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  1. Speaks over 200,000 Translations and 12,000 Travel Phrases in high quality synthesized and recorded speech Includes Japanese, Korean and Mandarin Chinese plus French, German, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Russian, Polish, Portuguese and English Features Roman letters and Asian characters Local/World time clock and databank/User word list Calculator with metric and currency converters Still in it's original box and wrappings. Originally sold for $229.95 The Handicap Foundation is selling this donated item for $55. We guarantee it for 30 days. Email pjbarrett@aol.com to purchase.
  2. This is an older Kindle but works well. It has 27G of storage space for books. It comes complete with leather case and charging cable. The Handicap Foundation will guarantee this Kindle for 30 days. We're selling it for $40. Please email pjbarrett@aol.com to buy.
  3. I have an older I-phone which was donated to the Handicap Foundation. I'm searching for someone who can unlock it for not too much money -- it's for charity after all. Any suggestions? Thanks.
  4. The police are apparently saying that the cut on his head that caused the pool of blood was in a place on the head that could not be caused by a fall.
  5. Joe's heart issues were well known among his neighbors. That's why it was surprising to hear he was found in a pool of blood (as reported by El Siglo). Panama has its share of tabloids dealing in sensationalism and playing loose with the facts but I don't know if El Siglo is one of them.
  6. Joe Wilcox, resident of the Santa Lucia neighborhood in Boquete was found dead in his home on Tuesday. His fellow Rotarians went looking for him when he failed to show up to assist with the Rotary table at the Tuesday market. Although Joe suffered from heart problems, apparently there is an investigation into the cause of his death.
  7. Sony dvp-sr120 The slim 270mm wide ultra compact DVD player features essential playback functions and supports MP3 and JPEG files copied on a DVD disc. It also supplies convenient Multi-Disc Resume function and Multi-Brand TV remote controller support. Features: Ultra Compact Design Multi Disc and Format Playback Fast and Slow Playback with Sound JPEG Playback with MP3 BGM Multi Disc Resume Multi Brand TV Control Remote This device is in like-new condition and is guaranteed by the Handicap Foundation. Buy it for only $20 (and no shipping costs). Email pjbarrett@aol.com to buy.
  8. A tempest in a teapot me thinks.
  9. Is the bakery going to be kosher??
  10. Do you take this anticoagulent prescription medicine? The Handicap Foundation has had a donation of 46 capsules in unopened containers donated to us. The expiration date is November 20, 2019. There is at least $120 worth of medicine which we will sell for $50. Disgren belongs to a group of drugs called platelet antiaggregants, which act avoiding the formation of clots (thrombi) that can clog blood vessels. This medication is indicated in adults to reduce the risk of reappearance of a heart attack. myocardium, stable or unstable angina or cerebral infarction in patients who have suffered previously one of these processes. It is also indicated in patients who have undergone a coronary "by-pass" operation. All proceeds go to the Handicap Foundation. To purchase email pjbarrett@aol.com.
  11. We've reduced the price to $50. It is not the model that is backi-lit (which would be priced about twice as much) so no reading in the dark.
  12. · 12 amp, bagless, upright vacuum plus detachable canister vacuum with shoulder strap · Wide cleaning path; 7 height adjustments; HEPA filter; filter-change indicator · Rotating-brush power switch; telescoping wand and stretch hose for hard-to-reach areas · Stair-cleaning tool, bare-floor tool, crevice tool, and upholstery tool/dusting brush included · Measures 15-1/2 by 14-3/4 by 44 inches Checked out and guaranteed by the Handicap Foundation. For sale for $100. Email pjbarrett@aol.com
  13. I thought "reuse" was one of the 3 tenants of recycling --reduce, reuse, and recycle.
  14. I also saw that and wondered where it is? I haven't seen this place in my many travels around the area. Also don't recognize the photo. They say $140/night is half price. Wonder how much business they get for $280/night.
  15. It's sold out but I have a ticket for sale. Email me at pjbarrett@aol.com if you want it for $7 You can pick it up at the performance this Saturday.
  16. The panoramic 22" V Series display comes encased in an elegant black bezel matched with a sturdy black stand to form a functional yet stylish design. In addition, smartly positioned controls allow easy maintenance and intuitive use. The V Series 22" LCD is designed for High-Definition with a stunning 1680 x 1050 resolution. Budget-friendly as well, this affordable 22" LCD offers advanced display technologies at a tremendous value. Sells new on Amazon.com between $131.68 and $146.68 plus shipping. The Handicap Foundation has tested this monitor and will guarantee it for 30 days. It's in like-new condition and we're selling it for $60 with no shipping costs. Email pjbarrett@aol.com to purchase.
  17. ■ Panel 17-Inch TFT color LCD  ■ Pixel pitch 0.264 mm x 0.264  ■ speed 16 ms  ■ Contrast ratio 450: 1 ■ maximum brightness 250 cd / m 2  ■視野角 Vertical 120 °, 140 ° horizontal  ■映像入力 15-Pin mini D-sub×1  ■ maximum resolution SXGA (1,280 x 1,024)  ■ Size 378 x 141 x 403 mm (fixed gear, including high peak) (width x deep x high)  ■ weight Approx. 9.2 kg (body) This monitor is in like-new condition. The Handicap Foundation has tested it and will guarantee it for 30 days. Now reduced to $45 and no shipping costs. Email pjbarrett@aol.com
  18. I'm trying to figure out if I have a unique problem or if it's system wide. For 3 days now half of the Cableonda TV stations have been "temporarily off the air" and the other half have been so pixilated as to be unwatchable. Anybody else having this problem or should I call and complain to Cableonda?
  19. This is a custom built desktop computer. It has an Elite Group (ECS) G32T-M7 motherboard and Intel Pentium E5200 2.50 GHz Dual Core processor. Loaded with Windows 7 Ultimate (English or Español) It has a large, 500 GB Hard Drive, 4 GB RAM, 4 USB ports . Refurbished, tested and guaranteed by the Handicap Foundation. Email pjbarrett@aol.com to purchase.
  20. This very nice efficiency apartment is available May 15. Only $480/month (includes everything)
  21. Model 1708FP Brand Dell Diagonal Screen Size 17" Fullscreen Max Resolution 1280 x 1024 (5:4/Square Aspect Ratio) Color Support 16.7 Million Colors Image Brightness 300 cd/m2 Image Contrast Ratio 800:1 Response Time 5 ms Viewing Angle Horizontal Viewing Angle: 160 Vertical Viewing Angle: 160 Inputs VGA, DVI VESA Compatible (wall mount) Yes, 100 x 100 mm Stand Adjustments Tilt, Height, Swivel, Portrait/Landscape Rotation Offered refurbished on Amazon for $69.99 plus shipping The Handicap Foundation will sell this one for $50. Guaranteed for 30 days. Email pjbarrett@aol.com to buy
  22. Princess Angela of Liechtenstein From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Princess Angela Born Angela Gisela Brown 3 February 1958 (age 60) Bocas del Toro, Panama Spouse Prince Maximilian of Liechtenstein (m. 2000) Issue Prince Alfons Father Javier Francisco Brown Mother Silvia Maritza Burke Religion Roman Catholic Princely family of Liechtenstein HSH The Prince HSH The Princess HSH The Hereditary Prince HRH The Hereditary Princess HSH Prince Joseph Wenzel HSH Princess Marie-Caroline HSH Prince Georg HSH Prince Nikolaus HSH Prince Maximilian HSH Princess Angela HSH Prince Alfons HSH Prince Constantin HSH Princess Marie HSH Prince Moritz HSH Princess Georgina HSH Prince Benedikt HSH Princess Tatjana Extended princely family[show] v t e Styles of Princess Angela of Liechtenstein Reference style Her Serene Highness Spoken style Your Serene Highness Alternative style Ma'am Princess Angela of Liechtenstein (née Angela Gisela Brown; 3 February 1958) is the wife of Prince Maximilian of Liechtenstein.[1] She is the first person of known African descent to marry into a reigning European dynasty,[2] the marriage having been authorized by the monarch. Together, they have a biracial son, Prince Alfons (b. London, 18 May 2001), who is in the line of succession to the Liechtensteiner throne.[2] Contents 1 Early life and education 2 Personal life 2.1 Marriage 3 See also 4 References and notes 5 External links Early life and education Princess Angela was born in Bocas del Toro, Panama, as Angela Gisela Brown, the daughter of Javier Francisco Brown and Silvia Maritza Burke.[1] After finishing high school in New York, Angela studied fashion at Parsons School of Design, where she graduated and received the Oscar de la Renta award . She was a stylist for three years and had her own brand, named "A. Brown", having set up a company with partners in Hong Kong. The princess worked for Adrienne Vittadini until September 1999. Personal life Marriage In 1999 the Principality of Liechtenstein's Information Bureau announced the forthcoming nuptials of the second son of the reigning prince, Hans Adam II, Prince Maximilian, to Angela Gisela Brown.[3] On 29 January 2000, at 11:00 am, she married Prince Maximilian at the Church of St. Vincent Ferrer in New York City.[1] The marriage was groundbreaking, bringing a person of Afro-Panamanian ancestry into one of the few still reigning families in Europe by a marriage which obtained the prior consent and full support of the groom's sovereign and father, who also attended the wedding.[2][3] While some members of the dynasty were said to be shocked and to consider the interracial marriage "the end of an era", others were said to have expressed support.[3] Since her marriage, Princess Angela participates, sometimes with her son, in ceremonial events in the Principality.[3] Prince Maximilian and Princess Angela have one child:
  23. This is a huge book (695 large pages) with every Doonesbury cartoon ever printed -- many in color. . Created by the team that brought you The Complete Far Side and The Complete Calvin and Hobbes, this massive-yet-elegant celebratory anthology marks Doonesbury's 40th anniversary by examining in depth the characters that have given the strip such vitality. On October 26, 1970, college jock B.D. met his inept and geeky roommate, Mike. Fourteen thousand strips later, the world of Doonesbury has grown uniquely vast, sustained by an intricately woven web of relationships--over 40 major characters spanning three generations. This book opens with an in-depth essay in which G. B. Trudeau surveys his sprawling creation as only he could. The volume's 1,800 beautifully displayed strips chronicle the key adventures and path crossings of the ever-evolving cast, from ur-characters such as Zonker, Joanie, Duke, and Honey, to relative newcomers such as Zipper, Alex, and Toggle. Dropped in throughout are 18 detailed essays in which Trudeau contemplates individual characters and groups of characters. The book's literal centerpiece is a four-page foldout that maps in annotated detail the mind-boggling matrix of relationships. A feast of storytelling and a clarifying overview, 40: A Doonesbury Retrospective offers a unique way to experience one of the greatest comic strips ever. The book is in new condition. What a great gift this would make for someone. This book sells used on Amazon for $45.99 and for $76.97 at Barnes & Noble. The Handicap Foundation will sell this perfect coffee table book for $35. Email pjbarrett@aol.com to purchase..
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