Sounds as cute and no-brain as the above bun-bun, right?
If you want to ship something non-express or non-priority through the U.S. Postal Service, and you want to print your labels online, then you can’t use the USPS website. But, you can use Paypal!
Hold on to your carrots and click on to find out!Contact
Located in downtown Sheridan, Wyoming, the Fulmer Public Library is a great place to get free wifi, use the library computers, check out a book on the history of the western states of America, and rent DVDs about local history, such as the Bozeman Trail.
Hold on to your cowboy hat!
Jessie Williams and Edge of Urge have done it again: Unleashed my inner Pocahontas and Punky Brewster, all in one glorious rainbow.
These soft, lightweight flashy leather earrings have a metallic sheen and a velvety red part. You can go to Edge of Urge and click on Jessie’s designs to get to the page where they sell these bad ladies here.
Or, you can just become really good friends with Jessie and she’ll send you some for your birthday (hint: she likes beer, ice cream, and boys that wear mascara).Written by lauren - Contact
Experian Terrible and Awesome at the Same Time (or, How to Reach a Real Human in the Age of Telephone Automation)
I had some trouble with my credit due to someone else’s social security number being on my credit report. Don’t worry folks, I’m fine, it’s just my financial spirit that took a beating. I’d like to outline to you here what went wrong, and how I dealt with the credit bureau. I have to type up this report for my records anyways!
(Above artwork by Dan Perjovschi — one of my favorites from the Venice Biennale 2007. More on him later).
Read along if you’re struggling to deal with Experian.Contact
WalkScore.com’s website provides a service to those people who apparently don’t get out of their car enough to realize that they can walk (or not, if you live in certain areas) to lots of places for daily goods and services.
I like this website, namely because I’m about to move and thinking about a new city and where we can get the things we’re used to here in Polish Hill (which scored a 77 out of 100, btw): A fresh bread bakery, a good bar, a fish deli, an italian deli, an italian cafe, a great diner, a wholesale restaurant dealer, a classic 1920’s ice cream shop, a fabulous deli restaurant, several paint stores, a convenience store, several large parks, a city pool, a church, asian food markets, masseuse, yoga studios, a stipper club (I think — never been to Bare Elegance), and some cool boutiques/stores — and we don’t even live in one of the sanctioned ‘cool’ areas of Pittsburgh.