It depends on the location of the sorting hubs. California to Michigan via Wyoming and Nebraska seems pretty decent, actually.Yes, but the package started out in California, so it had to go south.
It depends on the location of the sorting hubs. California to Michigan via Wyoming and Nebraska seems pretty decent, actually.
The airport of Cologne has a large UPS hub and the big brown planes go all over the world from there. Routing a package from, say, Athens to Rome through here wouldn’t surprise me at all.
Sounds like the inside might be a fire hazard that needs attention from an air duster. Even the stock Intel cooler should be silent on an i3, noise is a good indication to us that they might be full of dust bunnies. Maybe best to tell your IT department. Very rarely we find fans that have just worn prematurely and are just noisy, kicking the machine often helps but we will replace it if we absolutely have to.My desktop PC here at work is a Fujitsu i3 something or other, I don't care, with 8 gigs of ram. Plenty fast enough for the office work I do on it. But the noisy little fan inside of it kicks in as soon as you do *anything* and keeps changing its speed up and down every time you move the mouse pointer or click a button.
TVs and monitors that have all the HDMI inputs pointed straight down with about 4 inches of room to work with and no positive slot to guide the cable into the slot.
The last couple times I had to do this, I put my phone on the desk/table below it, screen up, with the selfie camera on, using it like a periscope. That helps quite a bit. Used to use this all the time to look for printer connections and equipment model/serial number labels.
My math teacher is always trying to make lots of small, reeeeeally awkward/unfunny jokes that aren't really jokes, but he thinks they are.
That's not really the annoying part.
The annoying part is the "teacher's pet" who, and you can see her doing this in Zoom when the little microphone icon changes on her thumbnail, purposefully unmutes herself to quietly laugh/chuckle at every joke. Every. Joke.