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Morning Lineup – February 15

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Saturday – Changes Are a’Comin’

We will start off the morning by letting you know that the Comments feature has been restored to the website.  When we switched over to our new blog family, First Arriving Network, our blog platform began undergoing a complete overhaul and upgrading to bring us into the digital future.

We already told you about our layout change to accommodate the rapidly-growing portable device segment that so many people are converting to these days.  Coming up within the next week or so there will be many more changes  implemented that are currently being constructed.

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I am excited about it and am anticipating a “great leap forward” year for our website as well as all the others, many that you are already familiar with, that are joining in this new fire/ems blog community.

So now you know, Comments are open once again.  So get out there and start commenting!

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Saturdays are usually “car day” at Firegeezer, so this is a good time to direct you to a fun article posted in the e-zine Mental Floss titled “11 Features You No Longer See in Cars.”  They are listing things like side-window wing vents (I truly miss those!) but with a little thought you can probably add to the list.  You know, things like a separate key for the trunk or an ammeter for the battery.

Check out the ARTICLE HERE and have some fun.

Now let’s have some real fun and get this equipment checked out.  The Bunn-O-Matic is still seen everywhere, thank goodness, so I’ll get another pot started.  See you back in the day room in a few minutes.

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Comments - Add Yours

  • B.Morgan

    Glad things are up and running again.Last couple of days had some unusual stuff show up on your site. And something you will not see on todays cars are a three speed manual shift on the steering column.

    • firegeezer

      Good to see you back, Ben. I think there are still more good things coming soon, too.
      How about those windshield cowell vents that you reached under the dashboard and pushed a rocker arm to open?