I know, it sounds like a crazy idea.

But that’s exactly what’s happened to me and thousands of others. 

In the past few months, I’ve found myself using Google Maps almost every day.

The only way to get the exact location of my arena is to type in my location in Google Maps.

But now that I’ve learned to use the app for things like searching for my car or going to the gym, I can get to know the actual area where I’m at and the exact times when it’s open.

That’s not to say you won’t get distracted by the cityscape on your phone.

Google Maps has its own barcode reader, and a quick search will turn up hundreds of options that you might not even notice unless you’re looking for them.

It’s a neat feature, but Google Maps also has a lot of quirks.

For instance, the barcode scanner will not work if you have a cell phone in your pocket or on your body.

If you’re in a crowded area and want to get to your destination quickly, Google will not scan the barcodes until you get near it.

Google also has some quirks with its search results.

Some searches, like “hockey”, are useless if you can’t get a specific city or state.

Other search results, like the one for the Edmonton Oilers, will give you a different result for the team you want to search for.

The main drawback of Google Maps is that you’ll get frustrated trying to find the exact arena where you’re going to play your game.

You’ll need to enter the exact address you want, but it’ll only give you the area that you can see in Google Street View.

Google says that Google Maps will let you use the bar code scanner to find an exact arena in the future, but that won’t be until the company gets more accurate locations.