I agree, J. Some people just don't get it. I realize that the haters are just voicing their opinions, but they lack a sense of respect. If they don't like what someone like Ashton has to say, then they simply shouldn't follow him.
Great pictures, J! And what a cool mini-adventure! It's such a wonder that places like this are hidden in the nooks and crannies around Las Vegas. Thanks for the little tip on that secluded piece of the Colorado - I'd like to scope it out before the summer creeps in! :-)
Nice recap, J. I'm guessing this post would occupy me for about 30 miles. ;-)
Suggestion for next photo safari: PCH-1 all the way up to the Pacific Northwest. Might take a week or more, but it would certainly result in some beautiful photography.
Andrew - this image is breathtaking!
You said "Doug teabagging Todd" and I was expecting something naughtier than what I found...(sad trombone plays)
What's great about your list is that a majority of these items involve a story I have yet to hear about!
And, #2 cracks me up, primarily because you are likely the most inked-up friend I have. I just pictured you looking in the mirror and saying "Oh hey! Look at that! I have a hobo tattooed on the back of my arm!" ;-)
Yay! You captured a "40-Year-Old Virgin" shot!
Oh, and the fake mustaches...f'n priceless!
J, would you consider loaning this book to me? :-)
Truly, I think it's all about personal preference. I've struggled with this topic, and ultimately decided that I wanted to maintain some separation between those social networks. There are a few contacts - mostly friends - that overlap in all networks, but I've corralled certain groups based on association. I did add the Twitter app to my FB Boxes, so if my FB contacts care to follow my tweets, they can simply view them on that tab.
Additionally, I don't think I'd enjoy managing responses to updates on multiple sites. Even if there's a tool to update all at once, it's too much, and I wouldn't want to complicate things for myself.