There’s a phenomenon I’ve encountered since moving to Jersey about 5 years ago that boggles my mind, so I’m writing this post to see if I’m alone or if it’s just a local, cultural, thing. No, I’m not talking about spray tanning, I’m referring to the use of the car horn. In this case, locals […]
I start a new gig this week. While I’m sad to leave the comfort of my last job, I’m excited to take on a new challenge. Before accepting the new position, I debated staying at my old job. I weighed the pros and cons of both and discussed it all with my wife. Despite it […]
Ah, Summer. A time when a man can sweat like a man, when the stench of a good cigar can linger in your pores for days and when the A/C gets cranked on “high” for three months straight. For those of us without a pool (forget the oceans, they’re so polluted you can’t even catch […]
n order for Americans back home to see just how amazing these sailors are, the Navy allows a number of dignitaries, journalists, bloggers and professionals to take part in these trips and write about them. Not only write but snap pictures, take videos and live like the sailors live for just over 24 hours. By “walking in their shoes” we can tell the folks back home just how amazing and dedicated our men and women are.
Being on the road a lot give me the pleasure of experiencing different towns, cultures and, unfortunately, driving styles. Here’s a quick rundown of five stereotypes that you may have encountered on our nation’s highways and driveways.