Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Your Very Own ID Printers

I remember back to the day when I was in college getting my GED and I hated one thing about it and that was we had to carry ID cards around campus to even be on campus. You couldn't get into the library or any other classes and if you were caught on campus with out your ID card you would be thrown off campus. I hated when I first started there because all us GED students weren't allowed to go anywhere until we got out badge and wouldn't you know it the darn Plastic card printers for the ID badge broke and it was a big machine to I remember that. I love that there are so many sites now that sell these compact ones to make right at home or in your office which saves alot of space. I know the printer they used at school was pretty big and sounds so horrible when it was making the cards and all. You could hear it outside the office even with the door shut. Me and Joe had actually talked about getting a printer here at home due to the fact you never know when you will need one for whatever reason not just school. They can be used for all kinds of things even for id passes for places school of course and if Joe gets a job in nursing he will need id badges as well. So investing into having your own id card printers at home to make your own with saves money, saves time, and wow not much room took up at home either and I hear they are pretty darn quiet. So definitely something to think about we may just get one in a couple months or so we haven't 100% made up our mind yet but we will see, and ya'll keep it in mind as well.

I was compensated for this post however it does not effect in anyway my opinion which is 100% mine and may not be agreed upon by others.

3 amazing comments:

Kandice Breinholt said...

awe :) your blog makes me so nostalgic of my trip to sea world this past summer. newest follower :) sent over from the reflexions blog hop.

can't wait to read more.

Unknown said...

It is really important to have an ID. I have an Electoral ID card. Thanks for participating in the GET CONNECTED TUESDAY BLOG HOP. Take care.

Danyale N. said...

thanks to you both and @Kandice I love whales and miss sea world so I feel you there