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The On Ramp

The Blue Mountain Internet Customer Newsletter

 Issue # 36 October 2006 
  • Greetings from the Editor
  •  by Carol Hall
  • Quarterly Computer Drawing 
  • by BMI Staff
  • All about Autumn
  •  by Tony Abrego
  • FAQ 
  • by Matt Stephens
  • Autumn Wordfind
  •  by Nathon O'Neel
  • Look For Yourself 
  • by Mike Rochelle
  • Online Shopping - Good o ...
  •  by Colin Miller
  • Spooky Riddles 
  • by Nathon O'Neel
  • Crossword
  •  by Tami Rochelle
  • Craig's List 
  • by KJ Newby
  • Picturefind Puzzle
  •  by BMI Staff
  • Cool Sites 
  • by Jon Alexander
  • Payment Options
  •  by Gena Bybee
  • Kudos 
  • by Matt Stephens
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    Greetings from the Editor
    by Carol Hall

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    Greetings to all of you! Fall is in the air and things are definitely cooling down. I have included some interesting articles in this month's edition of "The On Ramp" and I hope that you enjoy them as well. I had much fun working the fall leaf jigsaw puzzle" included in Tony Abrego's article. In fact, I will be going back to that site shortly to work some of the other online jigsaw puzzles I saw listed there! I just love puzzles and hope you do as well!

    I welcome your comments and additions to the newsletter! Please email me at

    All about Autumn
    by Tony Abrego

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    Autumn is one of the four temperate seasons, the transition from summer into winter. In the temperate zones, autumn is the season during which most crops are harvested, and deciduous trees lose their leaves. It is also the season where days rapidly get shorter and cooler, the nights rapidly get longer.

    . Every autu...

    Autumn Wordfind
    by Nathon O'Neel

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    Congratulations to Teresa P. of Walla Walla, WA for winning the drawing for the September 2006 Wordfind! Teresa received a $25.00 credit on her BMI account! Visit our Autumn Wordfind.

    Online Shopping - Good or Bad?
    by Colin Miller

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    As we quickly approach the holiday shopping season, you may be wondering if there are ways to avoid the mad dash at the stores. While online shopping can be less stressful than store shopping, there are some safety issues to consider. Credit card use online is safe when you see a padlock near the botto... - CONTINUED

    by Tami Rochelle

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    Congratulations to Paula M. of Haines, OR for winning the drawing for the September 2006 Crossword! Paula received a $25.00 credit on her BMI account! Visit our October Crossword.

    Picturefind Puzzle
    by BMI Staff

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    Congratulations to Gerry M. of Starbuck, WA for winning the drawing for the September 2006 Picture Find puzzle! Gerry received a $25.00 credit on her BMI account! Visit our October Three of a Kind Puzzle.

    Payment Options
    by Gena Bybee

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    This month, I want to share with you all the great ways we have available for you to make a payment on your account.

    AUTO PAYMENTS: We can set up your account with auto-pay. Your account will be automatically charged to your Credit or Debit card each billing cycle. Every time your payment is processed you will rece...

    Quarterly Computer Drawing
    by BMI Staff

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    Congratulations to Sheryl S. of Haines, OR for being the lucky winner of a new computer!! Sheryl was entered into our quarterly drawing for a new computer in our REFERRAL CONTEST!

    Want to enter to win in the next drawing? It is easy! Simply refer a friend or family member to BMI for service. When they sign up for service, both you and your friend or family member are automatically entered into the next quarterly drawing!

    by Matt Stephens

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    Hello everyone in BMI land! Is summer really over?" According to the calendar it is, and it's getting colder at night so I guess it is. Do you know what that means? (Yes, we're all getting older, but that's not really what I had in mind.) I was thinking that it means more of you will be spending less time outdoors, and more time... - CONTINUED

    Look For Yourself
    by Mike Rochelle

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    Traffic Cameras are an item a lot of us can't live without. Traffic cams in major metropolitan areas can show you what roads to avoid because of huge backups, an accident or road work. Also, if you're heading over the river and through the woods to grandmothers house you go, you might want to check out the mountain ... - CONTINUED

    Spooky Riddles
    by Nathon O'Neel

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    What do you get when you cross a vampire and a snowman?
    A: Frostbite

    What do ghosts add to their morning cereal?
    A: Booberries

    What did one ghost say to the other ghost?
    A: "Do you believe in people?"

    Why do mummies have trouble keeping friends?
    A: T...

    Craig's List
    by KJ Newby

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    Hi folks! This month I will tell you about Craig's List. It is a local community classifieds and forum site. A place to find jobs, housing, goods & services, social activities, a girlfriend or boyfriend, advice, community information, and just about anything else. All for ... - CONTINUED

    Cool Sites
    by Jon Alexander

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    If you have been surfing today's internet you may have picked up that it can be the modern day version of the wild, wild west. There are some very cool web sites on the internet. Here are three interesting ones:

    . If you have a favorite web site that you love to hate check out CONTINUED

    by Matt Stephens

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    "Thank you so much, Matt! I am certainly not one of your more computer literate customers, but thanks to Matt I was able to go through the steps to get things working again. Now I can e-mail my sisters all over the country!!!" Sincerely,
    -Barbara L of Medford, OR

    "We want to thank Colin and the others who helped us res...

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