Your Chance To Spend The Night With Caroline, Jack And Bark

Jack Baruth
by Jack Baruth
your chance to spend the night with caroline jack and bark

Last year, my pals at Third Rock Events threw a brilliant rooftop party in Charlotte, NC for about five hundred of their closest friends. Even constant rain didn’t stop the show. I’m still trying to figure out how I went back to the hotel alone from that one; the women were all gorgeous and highly inebriated. Oh yeah, I remember now: because Bark made me stick around to help clean up.

Good news: the party’s on again this year. $40 for unlimited food, beer and vodka. Our own Caroline Ellis will be working as a hospitality girl. So, you know, be hospitable to her. This time it’s at Charlotte Trolley on August 9th, from 7PM to 1AM. Follow 3rd Rock on Facebook for more details. As soon as the party’s over, Bark and I will be heading to VIR to take part in an actual Guinness World Records attempt. Come hang out with us and meet some of Charlotte’s most exciting people!

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  • Matador Matador on Jul 17, 2014

    How did all this happen? Somebody just called one woman "tall". I've met tall women before. This never happens, though!

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    • Slow kills Slow kills on Jul 21, 2014

      @April Stop unleashing your self-hatred on others. It shows.

  • VoGo VoGo on Jul 17, 2014

    You are more likely to receive an apology when people like you meet the following criteria: - you are regularly insulted for living your life as you see fit, when you do nothing to bother others - you face discrimination in the work environment on a regular basis - you frequently are subject to degradation and threats of violence, just for being who you are - people just like you are beaten and even killed without cause - churches teach congregants to hate you - posters on a website focused on cars populate the message board with slurs, insults and threats of incarceration, and then act entitled and whine for an apology

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    • April April on Jul 30, 2014

      @slow kills Again, it would be nice if their was some moderation but to me it is scary to know there is so much hatred and misogyny bubbling under the surface. Some people like to throw the PC word around just because they do not feel they need to respect others that are different than themselves. As if treating others like we wish to be treated is a horrible thing. P.S. Just because some folks here do not recognize transphobic comments as insulting, they are just as offensive as if bigots were spouting racial slurs.

  • Tassos What was the last time we had any good news from Ford? (or GM for that matter?)The last one was probably when Alan Mulally was CEO. Were you even born back then?Fields was a total disaster, then they go hire this clown from Toyota's PR department, the current Ford CEO, Fart-ley or something.He claims to be an auto enthusiast too (unlike Mary Barra who is even worse, but of course always forgiven, as she is the proud owner of a set of female genitals.
  • Tassos I know some would want to own a collectible Mustang. (sure as hell not me. This crappy 'secretary's car' (that was exactly its intended buying demo) was as sophisticated (transl. : CRUDE) as the FLintstone's mobile. Solid Real Axle? Are you effing kidding me?There is a huge number of these around, so they are neither expensive nor valuable.WHen it came out, it was $2,000 or so new. A colleague bought a recent one with the stupid Ecoboost which also promised good fuel economy. He drives a hard bargain and spends time shopping and I remember he paid $37k ( the fool only bought domestic crap, but luckily he is good with his hands and can fix lots of stuff on them).He told me that the alleged fuel economy is obtained only if you drive it like a VERY old lady. WHich defeats the purpose, of course, you might as well buy a used Toyota Yaris (not even a Corolla).
  • MRF 95 T-Bird Back when the Corolla consisted of a wide range of body styles. This wagon, both four door and two door sedans, a shooting brake like three door hatch as well as a sports coupe hatchback. All of which were on the popular cars on the road where I resided.
  • Wjtinfwb Jeez... I've got 3 Ford's and have been a defender due to my overall good experiences but this is getting hard to defend. Thinking the product durability testing that used to take months to rack up 100k miles or more is being replaced with computer simulations that just aren't causing these real-world issues to pop up. More time at the proving ground please...
  • Wjtinfwb Looks like Mazda put more effort into sprucing up a moribund product than Chevy did with the soon to be euthanized '24 Camaro.