“Mommy! Look at that man with the funny neck!”
Drove my mom to hear music from the core strings of the Richmond Symphony, we sat close up. She was transcendentally happy.
I wonder if the homeowner could request help to daylight this stream?
Welcome to Philips Chat, you’re chatting with Sarah. How may I help you?
Sarah: Hello William!
Sarah: How may I assist you?
William : Sarah, I want to buy a part for as Norelco razor, it is the bracket to which the shaver head attaches
Sarah: I’ll be glad to assist you with this.
Sarah: May I know the model number of your shaver?
Sarah: You will find model number at the back of the razor.
William : I have been on the philipsparts.fox-international.com website, that site didn’t like the model numbers which I provided
William : but, I’ll try again
Sarah: I’m sorry for the inconvenience that caused to you.
Sarah: I appreciate your cooperation in this issue.
William : 8240 XL/A sn#510182020 Head HQ Q, tried calling the 800-243-3050 number. This one is not old, it is a tiny little plastic piece, the battery is still good, I recently replaced the heads, I don’t like throwing things away that still have plenty of service life
William : HQ 9
Sarah: Thank you very much for the information.
William : I have a photo of the broken part, it is the part that the shaver head connects to, hinges to
Sarah: Please give me couple of minutes while I look into this for you.
Sarah: Thanks for waiting.
Sarah: I appreciate your patience.
William : my pleasure
Sarah: William, I tried checking at our fox international website but I’m unable to find part for you. However, I have found the required part on Amazon site.
Sarah: Please visit the following link:
Sarah: Please check if you are referring to the sam part.
William : Hey Sarah. I am looking for the part that the head-holder (links you sent) mounts to. It is a plastic part of the same general shape which is mounted to the body of the razor with two screws. I can send a picture.
Sarah: Would you be able to send me a weblink of that part?
William : oh, I can put it up on my blog, just a moment
William : http://billemory.com/blog/2013/04/27/norelco-parts-search/
Sarah: Thank you.
Sarah: Let me check that for you.
Sarah: I will be right back.
William : so, you can see, in between the eyes and the mouth the two beveled places laterally where the screws go to mount unit to the body of razor. And up top, the horizontal slot what accepts the shaver head
Sarah: Thanks for waiting.
Sarah: William, I tried searching but I’m unable to find part for you.
Sarah: I apologize for any inconvenience caused to you.
Sarah: In this case, you can also contact our Order Desk team on 1-800-370-6369 to know the availability of the part.
Sarah: They are available from They are available: Monday – Friday 8:30 am – 5:00 pm EST
Saturday 9:00 am – 5:30 pm EST
or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
William : OK. I appreciate the options. I will try e-mailing our conversation to the sales folk and also crowd sourcing, asking the Internet, see if anyone in Internet land knows. Best regards and thanks for your help.
Charlottesville Area Tree Stewards coordinated with City schools, had five stations set up in Riverview Park, doing art, planting trees (19+), learning arboreal things.
Charlottesville Parks and Recreation planted a large diameter platanus occidentalis in Quarry Park, Girl Scouts planted five saplings, Charlottesville Area Tree Stewards unveiled a plaque designating the big Sycamore in the background as a landmark tree. Virginia Department of Forestry recognized Charlottesville as a “Tree City” for the 7th year running. Tree Commission boss and former CHO mayor Elizabeth Waters on hand as well as Councilor Kathy Galvin.
CITY OF CHARLOTTESVILLE PROCLAMATION ARBOR DAY
WHEREAS, in 1872, J. Sterling Morton proposed to the Nebraska Board of Agriculture that a special day be set aside for the planting of trees; and
WHEREAS, this holiday, called Arbor Day, was first observed with the planting of more than a million trees in Nebraska; and
WHEREAS, Arbor Day is now observed throughout the nation and the world; and
WHEREAS, trees can reduce the erosion of our precious topsoil by wind and water, cut heating and cooling costs, moderate the
temperature, clean the air, produce life-giving oxygen, and provide habitat for wildlife; and
WHEREAS, trees are a renewable resource giving us paper, wood for our homes, fuel for our fires, and beautify our community; and
WHEREAS, trees in our city increase property values, enhance the economic vitality of business areas, and beautify our community; and
WHEREAS, trees, wherever they are planted, are a source of joy and spiritual renewal;
NOW, THEREFORE, I, Satyendra Singh Huja, Mayor of the City of Charlottesville, Virginia, do hereby proclaim April 26, 2013 as
ARBOR DAY in the City of Charlottesville, and I urge all citizens to celebrate Arbor Day and to support efforts to protect our trees and woodlands; and
FURTHER, I urge all citizens to plant trees to gladden the heart and promote the well-being of this and future generations.
Signed and sealed this I5th day of April, 2013.
Satyendra Singh Huja
This part of the world supports giant trees though the trend is toward cloned runts, patented biology, mini-trees. You’ve heard the slogan “right tree right place”. If you are a big, long lived native tree, back of the bus, off the bus, get on down the road. Git!
Influence your surroundings. Right infrastructure in the right place. Plant a giant. It will outlast you and the transmission lines.
That I may not denigrate foreign beliefs and may not poke fun at my own faith. The Gods look with grace upon those who plant trees along roads, in homesteads, at holy places, at crossroads, and by houses. If you wed, plant a wedding tree. If a child is born, plant a tree. If someone beloved dies, plant a tree for the Vėlė (shade of the deceased). At all holidays, during all important events, visit trees. Prayers will attain holiness through trees of thanks. So may it be!–Lithuanian Prayer
The purpose of this report is to help to establish guidelines and a strong basis for a street tree planting master program for the city of Charlottesville .
Most people in Charlottesville recognize the value of trees in the cityscape, and the fact that much of the existing beauty and character of this city is due to its mature trees. As the city has grown, however, this aspect of its growth has been neglected…We therefore feel that the solution to the problem is within reach at this point, and we are convinced that now is the time to act to correct the problem where it already exists, and to reverse the trend in future development before it becomes too extensive and costly.–excerpt from the introduction of the Guidelines For A Street Tree Planting Master Program For Charlottesville Virginia (1975)
The word comes from the Greek sphygmós (pulse), plus the scientific term manometer (pressure meter). The device was invented by Samuel Siegfried Karl Ritter von Basch in 1881. Scipione Riva-Rocci introduced a more easily used version in 1896. In 1901, Harvey Cushing modernized the device and popularized it within the medical community.–Wikipedia
We have a “dogwood festival parade” in Charlottesville. I love a parade. People in the street. Music.
A communal celebration, in the daylight. The nearest we get in the Old Dominion to a second line.
Charlottesville High School band
Bring you flag, your dog, your children your vehicle
I saw a former work colleague getting ready with the lion suit. Woody has been a Lion’s Club member for 32 years.
Great anticipation rules. Wearing the tiara.
A perfect day for a parade, cool temperatures, California quality light.
The main excitement was some vapor and engine noise from a biking contingent. Alas, breaking traction is frowned upon in the Old Dominion.
The Bald Eagle is an opportunistic feeder which subsists mainly on fish, which it swoops down and snatches from the water with its talons. It builds the largest nest of any North American bird and the largest tree nests ever recorded for any animal species, up to 4 meters (13 ft) deep, 2.5 meters (8.2 ft) wide, and one metric ton (1.1 tons) in weight.–Wikipedia