Always knew there was something strange about you

From NJ 101.5:

Whoa, N.J.: You sure are naked a lot

Real Estate company Trulia partnered with Whisper — an online community in which participants share their thoughts anonymously — and found New Jerseyans are more likely to parade around in the nude at home than people in any other state.

It may not have been the world’s most (ahem) rigorous study, but it sure caught our attention.
“New Jersey came in No. 1 for the most likely to be nude at home, they are an astonishing 142 percent more likely to be nude at home than their counterparts in Louisiana, which comes in second,” said Laura Emery, a Trulia representative.

“We have a few exact quotes from people,” Emery said. “One is ‘sometimes when I’m home alone I choreograph naked dances throughout my house.’ Others are ‘when I’m home alone I love to run naked and in my house and pretend I’m a horse,’ and ‘I’m naked so much at home that when my dog sees me put on clothes, she gets excited because she knows we’re going somewhere.’”
The survey was part of a Trulia “Truly Home” campaign.

“The idea was to unveil the most bizarre unapologetic things that people do at home, focusing on how people feel comfortable and do a little bit of zany stuff when they feel truly at home and comfortable,” said Emery.

After New Jersey and Louisiana, the states with the highest percentage of people who marched around naked at home were Mississippi, South Carolina, Rhode Island and Connecticut.

So why do people in Jersey like to run around naked in their own homes? No one seems to be sure.

“I can’t say,” said Emery. “I think it’s probably just because there are some awesome people there.”

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67 Responses to Always knew there was something strange about you

  1. grim says:

    Anyone feel the earthquake this morning? 2.5 is higher than the one a few years back in Ringwood.

  2. D-FENS says:

    Now I know why Grim likes to work from home.

  3. anon (the good one) says:

    “So why do people in Jersey like to run around naked in their own homes? No one seems to be sure.”

    bet that right wingers here would love a naked gtg

  4. FKA 2010 Buyer says:

    On both sides, you have to find a way to appeal to the less educated or you can’t win an election.

    Trumpismo and its limits
    DONALD TRUMP’S raucous performance in the first debate between the leading GOP presidential aspirants has not hurt his national poll numbers. Nor has his abhorrent comment about Megyn Kelly, a hard-charging Fox News presenter. Not yet, at least. Mr Trump is holding steady nationally, with the support of nearly a quarter of likely Republican voters, and he has maintained his lead in Iowa—even if some voters there are now expressing some reservations.
    Mr Trump’s Teflon-coated staying power is maddening to his rivals. In a post-debate public statement, Rand Paul, a Kentucky senator and fellow nomination-seeker, vented his frustration over the fact that so many Republican voters seem to have fallen for a “fake conservative”. “No conservative in America supports a single-payer government-run health-care system, and yet around 25% of Republicans seem to favour Trump,” Mr Paul complained, calling out Mr Trump’s past support for such a system. “How can this be possible?”
    It’s an excellent question. The extent of Mr Trump’s apostasy from Republic Party gospel is indeed impressive. How does he manage to wander so far off the party reservation without alienating conservative voters?
    Mr Salam perceptively suggests that Mr Trump’s appeal is much in the mould of Silvio Berlusconi, a former prime minister of Italy, who managed to combine billionaire ostentation with pro-business, populist nationalism. Mr Trump’s rivals were geared up for a fight to be seen as the second-coming of Ronald Reagan, a champion of conservative “principle”. Mr Trump blindsided them all with an American version of Berlusconismo. This mix of charismatic personal authority and populist pandering has allowed Mr Trump to rise to the top of the polls while playing fast and loose with conservative doctrine.

    According to a Washington Post-ABC News poll, Mr Trump is most popular among less-educated Republican voters, but does poorly with those with college degrees. A standard finding of political scientists who study public opinion is that the views of well-educated, “high-information” voters tend to closely mirror those of agenda-setting party elites. By comparison, the views of less-educated, “low-information” voters are all over the map.

    http://www.economist.com/blogs/democracyinamerica/2015/08/donald-trumps-deviant-republicanism?fsrc=scn/tw/te/bl/ed/Trumpismoanditslimits

    http://t.co/l4YruzAgDd

  5. D-FENS says:

    Having Trump for a president would be like having JJ for president. They are cut from the same cloth.

    http://news.yahoo.com/video/top-10-trump-isms-tuesday-181238478.html

  6. Fast Eddie says:

    Well, I’m officially out of attorney review on my house. It’s sold. And what a roller coaster it turned out to be. I had a buyer, they froze and ran, then I had a second buyer who was in AR and we thought that was a done deal only to have a third buyer swoop in and kill the second buyer who we originally dumped for the first buyer and then subsequently dumped a second time for the third buyer who went considerably above asking. Do you got all that?

    The bottom line is, my place is sold, I bought a place and the first of many hurdles has been cleared. Omg, I must be nuts.

  7. Fast Eddie says:

    bet that right wingers here would love a naked gtg

    It beats fingering yourself in that lonely, G0d-forsaken one horse town where you live.

  8. FKA 2010 Buyer says:

    This is the ultimate GFE.

    Is he Cheating? Real estate agents know, not Ashley Madison

    He started out with a budget for $3,000 for a studio but for that kind of money, he couldn’t find a place he’d be willing to spend the night in. said Rose. We ended up in a ridiculously cool apartment in Midtown West with a full time concierge, two pools and a gym. The budget turned into $5,500 a month.

    These sleazebags normally pay the entire term of the lease upfront and put the lease in their girlfriends’ names in order to avoid a paper trail.

    http://www.nydailynews.com/life-style/real-estate/real-estate-agents-secrets-cheaters-sugar-daddies-article-1.2325109

  9. Banco Popular Trust Preferred Shares says:

    What a pathetic bagholder…..

    Fast Eddie says:
    August 14, 2015 at 9:19 am
    Well, I’m officially out of attorney review on my house. It’s sold. And what a roller coaster it turned out to be. I had a buyer, they froze and ran, then I had a second buyer who was in AR and we thought that was a done deal only to have a third buyer swoop in and kill the second buyer who we originally dumped for the first buyer and then subsequently dumped a second time for the third buyer who went considerably above asking. Do you got all that?

    The bottom line is, my place is sold, I bought a place and the first of many hurdles has been cleared. Omg, I must be nuts.

  10. Banco Popular Trust Preferred Shares says:

    just kidding….

  11. Fast Eddie says:

    lol! It’s true! Now, where are the friskies!

  12. Banco Popular Trust Preferred Shares says:

    clot wrote a review…..

    Times Square’s brawling Spider-Men and extortionist Elmos besmirch the “Crossroads of the World.”

    But a more stomach-turning scourge is the tourist-trampled district’s chain restaurants, which conveniently concentrate Manhattan’s most terrible food in every cuisine within a few blocks’ radius.

    Which places are the worst? You might guess critically napalmed Guy Fieri’s American Kitchen or “Tuscan” laughingstock Olive Garden, but you’d be soooooo wrong.
    The lows are much lower. Here are the three worst.
    Dave & Buster’s
    234 W. 42nd St.
    Modal Trigger
    Dave & Buster’s crunchy apple slaw is one of the most offensive dishes our critic has ever encountered.

    If North Korean designers tried their hands at a Western-style sports bar, this might be the result.

    The third-floor dining room, next door to Ripley’s Odditorium, is a despairing mismatch of red banquettes, black-and-white floor and cheap ceiling fixtures. On the way up, you pass a second-floor Applebee’s and a bunch of honky-tonk game rooms.
    The menu aptly evokes North Korea’s near-famine. Beer-bucket chicken ($17.79) was less tolerable than Popeyes, the skin gelatinous and the meat clay-like. But nothing I’ve encountered in 16 years of covering restaurants (included with chicken) compared to “crunchy apple slaw” — a mélange of substances I could not identify except for the overpowering stench of day-old vinegar.

    There might have been apples. There might have been noodles. Willing to take no chances, I got out of there as fast as I could. I was even ready to kiss the Elmos.

    Bubba Gump Shrimp Co.
    1501 Broadway
    Modal Trigger
    Bubba Gump’s stuffed shrimp is more like a science experiment gone awry than an appetizing entree.

    My stomach snarled like the Times Square sidewalks after I sampled the “I’m Stuffed” Shrimp ($19.99), a 930-calorie affair of “large” (fact check: small) shrimp supposedly stuffed with crab.
    The eerie-tasting “crab” alloy did not stuff the shrimp, but was grafted onto them, like the result of a 1950s horror-film experiment. The mutant entity, drenched in butter and alleged Monterey Jack cheese, literally stuck to the pan — just as the accompanying “jasmine” rice formed a ball seemingly adhered with Krazy Glue.
    C-cktails take up the first two menu pages. Waiters answer every query, “That is my absolute favorite drink.”
    If all the butter and booze chase you to the loo, beware: Toilet tissue is that narrow-gauge, flimsy breed found in Third World budget hotels.

    Buca Di Beppo
    1540 Broadway
    Modal Trigger
    This isn’t how Grandma made it: The lasagna ($15.99) at Buca di Beppo is a spongy, melted mass of cheap cheeses and seemingly no seasoning.
    Photo: Steve Cuozzo
    Sad-looking couples, who evidently fear more legitimately formulated dishes at nearby Carmine’s, fill this third-floor warren of dark alcoves.
    The rooms sport full-goombah plumage: red-checkered tablecloths, maroon carpet and Italian-themed photos.
    However tacky, the décor beats the dispiriting pastas aimed at the “boil it to Jell-O” crowd. I’ve eaten lasagna since I was 3, but I’ve never encountered a specimen as mushy, unseasoned and characterless. Or eggplant parmigiana ($21.99) and spaghetti (from $16.99) as bland as Buca’s. But they bested stringy chicken parmigiana that would embarrass your average salad-bar fare.

  13. 30 year realtor says:

    Fast Eddie, Multiple offers? I thought that was always a lie made up by real estate agents. You were likely lucky to find a single barely qualified sap to buy into the North Jersey real estate market.

  14. Banco Popular Trust Preferred Shares says:

    BTW clot died RIP dear brother…….he fell off a pontoon boat in Cayuga Lake after assaulting a micro-aggression safety officer on the Ithaca Commons….

  15. Fast Eddie says:

    30 year,

    The house is painted, thoroughly cleaned on a regular basis and was truly priced in reality. The other 99% of muppets may want to take notice and realize that they need to supply the slop to stuff their gullet through their own earnings and not expect someone else to pay for their lazy-azz lifestyle.

  16. homeboken says:

    Juice – From yesterday Re: Monmouth – Any particular towns to target/avoid? I am not opposed to South vs West, in fact was overhearing conversations last week amongst other Hoboken parents touting Middletown.

    So long as the commute is livable, I would like to consider.

  17. 30 year realtor says:

    I bought a house for myself to live in this week. No attorney review. Nothing to sell as I have been a renter for too long. Stole a large 2 family in Hawthorne at sheriff sale this week. Built in 1992, 75 x 110 lot, 7 bedrooms, 5 full baths, 2 car garage, central air and about 3400 square feet for $275,000.

    Took me quite a while to find what I wanted. Very happy that my patience paid off. It will take me about 9 or 10 months to get the first floor tenant out and do the renovations I desire. That is part of the price of this type of bargain. Meanwhile the first floor tenant is paying $2600 a month until they vacate. Certainly makes it easier to be patient.

  18. Fast Eddie says:

    In other words when you’re 50 lbs. overweight and your house smells like d0g p1ss, you can’t put a price on your house based on the fat surrounding your pea brain.

  19. Fast Eddie says:

    30 year,

    Congratulations!

  20. NJT says:

    Two families are the best housing investment. I own a few. Would live in one but my wife wont. Maybe after the kids are gone…

  21. 30 year realtor says:

    Fast, How could I resist the opportunity to break your balls about receiving multiple offers? You always talk about multiple offers in the same light as the Easter Bunny, Tooth Fairy and Santa.

  22. Banco Popular Trust Preferred Shares says:

    Do you work in NYC or NJ? Also, if NYC, then midtown or financial district?

    homeboken says:
    August 14, 2015 at 9:57 am
    Juice – From yesterday Re: Monmouth – Any particular towns to target/avoid? I am not opposed to South vs West, in fact was overhearing conversations last week amongst other Hoboken parents touting Middletown.

    So long as the commute is livable, I would like to consider.

  23. Fast Eddie says:

    30 year,

    I get it. I know. ;)

  24. Banco Popular Trust Preferred Shares says:

    If Middletown, then you want to be zone for Middletown South High School. If you are asian or desi, then move to Holmdel. If you are Hoboken-yuppie style, then Fair Haven will feel more normal….the high school there is Rumson-Fair Haven, but you will need to have your kids develop the trendy designer drug habit of the rich kids…..I think it is heroin now……good school though…

  25. Banco Popular Trust Preferred Shares says:

    I did Hudson Tea => Red Hill Middletown 2007 => Colts Neck 2009…..

  26. Banco Popular Trust Preferred Shares says:

    divorce? ;-)
    NJT says:
    August 14, 2015 at 10:09 am
    Two families are the best housing investment. I own a few. Would live in one but my wife wont. Maybe after the kids are gone…

  27. NJGator says:

    When we get divorced, Lib gets to live in the 2 family.

  28. D-FENS says:

    28 – Please…that’s nothing. Milk sharing is so common in NJ the state legislature moved to regulate it this year.

  29. JJ says:

    two families are great in a divorce wife just moves to other unit.

  30. Juice Box says:

    re # 16 – homeboken

    Middletown commute on NY Waterway from Belford is 40 minutes to lower Manhattan, no traffic whatsoever, just some waves once in a while and they have coffee and snacks in the morning and a bar on the way home, wifi on the boat with TVs, free parking, and car valet service if you want to pay for it. With a few minutes of driving to and from boat as well. Most roads are 40 MPH and little traffic so the 5 miles to and from boat usually is quick. Train is NJ Transit – enough said there. The Bus is well the Bus…and all depends on tunnel traffic and your tolerance for the stink of other people.

    Driving up the Parkway to work can have some traffic 10 – 20 minutes once you cross the Driscoll bridge after exist 131 thru exits 150 but nothing like the torture of Rt. 78 and Rt. 80 east and west bound. The Turnpike is there too as well.

    #24 – is reasonable decent advise from a dirty renter. Schools are usually top notch both public and private, just avoid Middletown North High school district and look at the better side of town, and call the Board of Ed to check the address before even looking at the house. Busing is provided if kids have to cross train tracks, which most due for Middletown south district, the three best public schools, grammar, middle, and high school are all right next to each other.

    We have lots of open space and woodland areas with critters like deer and foxes and hiking, moutain bikiing etc and the beach is close. I have many friends from Hoboken who live down here now and more are arriving so I hear. Once you cross the Driscoll Bridge the sun starts shining the air is cleaner and the people are usually very nice. All of our neighbors wave to us for example and we wave back. It is very different from Northern New Jersey in that way, people do go out of their way to be nice. Not too many people leaning on the car horns and tailgating on the local roads.

    There are lots great restaurants and night life in Red Bank, and if you want it is easy to venture to New Brunswick as well. Many of our friends are now going out in Asbury regularly too. NYC for a night out is an option as well we have made the trip a few times, and taken the ferry.

    FYI there are now tons of homes for sale all over. Plenty of decent inventory many people down here take pride in ownership and keep their homes updated, unlike many POS towns in Bergen County.

    I would recommend taking a summer Sunday drive around. Get off exit 114 and drive around all the neighborhoods west of Rt 35. Just avoid Colts Neck, I hear the commute is a killer and there is a crazy Albanian dirty renter who performs Depeche Mode Karaoke late at night.

  31. Juice Box says:

    Friends of ours are getting divorced, they moved into a massive 12k sq ft home. Home ownership and the amount of time and money it takes to maintain such a large home was what the killed that marriage in my opinion.

  32. Comrade Nom Deplume, Not a Philadelphian says:

    Saw my first Bernie shirt at the gym. Fat old white guy, walking around the indoor track, yakking on his cell, which is a no-no at this gym (I got asked to put mine away so I know they take it seriously)

    A Bernie fan should check his privilege. So I yelled “off the phone, comrade.”

  33. D-FENS says:

    Breaking911 ‏@Breaking911
    UPDATE: Police Confirm Man Who Shot Firefighter Is Armed With An Assault Rifle- Believed To Be A Member Of The Bloods

  34. Comrade Nom Deplume, Not a Philadelphian says:

    [31] JJ

    JJ says:
    August 14, 2015 at 11:23 am
    two families are great in a divorce wife just moves to other unit.

    Yes but all that extra energy you put into banging the headboard against the wall just so her ex can hear it is a bit crass, JJ.

  35. D-FENS says:

    I thought they banned “assault rifles” in NY. How can this guy have one?

  36. Banco Popular Trust Preferred Shares says:

    This is the location to which juice refers….. Nut Swamp and Middletown South is on Nutswamp/Normandy…..the train track by the high school is left over military and is unused…..
    https://www.google.com/maps/place/Thompson+Middle+School/@40.3673315,-74.119586,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m2!3m1!1s0x89c23188e6709ca9:0x634756c54bbbaa64?hl=en

    #24 – is reasonable decent advise from a dirty renter. Schools are usually top notch both public and private, just avoid Middletown North High school district and look at the better side of town, and call the Board of Ed to check the address before even looking at the house. Busing is provided if kids have to cross train tracks, which most due for Middletown south district, the three best public schools, grammar, middle, and high school are all right next to each other.

  37. Comrade Nom Deplume, Not a Philadelphian says:

    [37] DFENS

    What will be telling is the deafening silence we hear from the left about this. Notice that we haven’t heard from the Twit?

    Makes me really wonder about their motivations. And makes me wonder if we are gonna see another Greensboro before the year is out?

  38. Banco Popular Trust Preferred Shares says:

    One caveat…..too many Middletown cops without enough to do, so they are basically fascists and shakedown artists who love to fcuk with young drivers (esp if they have stickers on their windows from college).

  39. Banco Popular Trust Preferred Shares says:

    FYI…..some of the prime Middletown property north and east of 35 is zoned for Middletown North…..note it……

    Also everything east of the Parkway to the bay and ocean that is not specifically Holmdel is part of Middletown Township. All the way down the Red Bank/Rumson/Fair Haven Only 07748 and part of 07701 is actually Middletown boro….

  40. Banco Popular Trust Preferred Shares says:

    The main issue about Monmouth is that there is no huge urban sinkhole other than Asbury Park. But AP is simply not large enough to wreck the county finances. As a result, property taxes, while high, are modest by NJ standards given what you are getting……..the other unnamed advantage is that you have all the shore points within a short drive…..you are already OVER the bridge….

  41. homeboken says:

    I work in NYC, just south of the park. A,C,E,N,R are all easy options to get to southern manhattan.

    Thanks for the feedback regarding school districts, that’s the kind of inside knowledge you don’t get from a realtor, shocking as that may seem. I need to begin some online searching for what is available.

  42. homeboken says:

    Just looked at the Ferry cost – $635 for a monthly is not that bad, considering the ease of the commute. Though the last ferry out is 6:45, guess alternate plans are in order during work dinners/functions.

    Tell anyone else that $635 isn’t bad and they will choke on their own vomit. But consider the NY waterway from Hoboken is $279 for a monthly for an 8 minute ride. Yet more soaking of the hobokenites.

  43. Banco Popular Trust Preferred Shares says:

    Working in midtown means you may be relegated to the bus…..this area may not be the best choice for you…… this ferry is the main one most people use….
    http://www.nywaterway.com/BelfHarbWay-Pier11WallStRoute.aspx

  44. Juice Box says:

    re# 42 – My taxes have not gone up last two years…

    re# 44- “I work in NYC, just south of the park” Sucks to be you….Bus it is….or you can ride the ferry up to the midtown stop it and take the free ferry bus crosstown. Add a 1/2 hour to your commute at least.

  45. Juice Box says:

    re # 45 – Train is great if you are staying in the city late, usually no delays after rush hour on North Jersey Coast line. Most are direct about hour and 10 minutes from Penn Station, piece of cake train ride late and there usually is a cab waiting at station, or text or phone ahead for one to meet you.

    http://www.njtransit.com/sf/sf_servlet.srv?hdnPageAction=TrainSchedulesFrom&selOrigin=105_BNTN&selDestination=85_NJCL&OriginDescription=New+York+Penn+Station&DestDescription=Middletown+New+Jersey&datepicker=08/14/2015

  46. Banco Popular Trust Preferred Shares says:

    juice…..long-term if that Midtown job is semi-permanent, maybe Westchester is a better idea?

  47. Juice Box says:

    Re: #49 – 9 building jobs usually are.

  48. NJCoast says:

    Homeboken- “close to the beach” in Monmouth County means you can walk or ride a bike there, otherwise you might as well live an hour away, don’t let realtors tell you otherwise. Traffic and parking are a nightmare on a beautiful summer weekend. Beach clubs are expensive and most have long wait lists for facilities. Public beaches are crowded, loud and boisterous with little to no amenities. There’s lots of free beaches now that sand replenishment is almost finished, but towns use restricted parking, no restrooms, and no swimming, unless you’re a surfer, to keep anybody but the locals from going on the beach. If you have to drive to the beach be prepared to arrive at the crack of dawn or at dusk.

  49. homeboken says:

    So the Monmouth story basically rhymes with the other areas I have been looking, with the notable exception of having the ferry option available to commute.

    On the flip side – the spouse is starting a full-time gig that is work from home. Might be time for me to look into one of the regional offices and exit the tri-state completely. Uh Oh – That statement might just revive our orange orb friend, it has been so nice this week without him.

  50. Juice Box says:

    NJ Coast re” otherwise you might as well live an hour away”

    It is 6 miles from downtown Red Bank across the Shrewsbury River Bridge to Sea Bright. I see lots and lots of people biking that way on a sunny day or hop on the 825 bus to the beach too. Plenty of people take the train to stops futher south or drive and park.

    Sure it is optimal to be on a beach block, I did it for many many years in rentals most recently two summers in Spring Lake but for year round commuting a little further north away from the barrier island is always better for those of us who work in and closer to NYC.

  51. Banco Popular Trust Preferred Shares says:

    Coast: You know better than anyone, but that sounds a bit like a summer weekend thing. What I see is that living down here means that any day can turn into a beach day, and you don’t have to blow out the entire day to come……lots of days where you can cut out at 2:30-ish and be on the beach from 3-6…..grab dinner in Long Branch or Sea Bright……..same for Ocean Gr(a)ve…….

  52. Banco Popular Trust Preferred Shares says:

    I finally found out why clot hasn’t been posting…..he was on vacation filming the end of days….
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cO1q3HwB0y0

  53. Anon E. Moose says:

    Grim [1];

    Center was about 7 mi due south of me. Spouse heard something that sounded like thunder, but wasn’t. I woke up right after but don’t recall hearing or feeling anything.

  54. Alex Bevan says:

    55

    Morning half days work too.

    I live just west of the Parkway. Wife and kids were on the Belmar beach this morning at 9:00. Parked for free half a block away. Yesterday they parked on the corner of Ocean and 14th for free. Easy to do if you go in the morning, especially during the week, ten minute drive for us.

    Weekend mornings aren’t too bad, usually have to pay for parking on Ocean Ave though.

  55. Banco Popular Trust Preferred Shares says:
  56. Banco Popular Trust Preferred Shares says:
  57. Juice Box says:

    re # 34 Nom – “Saw my first Bernie shirt at the gym. Fat old white guy”

    Sure you weren’t looking in the mirror? Shouting at yourself in a gym too?

  58. Juice Box says:

    re # 58 – Wall? Taxes ok down there?

  59. Fabius Maximus says:

    I’m camping on a beach in MA. Nice place and a 1 min walk to the sand. Only downside is the drive here. Some real idiots on the road.

  60. ExPat on VayCay says:

    This is the type of data point I have confidence in. Thanks 30y!

    I bought a house for myself to live in this week. No attorney review. Nothing to sell as I have been a renter for too long. Stole a large 2 family in Hawthorne at sheriff sale this week. Built in 1992, 75 x 110 lot, 7 bedrooms, 5 full baths, 2 car garage, central air and about 3400 square feet for $275,000.

    Took me quite a while to find what I wanted. Very happy that my patience paid off. It will take me about 9 or 10 months to get the first floor tenant out and do the renovations I desire. That is part of the price of this type of bargain. Meanwhile the first floor tenant is paying $2600 a month until they vacate. Certainly makes it easier to be patient.

  61. ExPat on VayCay says:

    ^^^^Also congrats, and thanks for your continued “boots on the ground” commentary.

  62. ExPat on VayCay says:

    Every Summer I buy a brand new mac and return it 14 days later as my travel machine. Last year it was a retina iMac, this year a Macbook pro. The Macbook Pro I’m typing on right now is a splendid machine, but a bit heavy, despite it’s slimness. I’m thinking that the Macbook Air is more utilitarian. At home I use mac minis/servers with Dell monitors.

  63. leftwing says:

    NJCoast: Shore situation spoken like someone who lives there and wants to keep the shoobies out, LOL. Two Fridays ago – beautiful day – I met my boys who were daytripping to Bay Head. Coming up from AC around 1:30p. No real traffic issues exiting parkway through Brick to BH where I got a prime space on East Ave. Only at 35 where it goes to one lane at PPB/BH border and Bridge (if you’re silly enough to take that way into BH) was there the normal *Friday* tieup.

    “Fabius Maximus says:
    August 14, 2015 at 11:31 pm
    I’m camping on a beach in MA. Nice place and a 1 min walk to the sand. Only downside is the drive here. Some real idiots on the road.”

    Ditch the beat up Subaru with the ‘coexist’ and Obama/Biden stickers and get your 55mph self righteous lefty butt out of the left lane and things will be better.

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