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DanZemke

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About DanZemke

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  • Birthday 01/11/1949

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    Connecticut
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    RVing, photography, snow skiing, fly fishing and computers.

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  1. Someone suggests to those in power that the behavior is not in the best interest of the community. I did.
  2. RV, I may not have been clear. I'm eagerly looking forward to StarLink service. In fact, I ordered one as soon as I could on Feb 8 and my order was accepted the same day. But after using Starlink's land survey app, it appeared that reception would be poor at my house. I canceled my order on Feb 10. My post about Visable was not meant to assert that it could be an alternative to StarLink - it isn't for most folks. It was an attempt to explain why joining a Party makes sense, and suggest a good way to do it.
  3. agesilaus, I too, started Visable at $40 a month. But a few months ago I joined a large "Party" and have been paying $25 a month since, without any downsides that I'm aware of. The members of the Party (including the starter of the Party) do not know anything about the other members. Not phone numbers, email addresses - nothing. IMO, very large Parties have an advantage in that the odds of losing enough members to drop below 4 (the minimum number to owe $25 a month) are low. I chose to join RVmobileInteret's Party because they support Escapees and I assumed they would have a fair
  4. I agree with all of the above responses. IMO, one battery of the type originally installed in your truck is good enough most of the time. The problem for most of us, is that a 10% risk of being unable to start our truck is not acceptable. My 12.7L truck was ordered with 3 batteries and seems to work well for me. Why do you want to use fewer batteries?
  5. Just to clarify, these are Ellipsis Jetpack hotspots. Not the ones most of us have.
  6. I signed up for Visable primarily as a data backup plan, and also ported my existing phone number to it. It's the only voice plan I have. It's hard to beat $25 a month for unlimited voice, text, and data. I signed up about 2 months ago. The default price is $40 a month, if you join a "Party", with 4 or more members, it becomes $25 a month. I chose to join RVmobileInteret's Party because they support Escapees and I assumed they would have a fairly large group, so the odds of the size dropping to a total of 3 or less people seemed remote. Their referal code included in this link:
  7. A Covid-19 vaccine usually does both. Prevents getting the disease most of the time (about 90%), but if you did get it, it's likely to cause far less pain and damage. It may be easier to think of it as: 99+% protection from a bad case of the disease. Few things in life are 100% 🙂
  8. No, it's not from ABC news. It's from an affiliate of ABC news. That means it a private company (not ABC) that pays to air ABC News content. However, this appears to be local story, that was not sourced from ABC. Personally, I'm getting tired of the self promotion and baiting.
  9. It was intended to be a receipt/record - not a wallet card. I've never been asked to prove that I've been Covid-19 vaccinated. Have you?
  10. Hopefully, all will ignore all of the voices. Jay and Kirk are right - time to move on
  11. I think there is a difference between reporting and opinions. Fortunately, everyone can decide for themselves, if these were intended to be, and are, the same message: ‘Scared’ CDC director Dr. Rochelle Walensky warns of ‘impending doom’ CDC director Rochelle Walensky warns of "impending doom" amid COVID-19 spikes P.S. In the same press briefing Walensky said: "I think people want to be done with this.,” adding: “The thing that’s different this time is we actually have it in our power to be done because of the scale of the vaccination.”
  12. The two articles do not read the same to me. They are both reporting on the same briefing, so of course there is a lot of overlap. But the headlines clearly try to convey a different message: ‘Scared’ CDC director Dr. Rochelle Walensky warns of ‘impending doom’ CDC director Rochelle Walensky warns of "impending doom" amid COVID-19 spikes
  13. Good tip - thanks! If you don't want to go to Staples or want an additional backup - take a picture with your phone and keep it for display.
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