Cutting the cord and prepping for storms


Couple of things for your consideration today.  There’s a storm brewing in the Gulf of Mexico, and when storms come ashore, cable goes down, limiting you to your mobile device to keep up with everything.

First, consider accessing the Severe Weather Trax app.  It is a free mobile solution that requires NO download and NO installation.  The app works on Android, iPhones, laptop computers, and even Blackberry.  Just click here, and follow the prompts.  If you want to read about it here, and access it on your mobile device, the link is https://bit.ly/wxtrax It will be constantly updated during this storm and any future storms as well.

Second, when a storm hits, and cable lines are blown down, you can still most likely access the Internet via your mobile device and cellular provider.  You may want to consider taking this opportunity to check out a cable cutting streaming service called 1SourceTV.  I have been using this service for six months.  It offers a full fledged, no holds barred, 3 day FREE trial, and you DO NOT have to enter a credit card to access it.  At the end of 3 days, you can sign up for $30 USD per month, with no contract.  You go month to month.  Over 400 channels, including ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC, PBS, WeatherNation, and more sports and entertainment channels than you can shake a stick at.  AND, you get FOUR passcodes, so you can use it on FOUR devices at once.  All for $30 USD.

PLUS, you get a sizable (and I use that term so as not to limit or over state the amount) amount of TV Shows (current and past) that you can watch on demand, and movies.  All in HD.

The services works on Android, iPhone, Mac laptops, Windows, and Amazon FireTV stick.  It works in any country with high speed internet connectivity.   Just sign up by clicking here, download the app for your preferred device, get the passcodes from your email, and soup’s on!!

So to wrap things up, if you or your friends are in the potential path of Hurricane Micheal, please share this link with them to access our Severe Weather Trax app, and also share with them the link to cut the cord and still be able to keep up with the storm this week., https://www.1sourcetv.com/#wp180 

Thanks, and as always, your feedback is appreciated.

 

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National Cheeseburger Day 2018: Get free food and discounts Tuesday


So today is Tuesday.  Or is it?  Actually, it’s Tuesday AND it’s National Cheeseburger Day!  Now who doesn’t like a good, thick, juicy cheeseburger?  Hey, I’m not leaving out vegans.  I bet there are vegan cheeseburgers too.  So do yourself a favor and check out the link below to find out all about great deals on cheeseburgers across the country.  You might even find a freebie or two in the list.

So share this with other, and be sure to use the comment section to share a note that let’s the world know how YOU like YOUR cheeseburger!!  Until then, give a listen to the great American poet/songwriter Jimmy Buffett and his big hit “Cheeseburger in Paradise”

Source: National Cheeseburger Day 2018: Get free food and discounts Tuesday

VERIFY before you SHARIFY


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Any time there is an emergency event, rumors start running rampant.  While you never knew if the written word was true or not, you would probably give an image the benefit of the doubt, since you could see it with your own two eyes.  But with modern technology and Photoshop or GIMP, you might not be seeing what you think you are seeing.  Which is why FEMA set up a Florence Rumor Control page.  They will be making sure any false rumors that may be circulating will be stopped.

You can access our FREE Severe WX Trax app by tapping here.  We supply a one stop consolidated site with links to OFFICIAL local, state and national government media sites and social media feeds. And NO DOWNLOAD or INSTALLATION is needed.

So #TapOrApp to access it on your mobile device or home computer, and share the app with anyone who is in harm’s way or has loved ones who are.

And remember…VERIFY before you SHARIFY!

Source: Hurricane Florence Rumor Control | FEMA.gov