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Old 07-01-2012, 10:56 PM   #15
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The Beaver is the Natonal Symbol for Canada.

Go Figure!
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Old 07-02-2012, 12:03 AM   #16
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So SIRI is seeing a Canadian? I'm confused?
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Old 07-02-2012, 08:18 PM   #17
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Yup, our "Garmin Gal", we lovingly call..BRUNNHILDA!!!!...does get a little attitude and testy tone if we do NOT....."follow the designated route"... Don't think I'd ever want to meet up with her in person.

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I swear mine does this have you really heard it? Eveyone says it's my imagination - but I swear Matilda gets croctchty after the 3rd "recalculating."
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Just tell her it's Beaver fever, and you will never leave her!!
She liked that.

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So SIRI is seeing a Canadian? I'm confused?
Don't be confused. Canada's Dextre robot and SIRI have been seen swapping data and interfacing with each other.
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She liked that.



Don't be confused. Canada's Dextre robot and SIRI have been seen swapping data and interfacing with each other.

I'm relieved I thought she might be seeing Gordon Lightfoot.
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Ever notice when you know the directions (for what ever, are 'wrong') the 'testie under tone of" "Recalculating."
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I have a tendency to try new routes to explore, trusting the gps to get us back
I too recall the testy tone of recalculating on the garmins...
in fact, used a change module to make it yell "LISTEN TO ME STUPID!"

First time my wife heard it I thought I would have to go home so she could change her undies she laughed so hard

Guess the navs on the two new cars are resigned to the fact and have given up...
they just recalculate quietly and try to steer me back on track
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Just tell her it's Beaver fever, and you will never leave her!!
Well here in Oregon there is a University Football team called the "Beavers;" and the .. well never mind.
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Ever notice when you know the directions (for what ever, are 'wrong') the 'testie under tone of" "Recalculating."
I have heard that many times, and wondered how many times it would take before you get the silent treatment?

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