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Nightime Security Lighting in Alleys - ots of opinons....
posted by Mike on September 14th, 2009 9:10 AM
I agree with Meg and Austin's post. I would also add that if everyone left their alley lights on, then I will have to keep my blackout blinds completely shut. I kind of like leaving them slightly open so the morning sun lights up the room and lets me know its time to start a new day. Our neighbor use to keep their alley light on and it would just light up our bedroom.I have not slept with a night light in over three decades and do not want to start now.Mike
If this isn't nice, I don't know what is
posted by Siebrise on June 1st, 2009 11:55 AM
I am resurrecting this string because some have pointed out in other strings that they are tired of all the complaining on this forum in general, and I recall meg_and_austin's initial post here most when basking in the joy of Mueller and thinking about the amazing luck that has allowed my household to come here. I'll be first to admit that I am as guilty as any of negativity here. It's easy to post a problem, hoping to warn others or to find a solution or simply to vent, and petty issues seem easiest to complain about. I plead guilty. Sorry. Whenever I have something good to say (which is actually most of the time), I usually don't post, because others have already made the positive comments better than I could, and I didn't want to clog up forum strings and people's e-mail inboxes with infinite postings of "Yes. We, too, love that about Mueller!" So, let me go on record here (and all of this is meant in earnest): (1) We love Mueller! We are so incredibly lucky to be here, to be mostly healthy, to be so close to so much that is so cool. Most, it's wonderful to live among so many genuinely friendly people. (2) I've learned a lot from the posts on this forum. I'm trying to be more altruistic and am learning from many of y'all. Please keep teaching me. (The other half of the Siebrise household continues to teach me as well.) (3) Yes, yes, yes! If this isn't nice, I don't know what is. Thank you, Mueller residents and Austin.
DOGS
posted by Rod on May 28th, 2009 6:06 PM
quote://DOGSby meg_and_austin on May 20th, 2009Nicely put, JAGSAT. And good for you for speaking up.The bottom line is this: it doesn't matter how much you love dogs, and it doesn't matter how well-behaved you think your dog might be, you're required by law to have your dog on a leash. Period.- Austin//Elaine, Just wondering if you saw this post a few above your own? If so, is there something I am missing about the sentence containing the phrase "...you're required by law to have your dog on a leash. Period."I find it a bit hard to believe that dogs running loose in/near the East lake are not meaning that a fair fraction of the waterfowl is departing from the lake during that time period--just to note one factor to possibly take into consideration. I kind of like to sit and watch the great blue heron perch there, for example, and every once in a while he/she (I wonder how one knows which??) will take a few wingbeats, and fly to another perch on the perimeter of the lake. --Rod
First-time homebuyer tax credit
posted by langhugh on February 6th, 2009 12:44 PM
Everything with regards to the stimulus bill is VERY FLUID, and only if/when it passes, will it be worth detailing. The article Meg_and_Austin posted is about the Senate's bill, and here is one (of probably many) amendments on the House side for the housing component introduced this morning: Introduced this morning…an amendment:
Ethernet ing
posted by Kevin Ludlow on December 10th, 2008 3:33 PM
This might just be semantics, but for the technical record, you'd likely NOT want more than one router.What you'd actually want is a switch/hub for plug into your router (and yes, you can daisy chain those too). A switch is basically like a giant wire splitter whereas a router actually has the capacity to create a localized network (this is where you see the IP addresses typically of 192.168.1.x).You'll find switches have many more ports on them and are much cheaper than routers.
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