JBB’s Final Thoughts Episode 30: Better Online/Better Face-to-Face – Successful Online Dating Stories with Jocelyn & David

JBB’s Final Thoughts Episode 30: Better Online/Better Face-to-Face – Successful Online Dating Stories with Jocelyn & David

This interview was originally recorded Spring 2016. Orlando friends, Jocelyn and David talk about online dating and how it worked out for them. This interview is much longer than my normal five-minute monologue, but it’s worth the effort.

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JBB’s Final Thoughts Episode 30: Better Online/Better Face-to-Face – Successful Online Dating Stories with Jocelyn & David

(Intro blurb)

Joe Bustillos, here.

I think there might be an unintended theme starting this year of 2019. The following is an interview/conversation that I had with my friends, Jocelyn and David, in the Spring of 2016 when I was still living in Orlando just before leaving for Las Vegas. This is one of two interviews that I did when I was looking into the theme: “Better Online/Better Face-to-Face,” a theme that I find even more interesting now as social networks like FaceBook come under fire for its unintended or unanticipated consequences in this nation’s political life. Thanks for tuning into…

JBB’s Final Thoughts Episode 30:  Better Online/Better Face-to-Face – Successful Online Dating Stories with Jocelyn and David

(Interview with Jocelyn and David)

Outro:

2019 Joe Bustillos, here.  Happily I can report the continued marital bliss between Jocelyn and David and I should restrain myself from any further commentary about the interview or their continued success, given my own less-than-stellar relationship record. But, let me make one observation, which is this: their shared humanist or atheist activism, living in the Bible-belt speaks to a level of commitment in the face of public opposition that also works in personal relationships. In other words, it helps to have a shared mission. I think the Christians would call that being “evenly yoked” (a Neolithic agrarian metaphor).

If it is your desire, may you find yourself blissfully “evenly yoked” going forward this year.

Thank you for spending this time with me at JBB’s Final Thoughts. If you want to continue to participate in my outer monologue you can subscribe to my blog at http://jbbsfinalthoughts.com, scroll to the bottom of the page, click on the FOLLOW button where it says “Follow Blog via Email” and enter your email address. You can also subscribe to my YouTube channel, just search for JBB’s Final Thoughts (and make sure it doesn’t auto-correct to “jobs final thoughts”… damn auto-correct!). Catch you later, enjoy.

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