Since reaching my previous milestoe of 3000 followers less than five days ago, I was some how gifted a speedy advance to my next milestone of 4000 . This is honestly absolutely incredible and I have to thank each and every one of you for sticking by me all this time to make this journey a reality.
Can you see the Steemit logo on my face?
This time last year, it was my birthday, just as this day, of this year is also my birthday. Often we like to associate certain milestones between these seemingly pointless plus plus yearly accumulations of age, pointless because moving from one age to the next was never an ideal mapping of disrete progress. Thus, I really can't attribute any of my acquired wisdom, knowledge or achievements to the passing of a year, fr
One cold January evening, I was pounding the pavement looking for a gig, before the acting picked up, I always cocktail waitressed and bartended so I was looking for something quick. I was walking down 39th Street in New York City when I turned to my left and saw these beautiful tall double doors, with no label on them. I was thinking “what is this place?”
There was a guy standing outside. So, I walked up to him assuming he was the manager, I asked him what this building was. He said oh this is a bar/nightclub called EVR, it’s not completely open yet. I said “Oh. Well, I am looking for work, and here is my resume.” He looked at my resume and said come on in. I opened these heavy wooden doors, entered, sat at the bar, and filled out an application. After an interview with one of the owners I got hired on the spot.
I was Loving life working at
We've had the perfect holiday in Crete so far. Most of our friends back home advised us not to miss out a visit to Elafonisi beach. An almost 4 hour drive from Malia at Northeast side of the Crete island, all the way down to southwestern Elafonisi.
Although it is a long journey, the route we travelled on was scenic and beautiful, featuring breathtaking landscapes whilst passing through some peaceful villages with aged, traditional houses. They were literally coloured red, pink and white shades! We even saw a few wild goats enjoying some fresh grass in between the rocks!
On Friday I decided to have a short city trip to Paris. I finally wanted to go out and play around with my camera. A fellow Steemian joined me on my journey and so @vladikras and I flew over to Paris!
For todays post I wanted to capture something quite known. The challenge this time was to stay at the same place and try to capture as many different shots as possible.
Walking through Paris is really exhausting since it's a huge city! Sure, there is the metro system and busses but when I am in another city I try to see as much as I can. I will tell you more about the metros in tomorrows TimTravels post!
First off, congratulations! Because if you're reading this, chances are you're human, or at least a dolphin with an above average intelligence. And that means you beat the odds by merely not being born an amoeba, or exist as a bit of space debris, or a hemorrhoid up my ass, or a mentally challenged dolphin. Considering the sheer amount of biological and abiological matter out there in the universe, what are the chances of any one of us actually being a human? It must be up there with winning the lottery 10 times in a row. We basically hit the jackpot big time.
Found them - the true cause of global warming
I don't think, for the most part, we express enough gratitude for not being a hemorrhoid up someone ass, but I suspect there's an evolutionary reason for this. Caveman who were too preoccupied contemplating why they weren't a mammoth probably didn'
Berniessanders has great respect for people who don't do the 9-5 grind (sarcasm). You can see how he thinks about certain types of people by how he refers to not having a job. By the way, none of these are directed at me, but he has made comments to me about how he's justified in flagging me because I don't currently work in the economic system like others do with a job.
In some cases he says you get rewards by the support from upvoters... that's how Steemit works... but then denies me the support of my supporters... lol.
NONE of your posts getthat many up-votes. That's the beauty of the system, it doesn't reward trash like you. If there werereal truth seekersvisiting your posts, you'd be earning rewards, but, you're not. Again, get a real job you fucking loser.
So you could get to keep rewards, if you got the support from upvoters... seems OK, yet he still has great disdain for people without jobs.
But... then in other cases he s
I've intended to contribute to the #steemitcampfire for a few weeks now. Life happens.
But @barrydutton doesn't forget to remind me! He is ruthless, lol. Actually, he's a really good person in my book. Life had caught up with me Steeming story posts, taking care of the children, and housework. I had not commented on his channel for a while and he took the time to come over to my channel to make sure I was doing ok. That was truly kind of him.
For the #steemitcampfire I wanted to tell a few comical stories from my pre-deployment and actual deployment to Iraq. I hope you enjoy.
FYI: The second video is a video I said I would try to find and I was able to find it(I can't believe it!). It does relate to one of the stories in the first video. It does contain a butt. Be forewarned.
I am trying to start a new Steemit community that will benefit active-duty military and veterans #veterans. After some input from Steemit Pros, I want to change the tag to simply #veterans. Please check out, support and RESTEEM my first two posts dedicated to this new community:
As a veteran myself, I have seen first-hand the sacrifices that these dedicated men and women endure for us. I served four years active-duty Air Force where I was a K-9 Military Police Officer.
My reason for starting this community is simple. I have a deep found respect and admiration for active-duty military and veterans and have always wanted to help this group. Steemit has given me the platform to do so. There are many active-duty military and veterans li
A few days ago, I set forth on a journey to Bahamas, a place I've always wanted to visit since I was very young.
My first few nights would be spent at the popular holiday resort named Atlantis, supposedly a lost civilization that fell out of favor with the gods and became submerged under the sea.
Throughout the resort, there are recurring themes of Mayan and Aztec ruins which were believed to be remnants of the lost city of Atlantis.
Let's delve a little deeper into this Paradise Island and see whether we can uncover some mysteries surrounding the lost civilization of Atlantis, and also see what more this resort has to offer!
The Royal Towers are frequently used as the representative image of Atlantis because of its grand and imposing design. Aside from that it is also surrounded by the Aquacenter water park and a large number of aquariums home to many e