Photos from Florida's Capital City (and occasionally a few from other interesting places I have been fortunate enough to visit in my travels!)
Bonjour sweet Lois!Cute car there, I love the combination white and black and the orange sign!Léia
I think that's too cool for a geek! ;-D
I'm sure they'll have plenty of electronic emergencies over the next week.
good thing they dont pick up geeks, i would be picked up everytime.
I don't think that the advertising department at Volkswagen will enjoy your photo today, as i guess it is the answer to the question "What kind of a car does a geek drive?"Please don't show me what they wear, at least not when they are not working at Best Buy.
Hey!! We got one parked outside the best Buy at the mall in Marysville. Hmmmm!! MB
I, for one, am awfully grateful for the Geek Squad. I love using technology but I have no idea what is happening inside and don't want to know, so I need these guys.
Beautiful (European?) car! I am jealous :-))I wish you a very happy holiday season and especially a great Christmas.
From my experience with Best Buy clerks - they don't seem to know much about their products - I'd avoid the Geek Squad and call a "professional." But, then again, these guys might be very good. Flip a coin and take your chances. At least they'd probably have to fix what they broke when trying to fix your computer the first time. Right?
A cute car, once when I was a teenager I went with my best friend and her parents in a "Volkswagen" to Austria. I had to keep my head aside all the way because I am rather tall and the roof was a bit low.
This must be expensive Happy holiday to you and your family.(and to the red shirt boy)
That's a cute bug!
Go Geeks go! Cute bug!Merry Christmas to you and yours, Lois!
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