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As with the “Nelson Mandela Capture Site Museum” that I talked about yesterday, I saw references to “Nelson Mandela Bay” while watching cricket from South Africa, on Willow TV (on my Roku 3). That name appeared as a logo on some of the ‘painted-on-the-grass’ ads that are now part-and-parcel of cricket grounds.
Every Time I saw it, I was reminded of the ‘Mandalay Bay‘ hotel in Las Vegas. So, I thought that it must be a fancy resort and wondered what it took to get his name. I did, however, make a mental note that I was going to look it up — when I had the time.
I did so yesterday.
Established in 2001. Wow. A population of 1.2 million. This SO GREAT. I am so proud and happy.
I wanted to make sure that I shared this with you. Take a look. There are good things happenings all around the World.
Bulova’s New ‘TurnStyle’ Watches, With The Rotating ‘Diamond’ Segments, Look Too Gaudy To Be Classy.
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Since I have a partiality for nice watches I do look at their e-mails just to see what is happening in the market.
This new ‘TurnStyle’ collection did not impress me much. Way too gaudy to be classy. But, that is just my opinion.
Garmin has told some users that they will be releasing a new Firmware update, March 19, 2018, that fixes at least some of these bugs.
So, this is a heads up.
March 19, is Monday. If you have a Forerunner 645(M) you should connect it to Garmin Express sometime Monday evening and see if you can get the new Firmware downloaded.
I happen to see a commercial for this “Nelson Mandela Capture Site Museum“, on Willow TV (on my Roku 3), last week while watching (intently) the South Africa vs Australia 2nd Test Match (that SA, to my relief, won).
I was intrigued. I went back and watched the commercial a number of times.
LOVE the huge metal sculpture. Wow. So clever and so realistic. BRAVO.
I, as some of you already know, am a HUGE fan of Nelson. So, this was right up my alley. IF I ever make it to South Africa I would, of course, make a point of visiting this.
I just wanted to share with YOU since I am not sure that the existence of this great museum is that well known.
Funny that. I had wondered as to the exact technical reasons for that flatness a number of times, over the years — though I knew enough about planes to know that it had to do with ground clearance.
So, I clicked on it just to see where it would lead me. It was actually quite interesting. So much so that I checked this guy’s other videos. You might want to do the same.