Their stories were first featured Wednesday in “” Since then, they’ve received hundreds of emails and messages, thanking them.
Justin Rabon and Brad Neumann have a lot in common.
For the uninitiated, Tinder is a smartphone app that at first seems like a higher tech version "hot or not." Users are shown photos of nearby potential matches and can swipe right to "like" and left for "nope." Mutual right swipes result in a match, followed by the prompt to either send a message or "keep playing." This "Keep playing! " mantra has led to an epidemic of 500 million swipes (and 5 million matches) a day.
It has also revolutionized the technology-assisted matchmaking process.
the pontil is actually broken glass where the metal rod used to hold the bottle while the lip was form was broken off leaving a sharp scar.
Beginning collectors often confuse an Owen's ring with a pontil mark and it is easy to see why this happens.
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Two members of the University of Minnesota track team are sharing their coming out story and their love for one another.
To this day, swing dancing remains one of my favorite activities.
While traditional dating sites require extended periods of time in front of the desktop writing and browsing long bios, Tinder can be played in short bursts on the go.
It also values efficiency (and this generation's comfort with releasing personal information online) by importing profile information directly from Facebook including name, age, interests, and most importantly mutual friends.
The pictures below are from two early machine made medicine bottles.
I have put up pictures of the lips so that the readers can see how they mold goes all the way over the top as shown below. This is different than an older hand tooled, hand blown bottle.