According to BuzzFeed, someone recently asked Reddit users to share what they think is the biggest turnoff in online dating and not having a profile at all was the runaway winner.

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The answers that came back on that said, how can you know someone if you don't know if you have anything in common at all. The other popular turnoffs for online dating were:

  • Running off a list of looks based requirements.
  • Using the words "don't waste my time" in your profile.
  • Long rants about the person you don't want to date.

So go fix your profile if you are someone who is guilty of doing these things, it may be the reason you are not matching up well, or at all.

The zero profile thing should be a standard rule for any social media, of any kind. I don't interact with or accept friend requests from someone with no profile or profile picture. This is the person who refuses to miss out on anything but also brags that they are not on social media.

They also say clichés and quotes from "The Office" are a turnoff. That's just stupid, I get everything else on the list but quotes from "The Office" should build status in every facet of life, not diminish it.

You are on social media, you check it all day, everyday, you just have not uploaded your real name, a photo or anything about yourself. You are still on it. If you want to say your not, then don't be on it.

Person 1 - Hey be my friend!

Person 2 - OK, what are you into?

Person 1 - Can't tell you.

Person 2 - Cool.

7 of Danbury's Most Interesting Signs

There is a song by Tesla and the lyrics go something like this:

"Signs Signs, everywhere there's signs blocking out the scenery breaking my mind, do this, don't do that can't you read the sign?" I think the song was actually written by a man named Les Emmerson but that is for another day. Signs can block out the scenery, disturb or even make people laugh. Danbury, CT has it's fair share of signs, these are just a bit more interesting than your average public message.

Amazing Pictures and Facts About I-95 (WRKI) and Its Broadcast Tower

Mark Weiss is a retired broadcast engineer, avid I-95 listener and a drone enthusiast. Recently, I published an article that featured drone photography and Mark messaged me and said, "that's nothing, you should see what I have."

I asked him to share what he had and he sent these stunning photos. He photographed the I-95 (WRKI) broadcast tower from above. Weiss shot the photos in 2018. He sent them to me and attached a note that read: "Flown by DJI Phantom 4 Pro 2.0."

Rather than just publish the photos, I wanted to add some accessory information. I spoke to a few current employees, a few former employees and dug through the oldest file cabinet we have to find out some things, even I didn't know. These are some amazing photos of our broadcast tower and some fun information about it's history and the history of I-95.