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08-13-2020, 07:18 AM - 2 Likes   #79996
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QuoteOriginally posted by Racer X 69 Quote
Got an e-mail from the Google Plus Profile Litigation class action people.

Seems I am part of a class.

And if I submit a claim before October 8, 2020, I get $12.
I got the same email but didn't file.

QuoteOriginally posted by MarkJerling Quote
I bet you the lawyer got more than $12. Probably more than $17.99 too.
From the email:

"How will the lawyers be paid?
The attorneys representing the Settlement Class have not yet received any payment for their legal services or any reimbursement of the costs or out-of-pocket expenses they have incurred. Class Counsel plans to ask the Court to award attorneys’ fees from the Settlement Fund not to exceed $1,875,000 which is 25% of the Settlement Fund, and reimbursement of costs and expenses in the approximate amount of $200,000."

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So my son and I are off to Algonquin park for four days of Mother Nature's beauty and wonders. Heading into Catfish lake from Brent.

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See ya all next week!
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So my son and I are off to Algonquin park for four days of Mother Nature's beauty and wonders. Heading into Catfish lake from Brent.

Google Maps

See ya all next week!
I just got back from Catfish....




My grand daughter doing a gymnastics routine on the Alligator relic.


Enjoy Unicorn hill.
Say "hi" to my little buddy.


P.S. there are 5 bears sited on the Unicorn Hill portage, a mom and three cubs and one travelling on it's own, Tess saw all of them, I didn't see any, luck of the draw I guess. All were non-aggressive.

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Nice trip!

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Is this 80k?
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Is this 80k?
Yep, apparently it was indeed number 80K
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So my son and I are off to Algonquin park for four days of Mother Nature's beauty and wonders. Heading into Catfish lake from Brent.

Google Maps

See ya all next week!
Finally. Might get some peace and quiet around here without that boisterous Charlie bloke.
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I just got back from Catfish....




My grand daughter doing a gymnastics routine on the Alligator relic.


Enjoy Unicorn hill.
Say "hi" to my little buddy.


P.S. there are 5 bears sited on the Unicorn Hill portage, a mom and three cubs and one travelling on it's own, Tess saw all of them, I didn't see any, luck of the draw I guess. All were non-aggressive.

Nice Norm, I just did a relaxed five day trip with some good friends down Slocan lake a few weeks back. First time I really put the 18-135 to the test, being all I brought .Worked great - even got some amazing portraits, and I'm really not someone to take those. I wish I could share some, but I'm not going to as I don't have their permission. Maybe some of the more landscapey shots - but then my internet is pretty much nonexistent. Here's a typical speedtest result these days:

Code:
$ speedtest
Retrieving speedtest.net configuration...
Cannot retrieve speedtest configuration
ERROR: timed out
Okay... it's not always that bad. I hit 0.02Mbps this afternoon

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Is this 80k?
QuoteOriginally posted by RoxnDox Quote
Yep, apparently it was indeed number 80K
You seem to have a knack for popping in at just the right moment Jim.
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- but then my internet is pretty much nonexistent. Here's a typical speedtest result these days:

Code:
$ speedtest
Retrieving speedtest.net configuration...
Cannot retrieve speedtest configuration
ERROR: timed out
Okay... it's not always that bad. I hit 0.02Mbps this afternoon
My internet connection has been choked down lately too.

Must be a secret conspiracy or something.
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...Class Counsel plans to ask the Court to award attorneys’ fees from the Settlement Fund not to exceed $1,875,000 which is 25% of the Settlement Fund, and reimbursement of costs and expenses in the approximate amount of $200,000."
And there, folks, is why they have these cases.
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And there, folks, is why they have these cases.
Those vermin gotta pay for the sharkskin suit and a Porsche somehow.
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So my son and I are off to Algonquin park for four days of Mother Nature's beauty and wonders. Heading into Catfish lake from Brent.



Google Maps

See ya all next week!
Charlie, you and the boy have been eating way too many of those Cliff bars. You look a bit purple, and the boy is turning blue. And what the heck happened to your arms and legs?

Sheesh!
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I just got back from Catfish....




My grand daughter doing a gymnastics routine on the Alligator relic.


Enjoy Unicorn hill.
Say "hi" to my little buddy.


P.S. there are 5 bears sited on the Unicorn Hill portage, a mom and three cubs and one travelling on it's own, Tess saw all of them, I didn't see any, luck of the draw I guess. All were non-aggressive.
Nice one Norm. What is the "Alligator relic"?
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Nice one Norm. What is the "Alligator relic"?
This is an Alligator. It's an amphibious boat that could haul logs over both land and water. They were steam powered and the boiler, drive shaft, gears and metal frame of the paddle wheels which could also propel the boat on land is what you're looking at. There's one across the bay from where I live in the same condition as the relic. They became obsolete when trucks became big enough and powerful enough to haul logs out of the bush.

Here's one that is still intact.

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