The iPhone has truly changed the world in millions of ways. On our smartphones, we can pay our bills, communicate with anyone across the globe, order anything we want, and, perhaps most importantly, pass the time.
According to Data company Inrix, the typical American commuter wastes 42 hours in traffic each year. There was a time where the average commuter would have to just power through the traffic jams by listening to morning radio, a CD, or just the background noise of other frustrated drivers. Now we can simply look at our phones.
Boating's "Great Race" from Trinidad to Tobago Gets a USA Entrant for the First Time in 29 Years to Attempt a World Record Run...Written by Staff Contributor
The 50th Anniversary of the "Great Race" from Trinidad to Tobago will get underway early on Saturday morning, August 18. 43 entries, including "#77 Lucas Oil SilverHook" running in the top A-Class Division, will challenge the 100+ mile course between the two islands.
The last time a USA entry competed in the "Great Race" was in 1989 when "Dollar Marine Special" took the victory in a time of 1:48. Last year, "Mr Solo Too" took top honors with an elapsed time of 1:12:35.
29 years later, Lucas Oil #77 SilverHook will have its work cut out to claim victory for the USA in the A-Class. Top contenders include "Mr Solo Too," "Jumbie," "Paramount," "Ironman," "Monster," and "Cat Killer."
A vehicle is considered one of the biggest financial commitments you'll make in your lifetime. While there are only half as many cars in the world as there are bicycles (more than one billion bikes), your car is still a costly commodity. Not only are vehicles expensive to initially purchase but they have recurring expenses that will add up significantly throughout the life of the vehicle. Repair bills, insurance, gas, and anything else that it takes to keep your car on the road can amount to a shocking total. That's why so many people try to save money where they can. They refinance their auto loans, subscribe to a gas station membership for three cents off the gallon, and learn how to do a few simple repairs on their own. While the first two are really one time things you'll end up learning on your own, here are a few tips to making simple auto repairs at home.
We love our food. We especially love our food when it's part of a promotional special that gives it away for free. It also helps that there's an informal holiday for almost anything imaginable. Many of them revolve around food, which makes America really excited.
Fast food restaurants may not be seen as inherently romantic, but one popular chain continues to prove it's got a place in the wedding industry. In fact, it's convinced a lot of couples to say "yo quiero" in addition to "I do."
Last February, Taco Bell announced that it would offer the option of hosting weddings at its Las Vegas flagship Cantina location. At the time, it seemed more like a kooky marketing stunt to promote the two-story store on the Strip, complete with alcoholic drinks and themed merchandise. But it now looks like couples actually want to tie the knot there. Although 33% of weddings take place in a religious institution, Taco Bell might as well be a house of worship for many young people. In fact, the Las Vegas Cantina location has welcomed 60 couples to make their partnerships official in the last year. Throughout 2017, the restaurant hosted an average of more than one wedding per week. They've got another 25 in the works already over the next year. One couple traveled all the way from China just to be married at the Cantina.
This Tub O' Towels special feature is presented in collaboration with Federal Process Corporation...
It's a rare occasion that it actually happens, but once in a great while, something comes along that becomes so essential, you find yourself wondering how you got along without it in the first place. Even more curious are the times when things manifest themselves as the unintended side-effect of something else. In the art world, Bob Ross might've called those "happy accidents," but in the physical realm I always think of those instances of accidental awesome - like the creation of Silly Putty. Sometimes you set out do to solve one problem and you end up solving something else. That's essentially what happened in the case of Federal Process Corporation and Tub O' Towels. They set out to create a product capable of removing industrial sealant, but ended-up with something so versatile and safe that it can be used to clean-up household messes with shocking ease. Tub O' Towels (available at my affiliate, Amazon) has been a staple of garages for years, but it needs to crossover to the household radar. For parents, grandparents and anyone with kids and pets, I'm here to tell you that Tub O' Towels has become an absolute essential here at Rock Father HQ, and they should be at your house, too!