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A second honorable mention might go to Loni Anderson of WKRP fame. A couple of the clues seem offbase: I've heard grass called many things including HEmp, which I thought 25 down was, but never HERB. Must be a local thing. And, what about WELLINEVER applies to teetotalers, specifically?Is it don't tell me a reference to WELL drinks?I hope not; that's a bad pun that doesn't even really work. But the main complaint today is the fill: we have almost all the awful crutches except the RRN. Leading the parade is the worst: XER.

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We are walking into a sale with a life leisure system where before we walked in just as the alarm guy. My title at the grocery store isn’t the ‘alarm guy’ anymore. It’s ‘that’s the guy who did my smart house. ’”That isn’t to say dealers don’t view them as competition, however. For the second consecutive year SDM’s Industry Forecast Study cited DIY security providers as their greatest competition in the coming year, with 33 percent of respondents choosing DIY companies as their No. 1 competitive threat. National/global security companies followed, at 28 percent of respondents. However, wireless phone providers/broadband providers fell to 7 percent as a perceived threat, down from 11 percent last year. In all cases, it seems dealers and manufacturers alike view competition as untapped opportunity, a philosophy that also factors into the healthy optimism this year. Welsh has similar observations: “We have 5,000 security dealers we work with and they had a great year. We are hearing that the DIY systems are addressing a different segment of the market.

 

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THE COST FOR SECURITY There are two costs to keep in mind when shopping for a home security system. The first is for the equipment and the installation, if you’re having it done by a professional. It can run from a few hundred dollars for a basic installation or less that half of that if you install it yourself to north of $1000 for a full feature system with specialized sensors and wireless smoke and CO detectors. The second is the monthly service charge that includes fees for software driven features and central station monitoring. It typically ranges between $35 and $60 per month. Some dealers, much like mobile phone and cable TV companies, will reduce the installation cost in return for a multi year contract. This indoor/outdoor camera also includes the convenience of two way audio, meaning there’s a built in mic and speaker that lets you hear and respond to someone on the other end. All recordings are automatically stored in the cloud for seven days for free. The Arlo Pro 2 system is compatible with Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant, and you’ll be able to view video in real time just by saying a simple command out loud. Using IFTTT or Samsung SmartThings instead?The camera works with those platforms, too, unlike the EufyCam. And conveniently, you won’t have to deal with any pesky wires, since this camera is wire free.