Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade: Mr. R. McDonald.
A Cruel Joke.
Me: Happy Birthday! Are you already on the train back home?
Boss: Yup, left a little early today.
Me: That’s too bad. We got you something and it’s on your desk. I guess you’ll just have to get it next week.
Boss: Is it the iPhone4? If so, I’ll get off at the next stop and catch the next train back into the city.
Me: Actually… (sends attached image)
Me: Sorry, that was a cruel joke. Still had my box so I thought I’d mess with you.
Boss: You are a cruel jokester. (In his head: …and you’re lucky you still have a job)
Rainy night at Yankees Stadium. Let’s make this worth it, Yankees. I’d like to go home with a happy boyfriend tonight. Thanks, love Jess
No victory, but a great game. And I owe one to Jess for roughing it with me through the cold and the rain!
Recently, my 2003 Honda Civic’s battery died. The nice gentleman at the gas station replaced it for me; however, when I got back in my car, the radio was asking me for a code. Everything I tried gave me an error message.
I looked in the car’s manual, and it said something like “If the battery was recently disconnected or went dead, the system’s readiness codes will be reset. In order to reset the codes, it may take several days of driving under various conditions for the codes to be reset.”
So off I went, driving in silence with no radio and no CD player hoping that my driving under “various conditions” would reset the codes. I even searched online multiple times to see if anyone else experienced this problem, but was not able to find the solution.
I called my dealer a couple of days later and as it turns out, the fix is SIMPLE. If you have this problem, here is how to solve it. I hope that this blog post will soon be at the top of the search results for people who try to find a solution to this issue.
Here’s what you do:
- Open your glove compartment.
- Look on the side of the glove compartment on the driver’s side and you should see a little white sticker.
- There are two numbers there…locate the one that is 5 digits
- Enter that number into your radio using the 6 number buttons underneath the time and…
If you can’t find this sticker, the number should also have been on the paperwork given to you with your vehicle.
Lastly, if neither of the above work, try calling your dealer. They will give you an 800 number to call and they can look up your radio code using your VIN (vehicle identification number).
That is all. I hope this post helps someone one day.
Panoramic view at last night’s Yankee game. Taken with my iPhone and stitched together with Photoshop.
Snyder’s Pretzels, which has been in existence since 1909, has attempted to “get with the times” with the launch of their new pretzel product, the Apple iPads. No longer called “Snaps,” Snyder’s believes the re-branding will cause its pretzels to appeal to a younger, more technology-focused audience.