beat all Austin offers by quite a bit – I think they may just want to get the Volts off their lot – ha! I tried to use that offer to negotiate with ones in back town and no one could even come close. I ended up going about two hours away to McGregor, kinda east of Waco. They were super nice, did everything they said they would over email – we negotiated all the details via email before I made the drive. I even negotiated my trade value via email, and they honored the price when I got there, I was worried they might use that as a reason to get me out there, and then try to shortchange me – but they honored it, no problem. - Maybe this is common knowledge, but I also learned to get your trade-in appraised at CarMax. In my case, Car Max offered quite a bit more than any of the dealers did. But when I would ask the dealerships to match CarMax +$500 after offering their low bids, they all agreed easily (maybe that means I should have asked for even more! ha). Good luck everyone! Ashley
Anybody care for a long run in Waco this Sunday?
posted by henningspruth on January 6th, 2012 10:27 AM
Hi Mark,A bunch of 2-8 neighbors normally gets together informally on Saturday mornings for a run. If you go back through this forum thread, you can see the typical times and courses. We normally run 2 to 3 "loops" of different length to allow varying distances. Next Saturday (the 14th) we'll likely be back on schedule; I'll pick the first loop to be around 3 miles, which ought to be about 30min.Henning
Anybody care for a long run in Waco this Sunday?
posted by Mark McAfee on January 6th, 2012 10:11 AM
Hey, Henning, I'm not up for a 20-mile run, but I am interested in a possible running partner. I have been runnning in the mornings for about 30 minutes. I don't know how far that is, or if I can run as fast as you. However, could you please let me know when you normally run? I live at 4017 Camacho Street. Danke. Mark McAfee Email Cell (936) 689-4839
Anybody care for a long run in Waco this Sunday?
posted by henningspruth on January 5th, 2012 4:50 PM
I plan to drive to Waco this Sunday for a as training for the on January 29th. The route is supposed to be very hilly.On the off chance that somebody wants to join in (instead of running 3M that day), please PM me.Henning
Federal Stimulus Bill
posted by jen-eric on February 26th, 2009 4:28 PM
Also the legislature has set up a special House Select Committee on Federal Economic Stabilization Funding that is chaired by Rep. Jim Dunnam from Waco. Lately they have been meeting everyday. You can get info on their meetings at the state legislature's site
Remote Viewing--discussion welcomed
posted by Rod on February 13th, 2009 6:16 PM
"Mental Radio" by Upton Sinclair, Preface by Albert Einstein. Published in 1931, but recently re-issued with some additional commentary. Hal Puthoff is here in Austin, Director of the Institute for Advanced Studies. E.g., . ..which states among other things: "Dr. Hal Puthoff is Director of the Institute for Advanced Studies at Austin. A theoretical/experimental physicist, his research ranges from theoretical studies of gravitation, inertia, cosmology and energy research, to laboratory studies of innovative approaches to energy generation. A graduate of Stanford University in 1967, Dr. Puthoff's professional background spans more than four decades of research at General Electric, Sperry, the National Security Agency, Stanford University, SRI International, and, since 1985, as Director of the Institute for Advanced Studies at Austin. He has published numerous technical papers and a textbook (Fundamentals of Quantum Electronics, Wiley, 1969) on electron-beam devices, lasers and quantum zero-point-energy effects; has patents issued in the laser, communications, and energy fields; and is co-author of Mind Reach: Scientists Look at Psychic Ability, Delacorte Press, 1977, and co-editor of Mind at Large: IEEE Symposia on the Nature of Extrasensory Perception, Hampton Roads Publ. Co., 2002." I'd think that Puthoff might know who remote veiwers are in the area. Lyn Buchanan's short bio of his rather fascinating life to date is shown at: He is from Texas, Waco in particular. He even spent some time in Austin, in the Texas National Guard, as a helicopter pilot. That and other things including about RV are described on his personal web site: It is hard to believe that there are no remote viewers here in Mueller, but as the community grows, probably one will join us as a neighbor. Consider the following experiment. Buchanan describes it in his book "The 7th Sense". I put it in my own words and perhaps describe it at slightly greater length. The 3-ball lottery is shown on TV every evening at 7:30 pm. Balls are numbered for example, from 1-9 and are chosen in sequence so that a 3-digit number results. Bob and Cindy, who have been together for awhile and have a nice rapport, decide to put RV to work to make a little money for eventually sending their children to college and they decide to focus on playing this lottery. Cindy has a very sensitive palette. She connects each number 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9, to a particular food type. 1 is ice cream, 2 potato chip, 3 a certain tomato sauce, etc. She practices for several months by flipping cards numbered 1-9, each evening exactly at 8:00 pm, and whatever the number is that turns up, she eats a bit of the assigned food--thinking intensely about the number on the card and staring at that card while doing so. Also the potato chip is always the same kind, say Pringles. The ice cream is always the same, etc. Bob spends those same 2 months associating ideograms with the numbers 1-9. He practices letting his mind enter the RV state, and he tries to do his practicing at about noon every day, in a quiet place with essentially no distractions. From reading about RV, Bob knows that it has been proven by experienced remote viewers that "reporting back" symbols such as letters or numbers is very difficult. But the hand can "move" when the number is "seen" by RV, to make an ideogram representing that number. In short, such translations seem to be very helpful for allowing RV to work well when it comes to numbers and letters. After 2 months, Bob has practiced the 9 ideograms associated with the numbers 1-9 hundreds of times, and Cindy has "tasted" the numbers 1-9 many times as well. At noon that day, Bob assumes the RV state, and he creates 3 ideograms for the 3 numbers that will show on each ball in the lottery at 7:30 pm on TV that night. It is absolutely imperative that Cindy taste the correct 3 flavors in the correct sequence at 8 pm, after the 3 numbers are announced--irrespective of Bob's prediction. In fact Cindy must, exactly at 8:00 pm each night, taste the correct numbers and should continue doing so until she and Bob decide that they will not pursue this method of putting their children through college any longer. Bob and Cindy eventually choose a method for laying their lottery bets relative to Bob "reading the future" with RV that favor them winning if they "beat the standard odds" for each type of bet they are placing. Do Cindy and Bob consistently beat the odds? If you know about RV, you know the answer! Both their kids graduated from Harvard and are doing just fine. So, is the reason to learn about RV to make lots of money? The best remote viewers have an answer about what RV has meant to them. And I won't tell the punchline here.
Time Warner internet outage on Sunday night
posted by bullcreek on October 29th, 2008 9:59 PM
More on my saga of getting the internet going. When I did my service transfer, I requested the upgrade on TWC to the "turbo" flavor of the tubes (not available where I lived before). As I've said before, the installer had not a clue, and assured me that the cable modem I'd brought from the old place was just fine, that enabling the "turbo" feature was just a setting on the modem. Spent the whole weekend with my connection going like a seesaw; up and down and up and down.Finally told Sunday that, no, the old cable modem couldn't handle the higher speed and would I please come out to south Waco to exchange the modem. Did that, okfine, as of Monday afternoon I'm feeling like a turbo kind of guy.Regarding the On-Q box: I've previously reported that TWC basically bypassed the box (not knowing how to hook it up). On Tuesday, Ranger Security, or whatever they are called now (Guardian?), came out to activate the security system. ***If you have a David Weekley home, these are the guys that know about On-Q!*** They were totally professional. I told them what I wanted (ethernet in three rooms, with internet access), and about an hour later, that's exactly what I had. Cable modem was tucked away in the On-Q box, birds were singing, and all was right with the world.
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