Wednesday, January 3

100 Posts!

New Jax Witty has made it to 100 posts, give or take. Some are drafts or unpublished, but the idea is that it's roughly 100. No, you don't get a prize. Maybe a virtual high-five.

I thought the magic number for television syndication was 100 episodes, so it's possible that the 100-article threshold is important in websites, too. I guess it means that I am dedicated to to writing about my new life here in Jacksonville, I have not yet been shut down by a government agency, and I do not have to have a third reason just for the purpose of conformity.

The 100th article coincides, basically, with being here for half of a year. That's not nearly enough time for me to learn about the intricacies of this community. Keep clicking on ads and sending me emails if you want more valuable information. Or, if you would rather I stop writing, just click on the links in order to show your disdain for my thoughts.

Here are some of my first 100 hits:

My very first article outlines the goals of New Jax Witty.
Fake news like lists of best and worst. Here's one about driving.
Just in case you're in Jax and need a web designer.
Does Jacksonville have terrible drinking water?
Playing in the grass in Jax.
Ga-Ga Ball, a Jacksonville tradition.
More web design stuff.
Do you like giant pickup trucks? Who doesn't!
The most comprehensive list of super heroes from Florida.
Florida's seedy internet cafes.
Flood risk in Jax.
Our first hurricane!
No gas stations here!
A review of the GIS maps in Jacksonville.
Stop park bullying.
Jacksonville Panthers.
Florida's panhandle explained.
Burglary crime in Jax.
Stopping to help someone in Jacksonville.
The many names of McCormick Road. You're going to need a bigger map.
David Boynton Memorial Parkway in Jacksonville discusses. Retirees, commence work.
An argument for a Menards in the River City

If You Don't Like Players Kneeling

Ice Hockey

Sandalwood Teacher Web Pages

History of Fort Caroline

Rare Books

Dishwasher Disconnect

106.5 Jacksonville's Alternative to Alternative

Brooklyn Cyclones Fitted Cap

Mosquito County, Florida

Amazing Grace Crop Maze Review

Action News JAX Busy Mom Ad

Fog Lights

Is It Legal To Shoot My BB Gun In My Back Yard?

What Are People From Jacksonville Called?

Cell Towers That Look Like Giant Trees

Local Haunts

The Price is Wrong

Jax Car Ads

Car Burglars

Can We Build Our Way Out Of Traffic Congestion?

ABC Fine Wine and Spirits

Jiffy Lube Atlantic Beach

House Tax Exemptions

Get Rid of Your Pit Bulls


Better Tomorrows?

Jacksonville Wins Library of the Year

Brian Jaeger Named Jacksonville, Florida, Poet Laureate

Flag Etiquette

Driving We Should Expect From JSO


The reasons why we didn't go to the county fair
Dating for NAZIs and other niche groups
New FCC rules might affect JAX TV
Some people keep giant birds as pets in Jacksonville
A discussion of the implementation of emissions testing in JAX
Semi-professional newscasters on the local news
Why we listen to vocal minorities
FEMA really does visit your house after a hurricane
Meetup group for actors and actresses
Use your turn signals, people in Jacksonville
Having the mind of a teen as an adult
No alleys in JAX
News websites and ads
When are we getting a Culver's in Jacksonville?
License plate lights as a way for cops to pull you over
More people love pit bulls in Jacksonville than any other dog breed, or cats, or kids
The Villages is Rome of Central Florida
When to sue your kids' school
The sad state of public education substitute teaching
Artesians and shipbuilding
Amazon Locker. Lock her up!
Public baseball fields falling apart
Luminaries in Florida. An old tradition here for no real reason.
Blow up slides can be painful

The reason why this post is continually on top is because people search for a 100 image, and there's one on this page. Go figure. 

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