Sunday, April 21, 2019

John's Corner - Introducing

John B. Marine | 4/21/2019 10:27:00 PM | | | | Be the first to comment!
This is a special announcement from me. Since being associated with Google and Blogger/Blogspot since 2007, it is time I take my online content to a new level. So I introduce you to "!" This new site I created on the Wordpress platform is set to be a new direction for me and also a new platform for opportunities. I invite you to keep reading this blog post to learn of my plans with this new site. Welcome to another post of...

Johns Corner

John's Corner:

Here are some talking points in regards to this new venture of mine. Read on...

The Story Behind My New Website.

As I was trying to learn website development, I saw there were opportunities I can engage in that I don't think blogging alone can create. I created multiple blogs to share and discuss different topics. I later went to Weebly to create my "JohnMarineDesigns" site. My JMDesigns page on Weebly was meant to stylishly showcase my creative works. It was mostly an extension of my "John's Creative Space" work. The site does get a good amount of traffic ever since I launched it on October 15, 2015.

I felt I was mostly at a crossroads as an online content producer. I thought about trying to develop websites as part of my "anything and everything" approach to developing content. This made me think about developing my own website. Back then, money was an issue. I was barely making anything through digital content. I have done a number of posts for money. I have no traditional or proper job, so my online content IS my career. Once I felt I made enough money online to try to maybe buy something special, I started holding onto the cash I made through PayPal. I originally had plans to try to get a PlayStation 4. Afterwards, I thought about buying one program online and then look into finding an online hosting service when I was interested in building websites. I started learning how to build websites from big images as well as through coding. When I thought about building my own personal website, I began to consider the possibilities of how I can make a profitable website that may ultimately increase my appeal online. So on Easter Sunday of 2019, I took the plunge and bought an online hosting plan from BlueHost along with setting up a Wordpress site to help create and try to expand upon it. Actually in terms of buying that Bluehost plan, there is a dirty little secret... I got a discount setting up Bluehost by accessing a discount offer from

The new site was created with the possibility of exploring new content and new opportunities to enhance and expand my appeal. If you think there is something I can create

Where Does This New Site Slot In?

My new website is currently mostly supposed to be a portal to me and my online work. I eventually want to grow it to where it can be more than just a portal. I want to grow it to be more than a personal site. I basically envision this site to be a variety sort of site everyone can enjoy with content powered by me.

Let me explain a few things for a moment. This new site does NOT spell the end of my blogging work on Blogger/Blogspot. None of my blogs are going anywhere or get migrated from Blogger/Blogspot to Wordpress. I am also not going to shut down my JohnMarineDesigns site on Weebly. For the most part, my blogs and my Weebly site will remain. That is, unless I decide it's time for me to move on from Google and/or Weebly. is [for now] just a portal to my online content. Through the evolution of my new site, I will try to expand and grow my site to be exactly or near what I want it to be. This includes content, graphics, and more. My site will be as much a continuous work-in-progress like life is.

I Will Need Your Help!

Just as much as I've looked to you all to help make my work relevant online, I will further need your help to keep my work afloat. I will mostly try to offer you things to help offset the cost of trying to build and maintain my work. I always encourage you to help support me and my work if you enjoy it. This deal here is no different.

• If you think there is something I can provide to help enhance the appeal of my site, please contact me and let me know. Not all ideas will be considered, but I am open to new ideas.

• If there are any legitimate sponsorship offers that may be of interest to me or my future readers and/or visitors, contact me. Not all offers will be accepted by me, but I will certainly look into certain offers after doing my own review and research.

If you are going to create something in which you don't see it become something special, why even try? I always try to create something with the intent and promise that it will succeed. I CERTAINLY want this to succeed. I will try to build my personal website to be what I want it to be. Everything else will mostly come in due time.

This just means there is only one more thing to do...

John's Corner: The New Site!

I been talking about my new website. I been mentioning how I came up with it. I been talking about what I want to do with it. I been asking for your support of it. Now, only one thing remains. Even in its infant stages (as of the time of this post), please visit my new site and get ready for a new chapter of my online content. Click to visit my new site (currently in WIP):

Thank you for your support!

Thank you also for reading! Remember that my blogs and my other material will remain. Anyhow, take care and be well, everyone.

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Tuesday, April 9, 2019

Rodeo Events

John B. Marine | 4/09/2019 01:45:00 AM | | | Be the first to comment!
Rodeo events can be very fun to watch. Surely we have the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo here in Houston. I want to blog about rodeo events for you all. It is an opportunity to discuss sports among cowboys and cowgirls. I hope you get to find this material useful if you wonder about rodeo events. This will not be a definitive look at rodeo events, but you will get to get a look at rodeo events and what makes them interesting. Time to blog again!

Rodeo Events

I will mostly focus on events from the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo to discuss these events. The prominent league featuring these rodeo events in the United States is the PRCA (Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association). These are some fun to watch sporting events involving cowboys and cowgirls. Those who may not enjoy these events are those who may consider these events as acts of animal cruelty, mostly for how the animals are harmed. Rest assured, animals are treated with respect and are cared for exceptionally well.

I will not mention every last rodeo event, but I will make an effort to discuss as many events as possible. If I am unable to use certain images, I will try to find alternative ones to represent these events.

Steer Wrestling.

rodeo events steer wrestling
^ from: (Pinterest) - How do you win in steer wrestling? Dismount from your horse and twist down a runaway steer by the horns.

In steer wrestling, there are two horses with riders out of the gate. One one of the riders is to dismount from the horse and take down a steer by the horns. Quickest time wins. If the rider misses the steer, the run will be invalidated.

Bareback Riding.

rodeo events bareback riding
^ from: (Gerry Rodeo) - Can you hang onto a bucking bronc for eight seconds riding bareback?

Two events involving trying to stay on a horse is bareback riding. Each participant is to try to ride bareback on a bronc for eight seconds. The rider lays back on the horse (hence the bareback namesake) while holding onto a rope. The rider will be punished proper by the bronc by being thrusted forward and back constantly. If you get bucked off or if you touch the bronc with your hands, you will be disqualified. A score of 100 points is on offer. Judging depends on how well you do hanging onto a bucking bronc based on degrees of difficulty. This score is usually a combination of the horse and the rider. Best score wins.

Saddle Bronc Riding.

rodeo events saddle bronc riding
^ from: - Try hanging onto a bucking bull for eight seconds riding upright in Saddle Bronc Riding.

The difference between Bareback Riding and Saddle Bronc Riding is that the rider sits upright in Saddle Bronc Riding. The same task of trying to stay on the bucking horse for eight seconds is the key. Your free hand cannot touch the bronc. If so, your run will be disqualified. Up to 100 points can be up for offer. Best rating from the judges wins the event.

Barrel Racing.

rodeo events
^ from: (YouTube) - It's you, your horse, and three barrels to round. How quickly can you clear the course?

This is perhaps my personal favorite event of most rodeo events. The goal of barrel racing is to try to round three barrels on your horse and then hustle to the finish line. These events are usually run by cowgirls. However, there are some cowboys who participate in barrel racing. The horses being ridden are horses that are very agile and fast. Having a horse with low center of gravity and agility will be able to shine in barrel racing events. If you knock over a barrel, five seconds will be added to your time. Also, these events usually are completed within 14.5 to 14.9 seconds. However, I always wonder when horses and their riders will post times south of 14 seconds- even if it's 13.999.

Tie-Down Roping.

rode events tie down roping
^ from: (YouTube) - Lasso up a calf and then tie up three of the calf's legs. Easier said than done.

The goal of this competition is to catch a runaway calf and tie it down. One rider attempts to first lasso up the calf. Once successful, that rider must then dismount from the horse and then tie three of the calf's legs. Quickest time wins the competition.

Team Roping.

rodeo events team roping
^ from: (YouTube) - To be successful in Team Roping, both the header and heeler must be in perfect symphony to lasso up a runaway steer.

Two horse riders will try to lasso up a steer. One roper is known as the header (who goes for the horns or neck), and the other is the heeler (who goes for the legs). The header roper must lasso up the steer's neck while the heeler must lasso up the steer's rear legs. The steer must leave its chute first, and the riders must not get a false start out of their chutes. Missing either the steer's head or leg will result in disqualification. Quickest time wins.

Bull Riding.

rodeo events bull riding
^ from: (El Paso Times) - You. A bucking bull. Can you last for eight seconds?

Usually, I used to watch bull riders in the PBR (Professional Bull Riders) when I used to have CBS Sports Network. Bull riding is maybe the toughest of all rodeo events. I have seen a handful of wrecks by cowboys mounted on bucking bulls. Injury- and even death- are possible. As a sad example, Mason Lowe was killed earlier in 2019 stemming from injuries sustained from getting wrecked by a bull. You must nod your head to be released from the chute. Your goal is to stay on a bucking bull for eight seconds. If you are ready while the bull is also ready, If your free hand touches the bull, you are disqualified. Your score is based on the performance of both you riding the bull and the bull itself. Re-rides may be offered if the bull performs poorly. A total score of up to 100 is offered.

NOTE: I may make a separate blog post about the PBR, so stay tuned to "John's Blog Space" for if and when I make a post on the PBR.

Mutton Bustin'.

rodeo events mutton bustin
^ from: (Pinterest) - Little cowboys and little cowgirls attempt to hang on as long as possible on fierce sheep. It is may be the cutest competition of any rodeo event!

This is the cutest and most fun competition! Children try to hang onto these sheep for as long as they can. The rider who hangs on for the longest is the winner. Most mutton busters are usually about five years old riding on sheep. For most of my research of this topic, I mostly seemed to find mutton bustin' popular here in Houston with the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo.

I hope I have described each of the events as best as I could to the best of my ability.

Rodeo Events: Video Samples

If you want a better-explained look at these events, I have found this video for you to watch featuring all of the aforementioned rodeo events:

^ PRCA Rodeo 101 All Events

Here is a video that features the mutton bustin' competition:

^ Lamb chopped: Mutton Busting tiny tots show fierce character at Rodeo Houston

I hope this gives you some video perspective on each event I mentioned here.

If you didn't know about rodeo events, I hope my blog post here helped you out. So...

What is your favorite rodeo event?

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Friday, March 8, 2019

morning dose.

John B. Marine | 3/08/2019 12:15:00 AM | | | | | Be the first to comment!
When "Eye Opener" went defunct, "morning dose." was born. The CW Network's morning news show debuted in . Today and since October 2018, "morning dose." is all local in Houston and is three hours long. This morning show will be reviewed and mentioned by me with this blog post. Having a great day? You made mine better by visiting "John's Blog Space," so thank you! I hope you enjoy this post of mine here.

morning dose.

I will use this picture to identify this post (or find some other one if I can't use it):

CW Morning Dose
^ from: (Twitter) - morning dose. is a different kind of morning show that is fresh, cool, and fun. Do I feel the same way about it, though? Find out in this blog post!

The CW Network came up with a morning news show long ago called "Eye Opener" back in 2011. Here in the Houston area, it was the compliment for news in the morning since "NewsFix" launched in 2011 to replace CW39 News here in Houston. Eye Opener was handed early on in Chicago, Illinois, USA before production moved to Dallas, Texas, USA.. In 2017, "Eye Opener" would be replaced by a new morning news show called "morning dose." This "morning dose." was mostly run from CW33 Dallas. During commercial breaks, local CW networks would have their own anchors feature news updates and news segments. In 2018, "morning dose." went from a nationally-syndicated telecast to a local operation here in Houston for CW39 Houston. Today's "morning dose." is a three-hour long morning news show by the CW network's Houston affiliate, KIAH. This show runs on weekday mornings between 6:00 AM and 9:00 AM on CW39 Houston.

morning dose. Cast.

Some of the main personalities include the following:

• Shannon LaNier - anchor
• Sharron Melton - anchor
• Maria Sotolongo - meteorologist
• Hannah Triplett - traffic, anchor/reporter
• Trey Serna - anchor/senior producer
• Maggie Flecknoe - host/reporter
• Courtney Carpenter - reporter

What makes "morning dose." different is that it offers your basic morning news, but it does so with youthful and fun flair. It includes even a handful of interesting stories maybe some of the more professional morning newscasts doesn't offer. A lot of social media stories as well as weird news and positive news are featured on "morning dose."

As with any usual morning news show, you get your usual check of weather conditions and traffic conditions. You also get your basic look at the latest news insight. Just that "morning dose." is all a good bit casual and not as serious.

(Some Of) morning dose.'s Segments.

Outside of many of the different news notes on the day, there are a few features that make "morning dose." stand out. Here is a description of some of them:

• With some topics, the Deep Dish segments have NOTHING to do with pizza. Instead, these are stories which warrant social media involvement and discussion. A question is presented as the morning dose. crew debates on certain issues.

The Art Spot is devoted to artwork from local artists here in the Houston/Galveston area. This is artwork done mostly by students and are shared each week on "morning dose."

• For FOX 26 news here in Houston, there used to be a meteorologist named Lindsey Day. When she went elsewhere, Lindsey started to adopt a fitness regimen. That segment is part of "morning dose." as Fitness Friday. Lindsey Day offers exercises to everyone in this segment.

• Getting hungry? Why not check out a food truck? Food Truck Friday features food trucks around the Houston area offering great food.

Where's Maggie? And who is this Maggie, anyway? Well... remember Maggie Flecknoe (who I blogged about a long time ago)? Well, the "Where's Maggie" segments feature Maggie at certain happenings and locations in around the Houston/Galveston area. These segments can range from going to fun restaurants to some more serious matters, such as the different ceremonies when George H.W. Bush died. Maggie was once the morning news anchor for "morning dose." before "morning dose." went local in Houston. Usually when it was Friday in the older days of "morning dose.", Maggie's position would be filled in by a lady named Meera Nandlal.

• Oprah has her Favorite Things. Well, Maggie Flecknoe has her Maggie Must-Haves. These "Maggie Must-Haves" feature a number of different items and goods that she adores and wants to share with you.

There is never a dull moment with what is covered and shown on "morning dose."

morning dose. - Final Thoughts

Even as "morning dose." went from replacing "Eye Opener" to even becoming all local (Houston), "morning dose." is actually a great morning news show. For me personally, having "morning dose." on between 6:00 AM and 9:00 AM means I am better able to catch at least some of the show. It used to be on between 6:00 AM to 8:00 AM or so. I usually try to wake up each weekday morning before 9:00 AM.

Even as Maggie Flecknoe said once, "I can't make you a morning person, but I can make your mornings better." If you want a different kind of morning news show that still offers all the morning news you can handle along with something different, "morning dose." is about as essential to your mornings as your favorite breakfast.

For More Information...

To learn more about "morning dose.", please visit morning dose. on

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Wednesday, March 6, 2019


John B. Marine | 3/06/2019 09:12:00 AM | | | | Be the first to comment!
For weeks recently, I have used the Maxthon browser. It was developed by a Chinese group and is meant to be fairly quick. It is also a cloud browser, meaning files from the cloud can be accessed on many devices. I tried Maxthon out to try to compile a review of it. This even includes two versions of Maxthon other than Maxthon 5 (the current version). So this is my comprehensive review of Maxthon.


This post concerns the Maxthon browser.

Maxthon Browser
^ from: (Microsoft Store) - Find out what I think about the Maxthon browser in this blog post.

As of March 6, 2019; Maxthon is in its 5th version from its Chinese developers. It is a unique browser in that it is a cloud browser. So storage is stored in the cloud for the cache. The browser offers a fast experience for no matter what kind of browsing you do. Of its many features, Maxthon offers things such as a Resource Sniffer and certain video features that allow you to view videos in pop-up windows or even download video. So this browser can be effective in getting certain resources you like. You can get Maxthon for computers and mobile devices.

My Experience With Maxthon.

I downloaded Maxthon 5 to start things off. What you are able to accomplish and do with this browser is pretty incredible. Some of the features can be pretty useful in getting certain material or even trying to set up certain blog posts. The Resource Sniffer can be incredible at this. When I want to search for one topic across a number of sources, the Multi Search can be quite powerful. You can use the Multi Search to search one term across many different sources. For example, you can do a Multi Search on Converse and look up search engine results for Converse including shopping links for Converses that you can buy. You can even set up what resources you want to use in your Multi Search results. This offers extra customization. You can download extra extensions to enhance the Maxthon experience to your liking. It is also possible to download videos online with Maxthon from different sources like YouTube, Vimeo, Facebook, and more.

The Maxthon browser is a fabulous browser... when fully loaded. Often times, Maxthon can be dreadfully slow and sometimes unresponsive. Maxthon will load quickly on the screen. However, for it to load everything properly and be ready to go, it can be slower than a number of other browsers. Sometimes when you request it to stop, it refuses to stop no matter how many times you try. In those times, you basically will have to close that tab to ensure stopping loading of a certain link. As I operate on Windows 10, I even tried to use Windows 8 compatibility settings. One plus to this is that Maxthon doesn't overlap my taskbar when Maxthon doesn't respond. My frustration in using Maxthon often times makes me not like Maxthon as much as I want to.

To counteract this, I tried out the Maxthon 5 Portable browser. I noticed a little better performance, but not too much. I found a bit more performance and control using Maxthon 4. However, since MX4 is outdated, you almost feel like you have to use MX5 to be current. One site I usually visit led to me being unable to stop a series of spam tabs. I had to eventually End Process Maxthon 4 at that point.

I recently have started using Opera more as my main browser. So among my browser retation, this is my current rotation of browsers: Opera, Chrome, Vivaldi, Maxthon, Waterfox, Edge, and Internet Explorer.

You now know about Maxthon as well as some of my experiences in using it. Final Thoughts to come...

Maxthon: Final Thoughts

When Maxthon is fully loaded, it is a solid and fast browser. Note- WHEN FULLY LOADED. Maxthon can be quite slow to load everything. Features such as its multi-search tool and the Resource Sniffer are interesting features for various sites. However, being so inefficient and slow makes this Maxthon less than ideal. You know when you want to fully love something but can't for whatever reason(s)? Well, that's how I feel about Maxthon. I mean... I want to love Maxthon and make it my premier browser over Vivaldi. I just can't, though. I mostly will reserve Maxthon mostly for some sneaky browsing.

I do recommend Maxthon, but you need to be extremely patient with it to enjoy it if you want to try Maxthon yourself. Speaking of which...

For More Informaiton on Maxthon...

Want to learn more about Maxthon? Want to download Maxthon for computer or mobile? Please visit!

I hope this will give you all some insight on Maxthon. Thank you for reading! Take care and be well.

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Tuesday, March 5, 2019

Texas- South or Southwest?

John B. Marine | 3/05/2019 09:11:00 PM | | Be the first to comment!
Texas- a South or Southwest state? Geographically, Texas is considered a southwestern state. However, it is very much dead center south if you find Texas on a map. We have a popular event here in Texas called SXSW (South by Southwest). This is sort of a "just for fun" blog post I want to share with you all. So do you see Texas as a Southern state, or a Southwestern state?

Texas: South or Southwest?

Let's talk about my wonderful home/native state! :) Just wanted to find some semi-random picture of my home state:

Texas map
^ from: - Texas. The Lone Star State. The 28th State added to the Union. Used to be its own country once. Not to mention... my home/native state.

Allow me to share some thoughts on this topic.

South and Southwest Defined.

Any long-time visitor of my blog may remember I did a blog post about beauties from different regions of the United States. One of those regions involved the South and Southeast. South and Southeast related to the likes of Texas and Oklahoma along with the general southeastern United States. When most people think of the South, it's usually Louisiana, Alabama, Georgia, the Carolinas, Tennessee, and places like that.

Usually, the Southwestern United States are Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, and Arizona. The only link I could see Texas with the other "Southwestern" states would probably be the dusty and arid landscapes, especially in western portions of Texas. These would be places like Midland or El Paso.

My Thoughts on Texas Being South or Southwest.

As a native of Houston, Texas; I tend to identify myself as a Southerner. I also tend to consider Texas a Southern state. In fact, for my region of Texas, I tend to think of the Mid-South as Texas and Oklahoma. I see my part of Texas to be more along the lines of the American South or Southeast more than I do as a Southwestern part of the United States.

So to say Texas is more Southwestern than South is to say we have the same sort of arid landscape as the other Southwestern states. To say Texas is more South than southwest is to suggest Texas is more along the lines of the American Southeast.

So I want to ask you all... do you think Texas is a Southern state, a Southwestern state, or maybe both at the same time?

Since I am from Houston, which is Southeastern Texas, I tend to think of myself as a Southerner. Because Texas is dead center South along with Oklahoma, I usually see Texas and Oklahoma as the Mid-South.

So is Texas South or Southwest?

I think Texas is a Southern state or a Southwestern state depending on what part of Texas you are from. Different parts of Texas are suggestive of different characteristics of some of the different states surrounding Texas. I think of Texas geographically as a Southern state, since it is in the dead south of the United States.

Then again... maybe Texas is unique in that it really is BOTH a Southern state AND a Southwestern state. So it's more a "best of both worlds" and why this is such a fine state Texas is. No matter what you think about the state of Texas, people worldwide call this state home of many different ethnicities and nationalities. Surely Houston is a diverse city with all sorts of cultures. I honestly have NEVER been to Austin, but I could say Austin personifies both Texas as a South and Southwestern state. After all, the SXSW (South by Southwest) show takes place in Austin. Maybe Texas is a Southern state. Maybe Texas is a Southwestern state. Or maybe... Texas is BOTH South and Southwestern. Regardless, and maybe I'm biased... but this is one of many reasons why the state of Texas is awesome! :)

In Case You're Interested...

Earlier, I mentioned a past blog post about American beauties in the South and Southeast. Take a look at my past post if you are interested:

"American Beauties: South and Southeast" (John's Blog Space)

And if you want to know more about the SXSW (South by Southwest) show, visit:

That's all for this post.

I hope you enjoyed this blog post! What do you think?

Do you consider Texas a Southern state, a Southwestern state, or perhaps both?

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Wednesday, February 27, 2019

The Real World

John B. Marine | 2/27/2019 07:08:00 PM | | | | Be the first to comment!
Can you live with multiple strangers in one house? MTV was about music, but its best non-music series was The Real World. The Real World was one of the best reality TV series since its 1992 debut. While I never religiously followed The Real World, I will make an effort to introduce this immensely popular series to my audience here on "John's Blog Space."

The Real World

It is time for identifying this post and offering a first look at such a series. So let's go...

MTV The Real World
^ from: (Entertainment Weekly) - What happens when people stop being polite and start getting real? Welcome to The Real World!

The Real World challenged multiple strangers to live in one house and interact with others. This show debuted in 1992. These strangers have personalities and thoughts different from each other. So you may not know who you will be encountering and who you will actually find yourself aligning yourself with. The Real World has happened in a number of cities around the United States as well as outside of the United States. Cities such as Los Angeles, New Orleans, Denver, and Sydney have played host to seasons of The Real World.

The idea of bringing together total strangers to live among themselves in one big house is a risky deal on first glance. Sure enough, things will not go very well. We all still have to come together as one and try to coexist. Doing so, however, is not easy; and no one ever said it was going to be easy to bring together different people to try to coexist with one another. What can it be like to come across someone you may not know too well? Situations vary. For example, you may be someone who believe in Christian values, but someone you know may be Jewish or Baptist. You may be heterosexual, but someone you come across may be openly gay or even bisexual. The goal on The Real World is not to agree with others' views, but it is more about trying to live with different people with different views.

It is not uncommon to see alliances as well as rivalries spur from people on The Real World. This is all a part of life and how all of us connect with each other.

Video Preview.

Here is a look at the very first Real World, as part of when The Real World celebrated its 25th Anniversary in 2017. This video also gives you an idea of what this show was like:

^ First 10 Minutes of the First Ever 'Real World' Episode | MTV

As you can see, anything can happen as these individuals interact with each other when everyone is under one roof.

Final Thoughts.

While I have never followed The Real World in any capacity, I do think this is one of the originals and trail blazers in reality TV. Sure, there was lots of drama and stuff from certain individuals, but The Real World was (for lack of a better term) real. I don't know if I would survive being around people who may be incredibly different to me. I mean... could I be exposed? Could I possibly expose somebody else? What alliances could I set or destroy? It really is interesting what you can do putting together several strangers into one house in what is seemingly one of the ultimate social experiments.

For More Information...

Apparently when I was researching this topic, I learned The Real World still lives on- only now on Facebook Watch as opposed to MTV. So if you want to know more about today's "The Real World," visit this on Facebook: Real World on Facebook.

I hope you enjoyed this blog post. Don't forget to Subscribe/Follow if you love my work and want to see more of it. I apologize for not keeping this blog updated with fresh new content. This post is the first in a long time for JBS. Anyhow...

What do you think about The Real World? Would you survive in such a setting?

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Monday, January 28, 2019


John B. Marine | 1/28/2019 04:31:00 PM | | | Be the first to comment!
Inspiration can come from anywhere. Meet Enfluist- an online community based on inspiration. Enfluist users can shop for items and services from retailers or from other users and earn commission through PayPal. Fashion rules the roost mostly for user-inspired material, but Enfluist offers inspiration even from non-fashion and non-beauty items. So because of this, I decided to post this topic on "John's Blog Space" rather than on my "StyleSpace by JBM" blog. This blog post will fill you in on Enfluist.

A Note About Brands Posts

Either I choose to post about certain companies, or I am contacted by a company to post about them. For this post, I was contacted by the company to post about them.


Enfluist is a company based in Los Angeles, California, USA. They are a company that is built on the fashion community shopping for clothes from various designers. Even users of Enfluist can come up with their own store based on their own wardrobe based on items they bought. A lot of fashion blog readers often times wonder where certain personalities get their clothes or what specific items they bought. Enfluist is kind of like that, where you can shop for fashion items that they post online in their Enfluist profiles. While Enfluist is mostly popular for fashion and beauty, the company isn't exclusively about fashion and beauty.

The Three Earning Aspects.

There are three ways to be effective on Enfluist...

Shop and Earn
This one is simple- shop on Enfluist for items from over 500 different designers and brands. Earn cash back on purchases made through Enfluist.

If you can drive traffic to Enfluist with referrals, you can earn money through referring others to your purchases.

Curate Your Store
By tagging individual items in your profile, visitors can shop your outfits while you can earn from your tagged items.

If shopping and making money are your thing, Enfluist has plans for you.

ALL Fashion on Enfluist?

Actually, no. Among the many stores you can tag and link to, for example, are stores like Best Buy, The Home Depot, Pandora, and Pier 1 Imports. So there are plenty of other ways to shop and earn commission through Enfluist. For the most part, though, there are lot of fashion and beauty brands to choose from with Enfluist.

Enfluist: Final Thoughts

Enfluist is a very interesting service for which to shop and even earn commission for your purchases. It is a way to connect with others along with making money from your shopping. You can help out both companies and other people through the means of Enfluist. While the majority of Enfluist is fixated on fashion, there are other services you can shop for and tag and link to in making money. Shop. Refer. Earn commission. Enfluist has you covered on both fronts.

For More Information...

Please visit to get started with Enfluist. You can join with your own profile, or you can use your Facebook or Instagram account there.

Special Thanks.

I would like to thank the Enfluist team for reaching out to me so I can put together this blog post.

I hope you have enjoyed this blog post. Perhaps I have introduced you to some fine material yet again. Thank you for reading! Take care and be well.

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Friday, January 25, 2019

Girls Like Us

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#girlslikeus is an #LGBT online show devoted to issues regarding transgenders and intersex individuals. While "Girls Like Us" usually relates to male-to-female transgenders, this show is an open forum on transgender issues. Very few topics are off-limits in the different episodes of this program in regards to transgender/intersex issues. I decided to showcase this online show for my audience here in my main blog. This blog post will fill you in on "Girls Like Us."

A Special Hello...

I'd like to offer a special hello to my transgender and intersex audience who may be reading this blog post. Same applies to all of my LGBT audience members as well as supporters of the LGBT community.

Girls Like Us

No matter what you think about anyone of any capacity of LGBT, there aren't too many places and spaces for discussion of various LGBT issues. At least on the transgender and intersex realm, "Girls Like Us" offers a forum for which discussion of transgender and intersex issues are expressed in various videos. While this is an open forum for transgender issues, this show may contain a few... uh, curse words. So it's safe to say that "Girls Like Us" can be a bit on the NSFW (not safe for work) side. For the most part, it is still worth a watch even to better understand transgender and intersex types.

Video Preview.

Let me give you an idea of what "Girls Like Us" has to offer for you. Here is a video introduction of the "Girls Like Us" program:


You seen the introduction above, so you know of the hosts of this online show. Speaking of the hosts...

The Hosts.

This is a brief look at the hosts of "Girls Like Us." Get to know them all:

Angel Qinan
This Filipino-American transgender is one of the hosts of "Girls Like Us." She is best known for her role in "Act Like a Woman." She is a registered nurse outside of her acting.

Kayla Ward
Of all of the hosts of "Girls Like Us," the one I know of best is Kayla Autumn Ward. I've followed Kayla's modeling work for a number of years and think she is a lovely and inspirational person. Kayla is also trying to break into the WNBA and have herself a solid career as a professional basketball player. Kayla documents her transgender journey in her Tumblr blog (or Tumblog) called "My Transgender Journey."

Ally Castillo
Ally is a transgender woman who has been a long-time makeup artist. She works alongside her transgender sister Angel Qinan. Together, both Angel and Ally have a presence known as "Sisters Like Us."

Carolina Gutierrez
Carolina Gutierrez is an award-winning transgender actress who also is into fitness as well as discussion of transgender issues with her Caroland channel.

In a recent (as of January 23, 2019) episode of "Girls Like Us," a new host was introduced. Miliana is a part-Black, part-South Asian transgender.

With this sort of insight, this is a great program and a great medium for discussing issues among the transgender and intersex community.

Girls Like Us: Final Thoughts

Honestly, I believe you don't necessarily have to like transgenders or intersex individuals to appreciate "Girls Like Us." Anything that offers some sort of forum in regards to any LGBT type issues is commendable. The different episodes are all fairly interesting and worthy of watching. The hosts of this channel are all lovely ladies whose insight really matters. It is a different kind of talk show that is fairly engaging while also being mostly casually professional (just like my blogs!).

At least watch some of the different episodes of "Girls Like Us" to better understand different elements and issues of the transgender and intersex communities. If you even care to educate yourself on transgender matters, you owe it to yourself to watch "Girls Like Us." Maybe you are someone who has some interest in becoming any capacity of transgender. You too can benefit from the insight of "Girls Like Us" in this regard.

No matter if you want to be connected or educated on transgender and intersex issues, "Girls Like Us" has you covered like a blanket.

If Any of the Hosts or Production Crew are Reading This...

Keep up the great work with all that you do. Great for you to provide voices for the LGBT community (the transgender and intersex ones in this case).

For More Information...

If you'd like to learn more about "Girls Like Us," please visit these links:

"Girls Like Us" on YouTube
Girls Like Us (Facebook)
Girls Like Us (Instagram)

I may post some extra material in case I find some extra links to showcase this channel and its media.

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Wednesday, January 23, 2019

10 Years of John's Blog Space!

John B. Marine | 1/23/2019 10:37:00 AM | | Be the first to comment!
Ten years of "John's Blog Space!" Who would have thought I or this blog would last 10 years? January 23 marks the 10th anniversary of my first JBS post. This blog was not originally about "anything and everything." It started life as a Gran Turismo blog. And in the early times of John's Blog Space, it was not exactly me getting views worldwide. I was learning to properly implement HTML as well as find some decent topics. Some blogs are probably around ten years old but not regularly maintained. Me, though, have tried to keep my blog active for ten years. And for the most part... MISSION ACCOMPLISHED! This blog post is a reflection of ten years of maintaining this blog you are reading right now.

Ten Years of "John's Blog Space!"

Here are some of the talking points of maintaining this blog for over ten years.

The "Anything and Everything" Change.

When I decided to blog about multiple topics, it was because I wanted my material to be about more than one specific topic or group of topics. I even did blog posts for money. Anyone who may know about my blogging history know that I actually admitted blogging for money. Even with my time on "John's Blog Space," there were some times when I did some posts for money. All the while, though, I remained real in posts past and present. I blog for the world; not for money.

I started being "anything and everything" when I did a game review and even when I blogged about fashion. I guess I wanted my blog to be about much more than what it was initially supposed to be about. I wanted to expand and enhance my content. If I didn't make this blog to be so open, it probably wouldn't be as popular and wouldn't have as much of an audience.

Growing a Blog.

Once I started meeting people worldwide through my blogging and posting in other blogs, I started gaining a good amount of popularity. I used "John's Blog Space" as my main blog and my main outlet to a lot of sites online. It has served as my online identity. I thought of a bunch of topics to not only enhance this blog, but also have this blog as my medium of discussion of lots of topics. Because I love stars and space and nighttime, that's why my blogs have had themes of space.

To show that people actually care about my material and post about it, I sometimes get E-Mails offering suggestions or even get some offers for my blog posts. Some occasional posts tell me to add certain links to already existing posts, or someone may even offer me to discuss certain topics and get paid for my opinions. Some other times tell me to remove certain material. Legitimately, there were times (for example) when I mentioned certain personalities in my Beauties-themed post, and they want their names removed from my posts after their names came up from certain searches online. Of course I discuss things with professionalism. However, there are some times where I have to keep my material fresh without fear of invading privacy. Even my oldest blog posts and my rarely-updated posts get some kind of attention.

On the offers front, I make sure to post about material properly. I also am careful about accepting certain offers. There are times I do some posts for money and traffic. However, I want to do things right and be real with what I post. I want my material to last for a long time.

"Mother Blog" Status and Spinoffs.

If there was one thing I learned about blogging, I thought it was best to set up different blogs on different topics rather than have this main blog as the "mother blog," so to speak. The first breakaway blog was called "John's Shop Space." That blog was meant to provide certain offers to readers based on material from my blog posts. I discontinued that blog because people were looking for a certain topic that made me uncomfortable as a blog owner. My Gran Turismo topics would set up "John's Gran Turismo Space," to later be named "John's Race Space." I was going to name my fashion blog as "John's Style Space," but StyleSpace was taken, and I didn't want a second "JSS" to provide confusion. So for identity's sake, "StyleSpace, by John B. Marine" was born. I started feeling creative, and so I started "John's Creative Space." In dedication of my late grandmother, I decided to start a blog devoted to life issues. Therefore, "John's Life Space" was born. Despite all of the blogs I have created, I have an extra blog I've created, but it is only to test new blog layouts and test different coding features.

Why did it take me so long to make these blogs outside of my main one? I actually feared having a niche blog. Then too, having concentrated blogs properly divides your audience, and you can make concentrated posts on specific topics. I try to contribute to all of them. A lot of my JBS blog posts were used in creating versions of topics in my other blogs. My main blog was still my main outlet regardless of the content I produced to other blogs.

"John's Blog Space" Over the Years.

I can remember my blog's popularity taking off when I played the kiosk demo of "Gran Turismo 5." I would average about 30K monthly blog views. Then as time went on, I would average 20K a month. Then 10K. Sadly now, I'm fortunate I get to even 5K views a month. I feel my main blog has slowly been dying. However, while most bloggers start a blog and don't maintain it much or regularly support it, I tried to keep the blog active for now 10 years. I am certainly proud of my accomplishments even if my blog is not the view juggernaut it used to be.

Something else I am proud of is seeing my blog posts being read by people around the world. The whole world doesn't comment on my material, but I am at least proud my material is out there for people to enjoy. I am pleased at whatever attention I get. While I do want the attention, I want it to be because I've posted quality material.

My Suggestions for Future Bloggers.

The reason why I stuck with blogging is because I enjoy it and because I want to offer material for all to enjoy. My Blogger/Blogspot profile says I have been part of this platform since May 2007. However, I didn't really start posting until January 23, 2009. Blogger/Blogspot has served me well and remains fairly simple to use. It is best to find something that interests you and that you can turn into posts online. Once you get used to making posts and speaking your mind, then what follows is further interest to post about anything that you have passion or interest about. I know I am suggesting Blogger/Blogspot as your blogging platform to use since I've used it for more than a decade, but there are other blogging platforms you can use in case Blogger/Blogspot isn't one you like.

People do have lives outside of blogging, and not everyone looks to blogging as a source of income (if you care about getting paid for your blogging work). Update your material regularly if it is something that people are interested in. Try to grow an audience by posting in other peoples' blogs. Your courtesy can lead to getting more people to visit your own blog. Of course, it helps to weed out any potential spammers. Speaking of which, make sure to be careful about dealing with certain suspicious comments. Some people simply post innocent looking links and sound sincere when they are really trying to post spam material to boost suspicious sites. So be careful when getting certain comments and meeting certain people. When people add to your site's popularity, find out what your most popular topics are and try to offer more material to popular posts.

If you receive offers to have others offer you money for posting about certain topics or having certain banner ads, take them carefully. Make sure it is of something that you can confidently post about and that it would benefit both you and your readers. Don't just take certain offers just because you need the money or that you want money. It is optional, but if you want to make money online (or even send and receive money), try setting up a PayPal account since there are some people who will offer you money by paying you through PayPal. The offers will tell you that they want you to post about something that you will get paid for, or you might be offered to post a certain image with a specific link and anchor text for which you will be paid. Some of the topics you post could result in great offers for quality posts. In fact, some sites could pay you up to $50 USD for quality posts on your site based on offers. So take advantage of these if you are on the side of money and look for as many different quality post opportunities as you can!

Other than that, enjoy blogging for all it's worth and because you want to offer your voice and personality to the world through the means of blogging. And most of all, if you enjoy blogging, stick with it and try to make your own blog and your own public self more viable to the greater public-at-large. Life does get in the way with your work. Despite this, just regularly add to your blog to keep your productivity high and to keep your creativity high. Post on a certain schedule if that helps. In addition to regular posting, social media involvement will greatly help your online appeal. So post often by connecting your blog to various social media platforms you use commonly.

Final Thoughts and Looking Ahead.

You have no idea what it takes to dedicate this much time and effort to keep this blog maintained. Maybe I could have found a real job and really get out into the world. Maybe I could have a more successful blog than what I have accomplished so far. Despite my struggles, I still tried to keep this blog up as well as my others. I am most certainly thankful for all I have done so far.

Granted I and Blogger/Blogspot exist long enough, it may be possible I could maintain this blog for another ten years. Maybe 25 years. No matter what, I want to keep doing this blog and possibly even keep it as active as I can. "John's Blog Space" basically is my job unless I find some other ways to make money. Like I've posted on behalf of BetterHelp for my life issues blog, "John's Life Space." Besides my blogs, I try to keep the material from my creative works site, JMDesigns, active.

Thanks to Offer.

I prefer having organic traffic than the occasional spammers to visit my blog; but with that said, I am thankful for all of my loyal blog readers. I have a lot of fans of my work who read my blog posts and interact with my work. I am thankful for doing what I love and maintaining what I love and have the loving support of fans worldwide.

Thank all of you for making a lot of my posts popular. Thank you for commenting on my posts (especially non-spam comments). Thank you who have actually donated to my work (the PayPal Donation thing DOES work!). It is great to know people actually do care about my material. I hope you can continue to support me and my material for a long time to come. Can't say this enough...


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Sunday, January 13, 2019

Betty Wright

John B. Marine | 1/13/2019 06:53:00 PM | | Be the first to comment!
One of my mother's favorite singers is Betty Wright. So I decided to expand the "anything and everything" number of topics to include this singer. I actually wanted to feature Betty Wright in my blog for quite some time. Like a lot of my blog posts, though, I never got around to completing or starting them until they eventually get published. Anyhow, get ready for another post on "John's Blog Space!"

Off-Topic Note

Can you believe that I am nearing a unique milestone with this blog- 10 years of John's Blog Space? Ten years since my first ever post on this regularly-maintained blog will happen on January 23, 2019.

Betty Wright

This blog post is about singer Betty Wright.

Betty Wright Bessie Regina Norris
^ from: - Get to know Betty Wright a bit with this blog post.

Betty Wright is an R&B singer born as Bessie Regina Norris. She was born on December 21, 1953 from Miami, Florida, USA. So Betty Wright is currently 65 as of the date of this initial blog post draft (January 13, 2019). Part of my motivation to blog about Betty Wright is because she is one of my mother's favorite artists. I do remember in my youth that my mother had one of her cassettes. Betty Wright would later create her own record label called Miss B Records back in 1985. One of the greatest accomplishments of her career is in being the first Black woman to go gold from her own record label.

I would say Betty Wright deserves some Hall of Fame recognition if not into any musical Hall of Fame.

Music of Betty Wright

Here are videos of Betty Wright and her singing. I would like to thank all the ones who allowed their videos to be embedded.

Clean Up Woman.

This is one of my mother's favorite songs. And to me, I like listening to it also. Never heard this song? Well here's your chance right here!

^ Clean Up Woman - Betty Wright (1971)

No Pain, (No Gain)

Once for "Monday Motivation" on Facebook, I posted this song. So if you like my post so far on Betty Wright, here's a very good song of hers:

^ Betty Wright - No Pain, (No Gain)

Tonight is the Night.

I don't know too many other Betty Wright songs, so I just picked one based on YouTube results. Sometimes, it's best to explore things for yourself and allow yourself to be surprised. Here is a little more Betty Wright for you in case you're liking this blog post. As a note, this song is a LIVE version:

^ Betty Wright-Tonight is the Night

What do you think about her music?

Betty Wright: Final Thoughts

I don't know as much as I would like to about Betty Wright, but I surely respect what she has accomplished in her musical career. "Clean Up Woman" and "No Pain, (No Gain)" are two songs I know best from her. You can hear more of Betty Wright's music if you look her up on YouTube. If Betty Wright isn't in any musical Hall of Fame, I think she deserves some Hall of Fame love.

Would I Want to Meet Betty Wright?

I would find it an honor to meet her, if given the chance.

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