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  • Kennedy: 35th President of the United States; established the Peace Corps; assassinated in Dallas (1917-1963)
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  • "JFK" is the episode of the television series Days That Shook the World, aired in November 2003.
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Garmin nüvi 1200 3.5-Inch Portable GPS Navigator
Garmin nüvi 1200 3.5-Inch Portable GPS Navigator
This thin GPS announces streets by name, offers pedestrian navigation options and calculates a more fuel-efficient route with ecoRoute. With its enhanced pedestrian navigation capabilities, nvi 1200 is the perfect travel companion for getting around town. Download optional cityXplorer content to help you navigate city public transit. Know where to walk, where to catch the bus, subway, tram or other transportation and how long it will take to get there. It easily fits in your pocket or purse. cityXplorer maps are available for select cities throughout North America and Europe. Nvi 1200s intuitive interface greets you with two simple questions: "Where To" and "View Map." Touch the color screen to easily look up addresses and services and get voice-prompted, turn-by-turn directions that speak street names to your destination. It comes preloaded with City Navigator NT street maps for the continental U.S., Hawaii and Puerto Rico or one European region or country (depending upon selected version), millions of points of interest (POIs) and 2-D or 3-D maps. Its digital elevation maps show you shaded contours at higher zoom levels, giving you a big picture of the surrounding terrain. With the 1200s enhanced user interface, you can slide your finger to conveniently scroll between screens. You also can upload custom points of interest (POIs). And with HotFix satellite prediction, nvi calculates your position faster to get you there quicker. Navigation is just the beginning. nvi 1200 saves you gas and money with ecoRoute--a green feature that calculates the most fuel-efficient route, tracks fuel usage and more. The 1200 includes many travel tools, including JPEG picture viewer, world travel clock with time zones, currency converter, measurement converter, calculator and more. With photo navigation, you can download pictures from Garmin Connect Photos and navigate to them. Its also compatible with lifetime traffic alerts (receiver purchase required). With its "Where Am

nuvi 1200 easily fits in a pocket and won’t stretch your wallet either, thanks to regional mapping and its slim design. This thin GPS announces streets by name, offers pedestrian navigation options and calculates a more fuel-efficient route with ecoRoute™.

Just over a half-inch thick.



Garmin greets you with two simple questions: "Where to?" and "View Map." This screen is central to every navigation function and route-planning tool. Simply plug and play.




The device announces the name of exits and streets so you never have to take your eyes off the road.


An ultra-thin GPS navigator with great Garmin features like CityXplorer and ecoRoute. Click to enlarge.
Navigate City Transit
With its enhanced pedestrian navigation capabilities, nuvi 1200 is the perfect travel companion for getting around town. Download optional cityXplorer content to help you navigate city public transit. Know where to walk, where to catch the bus, subway, tram or other transportation and how long it will take to get there. It easily fits in your pocket or purse. cityXplorer maps are available for select cities throughout North America and Europe. And with prices as low as $9.99, you'll have money left over to spend in the big city.

Get Turn-by-Turn Directions
nuvi 1200's intuitive interface greets you with two simple questions: "Where To?" and "View Map." Touch the color screen to easily look up addresses and services and get voice-prompted, turn-by-turn directions that speak street names to your destination. It comes preloaded with City Navigator® NT street maps for the continental U.S., Hawaii and Puerto Rico or one European region or country (click versions tab to view all), millions of points of interest (POIs) and 2-D or 3-D maps. Its digital elevation maps show you shaded contours at higher zoom levels, giving you a big picture of the surrounding terrain. With the 1200's enhanced user interface, you can slide your finger to conveniently scroll between screens. You also can upload custom points of interest (POIs). And with HotFix® satellite prediction, nuvi calculates your position faster to get you there quicker.

Go Beyond Navigation
Navigation is just the beginning. nuvi 1200 saves you gas and money with ecoRoute — a green feature that calculates the most fuel-efficient route, tracks fuel usage and more. The 1200 includes many travel tools, including JPEG picture viewer, world travel clock with time zones, currency converter, measurement converter, calculator and more. With photo navigation, you can download pictures from Garmin Connect™ Photos and navigate to them. It's also compatible with lifetime traffic alerts (receiver purchase required). With its "Where Am I?" emergency locator, you always know your location. Simply tap the screen to get your exact latitude and longitude coordinates, the nearest address and intersection, and the closest hospitals, police stations and fuel stations. The 1200 features Garmin Lock™, an anti-theft feature, and is compatible with our free Garmin Garage™ where you can download custom voices and vehicles. Enhance your travel experience with optional plug-in microSD™ cards.

What's in the Box
nuvi 1200, Preloaded City Navigator® NT data for the lower 48 states, Hawaii and Puerto Rico (no Alaska or Canada detail), Vehicle suction cup mount, Vehicle power cable, Dashboard disc, and Quick start manual

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Day 198 - NYC Day 27.5 - Back to reality.
Day 198 - NYC Day 27.5 - Back to reality.
Welcome back to Los Angeles, Lucy :P Finally a black and white photo. Was looking at my project and realized all recent photos were very bolded, and in color. So I wanted something different for the day. This was taken at 8am in the morning on the Brooklyn Bridge with my new 55-200mm lens. I was at the very end of the bridge about to walk across, zoomed and realized I didn't need to walk anywhere to get the whole view. haha. Last night after tacos, packed a bit and waited for Thieny to get back... slept around 3:30am. Woke up around 7am to go to the Brooklyn Bridge with NJ (since she hasn't gone yet). We left around 8am, got there and totally forgot about how hot it would be with the sun out! Took pictures, walked halfway and decided to turn back to go home. On the way home, I kept thinking about going to Jersey just for the sake of going, but finally convinced myself that it wasn't going to be worth the last few hours I have left in the East Coast. So I just went back to UHall with NJ. Went back to the room, finished packing, returned the Ethernet cord at Best Buy, walked around the street fair on 4th Ave. for a bit... Helped Lily pack her stuff all into one big bag. Cleaned my room. Went down to check out (I got to keep my NYU Card because I said a little white lie - I "lost" my ID. :P It's not like they really need it back anyway!). Walked around the fair, got tricked into buying a roasted corn on the cob (it was pretty delicious though) then walked around this little Japanese fair with Jessica, decided I wanted some food that I rarely get in LA so I went to the Halal Truck. BOY WAS THAT MEAL SPICY! Even NJ thought it was spicy - which means it was really spicy haha. Nonetheless, it was delicious and I am very glad I got it. Soraya came down, so I went with her to go give our Metrocards away since it wasn't going to expire for another 5 or so days. Then I realized, I should've took an expired Metrocard as a souvenir! Speaking of souvenirs, I barely bought any for anyone. Not because "I'm cheap" but because I don't plan on this being my last visit to NYC. Also, I feel that everyone should experience living in the city for more than a touristy amount of time. Four weeks was good. I could have stayed longer, but I don't mind being home either :) So we wait for the Super Shuttle, the six of us get on with four other strangers... and our trunk barely even closes. On the freeway, the driver had to get off to shut the truck since it popped open. That was interesting :P Got to JFK 4.5 hours early. Met up with Mario who was already at the gate... (my check-in bag was a little too heavy so I had to keep my sheets with my carry-on) It was perfect though because I ended up using my sheet to nap on the floor at the gate. Interesting, and unforgettable experience for sure! Soraya came, went to look for food... walked all throughout the terminal and finally found a MickeyDs. Went back to our "station" and found Jessica there too! Chatted with each other... "bonding time!" Thanks Jess for the beautiful artwork. You are so sweet :) (Just got home after a long day getting longer... keep reading and that confusing-ness will make more sense. haha.) Boarded the plane, switched seats with someone to sit next Mario and Soraya. Proud of you both for conquering your fears of flying! The flight was quite smooth, though it was pretty difficult to sleep. Watched "Bounty Hunter" with Gerald Butler and Jennifer Aniston... watched the lightning that was outside, then finally landed... AN HOUR EARLY! Waited at the airport for a bit (was writing this darn blog haha) and got picked up. On the way home, our right front tire POPPED and our car started shaking... at first I thought it was a helicopter lol, then I realized that the helicopter would be really close if it were actually that loud. We exited (Luca was driving - good job, brother!) and parked at an AMPM. I called AAA and they sent "AMPM Towing" to help us change the lifeless tire. I was surprised how much I remembered from Auto Tech in high school and I obviously forgot a lot as well. Gotta go get that stuff checked at Costco ASAP! Now we finally got home, it's about 4am EST... but I don't want to be "jet lagged" so I'm still going to try to wake up around 9am PST. Oh yeah, my SkullCandy plug broke. Mario said it isn't hard or expensive to fix, but we'll see. Thought of the day: Do you believe in bad luck streaks? First, that whole camera thing. Then the Megabus was late an hour. Today, went to the airport four hours early to save money. Then arrive an hour early, so spent another hour at the airport. Now, the tire thing. I'm just glad my family is safe :) I believe "bad luck streaks" do exist. In fact, I think it happens to me quite frequently. Somehow I (or something that has to do with me) manage to be at the wrong place at the wrong time. However, I don't think this streak is nece
The Right Stuff by Garrison Keillor Nov. 05, 2008 A golden November day under a blue sky and an air of sweet amiability at the polls and at the end of the day, we elected the right guy, no doubt about it. Yes, we can and we did. A nation spread its wings and achieved altitude. Bravo, Barack, Mr. Steady, who cheerfully did the rope lines, made the phone calls, answered the same questions 15,000 times, bounded up the stairs, delivered his lines with warmth and wit, ran a tight disciplined army, and that, plus $700 million and an 80 mph wind at your back, is all you need to win the prize. One is electrified by the historic moment, of course, but I will let Great Minds chew on that, and simply wish him and his marvelous lady all the best as they bear up under the tsunami of adoration from Democrats whom he has led out of Egypt. His picture goes up in the kitchen shrine alongside FDR and JFK -- BHO elevated to sainthood and now expected to walk on water and turn it into wine. Meanwhile, everything he said about the national mess is utterly true and a lot more. And now it is Barack's mess. Yikes. A good shingle for the new administration to hang out, rather than The New Covenant or A Fair Exchange or English Spoken Here, would be Keep Seat Belt Buckled. Happy days are not here and the sky above is not clear. One bright light in the marquee is Michelle Obama, that witty, jumpy woman with the quicksilver smile who said, "How does Barack prepare for a debate? He just talks to me and he's ready." The good mother who said, "People ask me how I am, and I say, I'm only as good as my most sad child." Come January, we will have a president whose wife calls him Baby. Good for you, Mama. And now she becomes America's No. 2 celebrity, the object of giddy curiosity. Enjoy the people's house, Michelle, and cruise along gently and do not read anything written about you, and don't watch the news. Enjoy the pageantry (you look good, Baby), bring up the family and don't take the show too seriously. Don't do too many interviews. Think Laura Bush, a cool first lady. People like Laura Bush a lot, a Texas Democrat who married a Republican and stuck with him through thin and thinner. She's smart and we know that because she never tried to show how smart she is. Do not let the mister put you in charge of healthcare legislation. Your great challenge is to make a genuine life in the midst of the heavy surf of publicity. God willing, be happy and live your life. When life gets too unreal, sit down with a good book. As for President-elect Obama, he can now stop dancing, which he's been doing for 20 months -- in a democracy we want candidates to really, really, really want to be president -- and get down to the business of patient, focused, rational deliberation and calculation, starting with the formulation of a Cabinet and a White House staff. Have them write up a presidential order for January 20 saying that America will not employ torture, and maybe issue a blanket presidential pardon for your predecessor and his vice, and then set about the business of disappointing your followers and astonishing your enemies and doing what is right for our country. Be good to yourself. Hire smart, stable people who can tell you things you need to know and not copy Bob Woodward. Keep some Republicans around. You're the man. You make us proud. You let us get to know you. You have the gift of speaking clearly and forcefully, whole sentences and paragraphs, while thinking at the same time, a good gift. You don't need a staff of writers to create a persona for you. You need engineers. Problem solvers. You're inheriting a raft of them. Get on that treadmill every morning. Keep a daily journal. Let us see those darling girls once in a while. Please don't play golf. Don't get a dog. Enjoy Camp David. Be happy. Don't hire people to tell you how to dress or who to be; you're a grown-up. Don't do crap that someday you'd have to go on TV and make cheesy apologies for. This job is one you were cut out to do and a big part of the job is to keep up the national morale and you are already doing that big-time. And thank you, sir. All those cheap motels, all those flights, all of that chip dip. We are deeply grateful. (Garrison Keillor is the author of a new Lake Wobegon novel, "Liberty" (Viking).) (c) 2008 by Garrison Keillor. All rights reserved. Distributed by Tribune Media Services, INC. -- By Garrison Keillor

cheapest flights from jfk
cheapest flights from jfk
JFK: Director's Cut (Two-Disc Special Edition)
JFK:SPECIAL EDITION DIRECTOR'S CUT - DVD Movie

Director Oliver Stone added 17 minutes of previously unseen footage for the "director's cut" edition of his hypnotic courtroom epic about the investigation into the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in November 1963. That fateful day in Dallas set in motion a sequence of events that would only intensify the mystery behind Kennedy's death, causing New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison (Kevin Costner) to begin an investigation that would gradually become a personal obsession. Bravura filmmaking combined with controversial treatment of historical facts and audacious speculation, this breathtaking revision of history presents a mesmerizing parade of shady figures and conspiracy theories, unfolding like a classic mystery based on history's greatest unsolved crime. A technical triumph boasting Oscar-winning cinematography and editing, Stone's film is guaranteed to grab the viewer's attention with its daring take on the JFK controversy. The stellar supporting cast includes Tommy Lee Jones, Joe Pesci, Jack Lemmon, Donald Sutherland, Sissy Spacek, Kevin Bacon, and Gary Oldman as Lee Harvey Oswald. --Jeff Shannon

Director Oliver Stone added 17 minutes of previously unseen footage for the "director's cut" edition of his hypnotic courtroom epic about the investigation into the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in November 1963. That fateful day in Dallas set in motion a sequence of events that would only intensify the mystery behind Kennedy's death, causing New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison (Kevin Costner) to begin an investigation that would gradually become a personal obsession. Bravura filmmaking combined with controversial treatment of historical facts and audacious speculation, this breathtaking revision of history presents a mesmerizing parade of shady figures and conspiracy theories, unfolding like a classic mystery based on history's greatest unsolved crime. A technical triumph boasting Oscar-winning cinematography and editing, Stone's film is guaranteed to grab the viewer's attention with its daring take on the JFK controversy. The stellar supporting cast includes Tommy Lee Jones, Joe Pesci, Jack Lemmon, Donald Sutherland, Sissy Spacek, Kevin Bacon, and Gary Oldman as Lee Harvey Oswald. --Jeff Shannon

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