LindaH

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  1. Has anyone tried to buy Disconnect from the Mashable site -- and been successful? I purchased it on Saturday and received a Confirmation email. The email was blank, but the Subject line had the Confirmation number. I did not receive any download link. Despite emailing them three times about the situation, I never heard anything back, so this afternoon, I put in a dispute with my credit card company. Seems like Mashable is a scam site?
  2. (Didn't see Jack's post before I replied.) Just an FYI -- "Moderators" don't have the power to ban anyone or put anyone on moderated status. Only an ADMINISTRATOR can do that. As far as I am aware, the Administrator(s) don't regularly read these forums. They come here in response to a Report (again, as far as I am aware). Just wanted to clear this up because several people have mentioned the term "moderator" and, as noted, we don't have that power.
  3. Thanks! I think I'll go ahead and get it.
  4. Anyone familiar with Disconnect? http://mashable.com/2017/06/13/how-to-stay-anonymous-online/#_fHmHI41gmqS The $49 sale price for a lifetime subscription looks like a good deal, but I don't know anything about it (or much about VPN's for that matter). I'm not really interested in paying a monthly fee for a VPN.
  5. Great article! Thanks for posting.
  6. I love T-Mobile's prices! Unfortunately, for where we travel, they simply don't yet have the coverage we need. If you're thinking of going with T-Mobile, I'd suggest taking a look at their coverage map for the areas where you travel the most. Having no coverage for a day or two as you travel is one thing; not having coverage in the places you stay for a week or more would be the pits!
  7. We have two Verizon phones (android) and a Verizon tablet (not an iPad) each of which can be used as a hotspot. We're on Verizon's unlimited plan, so we have a total of 30GB hotspot useage (10GB for each device), and 66GB data (22GB per device). I see no reason why you can't use your iPad as a hotspot.
  8. I hope you'll be in the Yellowstone area well before or well after August 21, the date of the total solar eclipse! While Yellowstone itself isn't in the path, Grand Tetons NP is, so the area is certain to be packed with people!
  9. The OP is talking about US-93 and US-95 in Nevada. Although s/he didn't use the designator "US," s/he did mention Nevada. We drive both every year...one down to AZ in the winter, the other north in the spring. Both are good roads; in fact, most of the paved roads in NV are good. BTW, as I mentioned above, these are US highways, not Interstates.
  10. No. And we pretty much exclusively boondock.
  11. Personally, I would not buy an RV without a complete bathroom. Of course, we boondock where there are no facilities (and it would have to be a dire emergency for me to use an outhouse!). Even on the rare occasions when we're in an RV park with bathroom facilities, we use our own.
  12. Partly because the HDT forum has been around much longer, while the Class C forum, Fifth Wheel forum, etc., just started up sometime last year (or the year before...I forget exactly when).
  13. We also haven't bought an RV campground directory in years, mostly because we spend our time boondocking, not in RV parks. But when we did, we used both. I actually liked the Woodall's regional directories the best (the Western edition) because they were much smaller than the Trailer Life one. However, both of those directories have now merged and have become the Good Sam RV Travel & Savings Guide. As far as I know, they no longer publish any regional directories.
  14. When we were shopping for insurance for the RV in my signature, one insurance company told me that their Total Loss Replacement coverage was only for 18 months, not 5 years. Obviously, we didn't go with them!
  15. You can have the inspection done at any place in the state. Polk county does not have emissions testing like, I assume, Tarrant county does, but that doesn't mean you can't have your inspection done in Tarrant county...or any other place in the state.