Speed tests are on the left. My shinny new A50 did the worst it seems. The PC was wired so it went blazing fast. The old S7 did darn good. I got to say the installation was a nightmare. They want you to set it all you yourself and there is no documentation. There is a shinny app you can waste memory with or enter the IP to get it set up - either will work. If you want the app, use it from the start, don't try and use it after use used the browser to set up the gateway. First off the lettering on the bottom of the modem is not friendly to my eyes. The other thing is, there is a vast amount of information on the bottom, so it was hard to pick out. Being the cable was too short to pick it up to eye level, I had to take a photo to see the password and so on. This was problematic as where I have it is low to the ground and I'm disabled and it hurt me a lot to squat down to do that. If I had thought of it - I'd have just written it all down when I took it out of the box
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My Grandma if one of them and it's in Regina, that's all I know. My Dad, 1960's North Batleford. Mom and her Sister. 1970's. Location not know. My cousin, near Yourton, Saskatchewan. 1950's When I saw the place in the 1970's none of those plants where still there. Never found out who these people are, just know they where relatives. I think this is my Mother, and I think it's in North Battleford. Would be the 50's or 60's. My cousins, Their Parents and someone I don't know. 1950's This is my Grandma, 1940's Mom and Me, late 1960's or early 1970's. I thought I never owned slippers and obviously I did. Cousins - no idea when it was taken. An Uncle, and Aunt and my Aunt's friend (1940's I think). An aunt as a baby. My Dad Cousins, early 1970's A cousin as a baby.
1. If someone wanted to really understand you, what would they read, watch, or listen to? Listen to Cary on Wayward Son by Kansas. 2. Have you ever found a writer who thinks just like you? If so, who? No. 3. List your fandoms and one character from each that you identify with. Doctor who, Captain Jack. 4. Do you like your name? Is there another name you think would fit you better? I like my name. 5. Do you think of yourself as a human being or a human doing? Do you identify yourself by the things you do? Human being. I do not define myself by that I do. 6. Are you religious/spiritual? Spiritual. I don't agree with organized religion at all. 7. Do you care about your ethnicity? No not at all. 8. What musical artists have you most felt connected to over your lifetime? The band Kansas. 9. Are you an artist? Yes. 10. Do you have a creed? Yes, do what you can for others. 11. Describe your ideal day. A good breakfast, a walk in the park and coffee with friends, ending with a nice dinner
A populated rich one level dungeon. Alter to your needs and/or system of play at will. Free to use or spread. Room #1: Door (south, 1 from west): wooden, good, free Features: spike bookcase recess Trap: spell (Levitate) (Find/Disable DC 25) Room #2: Door (east, 5 from north): iron, locked Door (west, 2 from north): wooden, good, locked Door (south, 3 from west): wooden, strong, stuck Door (north, 1 from west): iron, locked Features: equipment (usable) paper anvil bench table (small) Room #3: Door (west, 3 from north): wooden, simple, stuck Door (east, 1 from north): stone, stuck Door (north, 4 from west): wooden, simple, stuck Door (south, 3 from west): stone, free Features: runes bloodstain scattered stones lamp cage recess bookcase manacles Room #4: Door (north, 4 from west): wooden, simple, stuck Door (south, 1 from west): (concealed) illusory wall Features: words (scrawled) bellows bones (nonhumanoid) flask pedestal gong fountain Room #5: Door (west, 2 from north): wo
I do jigsaw puzzles to try and keep my brain active. I do a few a week normally but some days I'll do 3 or 4 in one day. Normally I take about 30 minutes for one like these two, so I was slow that day. I use Jigsaw Galore to do them and I enjoy the program a lot. I have 1300+ puzzles on the hard drive and saved in my backups, so I'll be doing them for years to come. The program came with some and there where a bunch of free ones on the site, but most are my own photos or ones I got from the internet (most my own). You can set it to rotate pieces as well to make it more of a challenge. The program does 4 to 64,000 pieces per image. It is available for Windows and Mac.