Wow. It is true. I happened to see this ‘post’, on my Google News feed earlier today. When I was next in front of the TV I tried it out. Yes, they are free. STRANGE. Couldn’t find a Christmas theme. Closest was a ‘White Winter’. So, have that now. See below. Enjoy.
Search on ‘Roku’.
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Attribution WILL be enforced.
I do NOT use sunscreen, but I know how important it is to others. This is great, especially for the kids. Not sure what the deal is. Appears that it is sponsored by a ‘foundation’. Not sure whether we will see these in Central New Hampshire, but it is a great idea and needs to be applauded.
Bravo & Kudos.
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They are FREE, one per customer, but you have to pay $3.99 shipping — from “Heart Rate Monitors USA“.
But they sent me one FREE-FREE when I order my Garmin Fenix 5 from them. We have had a lot of dealings since November so they know me well.
The T-shirt came today, USPS, whereas the Fenix 5 was delivered by UPS on Friday.
Nice quality T-shirt.
You should get one even if you have to pay the $3.99 shipping.
This coming Saturday, April 21, 2018, is one of JUST 4 “Free Entrance Days” at the U.S. National Parks.
Entrance prices have gone up this year, $5 at Acadia National Park.
They have cut back drastically on these FREE days.
A few years back it used to be a COMPLETE WEEK in April. We know. We went to the Grand Canyon that year!
April 21, 2018, is the first day of the New Hampshire April school vacation. So, this could work out.
One-day FREE doesn’t normally get you much since ideally you would want to visit a Park for at least a couple of day.
But, hey … it is FREE.
Not of great interest to us. Between us we have TWO (2) Lifetime entrance passes to all Parks! We only need one, but, in a fit of generosity, I bought one just to give some money to the Parks I love!
This has me concerned.
I know and appreciate that Amazon knows EVERYTHING about me including that I rarely wear underwear.
They also know that I have been a dynamite, extremely reliable and loyal customer for nearly 20-years.
So, when they send me $70 of “Brain Octane Oil“, for FREE, unasked (never mind unsolicited), it gets me WORRIED.
What have they detected in my keystrokes? That I am not as decisive as I once was? That it takes me longer to place an order.
YIKES! I haven’t, as far as I know, screwed up TOO MUCH of late, i.e., returned stuff.
But, obviously they know something.
They also sent a small bottle of some blood pressure medication. This is bad.
I am worried.
What do YOU think I should do.
NO. NO. N000000000! I have not tried it yet, though somebody else did.
Having spent 64 years making sure not to mess my brain I am not sure I am going to try anything now — especially as my brain is entitled to its slow decline. I never did drugs because I did not want anything interfering with my brain. So, why would I try this?
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Check Category ‘books’.