August 12, 2018 @ 2:45pm:
We have fixed the security issues on this website so it is now encrypted again.
August 11, 2018 @ 12:01am:
We are experiencing security issues and until further notice this website will not be encrypted.
August 10, 2018: (Taken in Lake George, NY)
Meet Toasty the marshmallow.
July 5, 2018: (The Oculus in New York City)
Such a beautiful sight.
July 4, 2018:
Happy Fourth of July in 2018 on this wonderful summer day on the New Jersey shore! Freedom is
disagreeing about what America is then realizing thats America! It's a place where liberty is a realistic dream which
we all work together to bring to life. True happiness is our goal!
June 30, 2018:
You know it's really hot out when your bluetooth ear peice gains a charge from just being
in a hot car.
June 10, 2018:
Just took an IQ Test from IQTest.com
scored a 132 :D
May 30, 2018:
"The FBI recommends any owner of small office and home office routers reboot the devices to temporarily disrupt the
malware and aid the potential identification of infected devices. Owners are advised to consider disabling remote
management settings on devices and secure with strong passwords and encryption when enabled. Network devices should
be upgraded to the latest available versions of firmware."
May 25, 2018:
The Jersey Shore is SO CROWDED!!!
May 15, 2018:
Yup the Earth isn't happy with us.
April 29, 2018:
I setup my new profile page
April 28, 2018:
Took this pic of our cat name Milo. He thinks we don't see him lol.
April 20, 2018:
I finally got my first Harly :)
January 5, 2016:
Dear John Q. Public,
This phrase I hear from time to time needs to stop being used. This phrase is, "computer
illiterate" which from what I'm told means you don't understand computers. These two words
do not go together and do not makes sense in the American English language when used this way.
I did take the time to how ever to explain why this doesn't work.
The following are definitions of each word from the Oxford Dictionary:
An electronic device for storing and processing data, typically in binary form, according to
instructions given to it in a variable program.
Unable to read or write.
So to conclude what you're actually saying is the following:
I'm an electronic device for storing and processing data, typically in binary form, according
to instructions given to it in a variable program that's unable to read or write.
Thank you that is all :)