Here’s the thing about online dating: Not all of us are good at it. But if you, like me, suspect that you could benefit from a helping hand, a startup called Ona is offering professional support. After all, I’m guessing that many of you have already asked friends for advice on how to improve your Tinder profile, or what to say in your first message, or what to wear on a date.… Read More
Dropbox today said it has named Nicholas Jitkoff — former lead designer for Google’s Material Design team — as its VP of design.
This comes on the heels of a suite of announcements Dropbox made last week, including the launch of its continuous synchronization product Smart Synd and the global launch of note-taking app Paper — as well as a redesign to its web experience. Read More
Photo-printing services abound online, from dotcom-era brands like Shutterfly to services launched through the years by Apple, Amazon, Costco and Walgreens. Startups keep cropping up, too — no surprise given the number of photos people take and share these days, thanks to the proliferation of smartphones and social media. Now, one photo-printing startup called Chatbooks has raised… Read More
I totally got married! On Friday, January the 13th (yes, Friday the 13th), I married the love of my life, Misty Keithline. We got married on Redington Shores, on the beautiful beach in Florida
It was a beautiful, small, ceremony with only my best friends, Tim and Kay. Kay helped me set up the whole thing, and did an ABSOLUTELY AMAZING JOB!! Thank you so much Kayleana! Here’s a couple more pics from the ceremony. If you wanna see more, check out the entire gallery here.
Damn that gurl is BEAUTIFUL!!
If that’s not love, I don’t know what is 🙂
Need I say more?
I’m sitting in McDonalds drive thru, and I see the typical rednecks vehicle.
Cabelas sticker in the back window, geese with a guy pointing his shotgun at them, and best of all, big black wheels with U.S.A. stamped on them. Pretty average redneck stuff.
I feel like I’m qualified in making this judgement having spent a large part of my formidable years in a town named Thornville in the middle of nowhere Ohio. Spending many years in redneck central Pinellas County Florida, and now living on the outskirts of Phoenix. So before the haters get started, let me be clear, I like rednecks. I used to BE a redneck, and still have some redneck tendencies. I used to own, and love, and want another 1996 Ford F-250 SuperDuty with the 7.3l PowerStroke. That being said, let me also be clear that I have no issue with foreign cars, nor do I have issue with being patriotic. I like ANYTHING that’s cool! As I edit this post now, I’m sitting behind the wheel of my girls Acura TSX.
ITS A FREAKING NISSAN. Hey wannabes….REAL REDNECKS DRIVE AMERICAN TRUCKS! I see this time and time again and I have no clue why, but it bothers me when I see a Honda Civic with an American Flag license plate, and patriotic stickers all over it. Granted, no car is truly “American” anymore. However, at least I know that the Shelby Mustang parked in my garage helped pay for food that landed on a couple American tables.
Or at least paid for the hooker for the CEO. An AMERICAN Hooker!!
I suppose you’re asking “So in Joeys world, I can’t be patriotic and passionate about my country but like foreign cars?”
Obviously you should be passionate about your country. Sure, some foreign cars are great. But how patriotic are you if you won’t rely on a car built in the country you’re supposed to be so patriotic about?