Hope everyone had a great 2010 and a great new year’s eve. This blog had an amazing year thanks to all of you.
What you can expect in 2011:
- A site re-design that will hopefully be done within the next couple of weeks.
- Improved site speed. Due to the amount of traffic I will be upgrading to a faster server, and most likely a CDN (content distribution network).
- Lots more content that will make you laugh.
- I’ve been putting off buying a Digital SLR camera for too long, so ill probably do that this summer and dazzle you with badass shooting/gun related pics.
- Likely another product or two from ENDO Tactical
Ways you can help spread the word about Everyday, No Days Off:
Thanks again to all of you for the support and for telling people about the blog. Your posts on forums, emails and private messages to your friends, tweets, facebook likes of the blog and individual posts have resulted in an incredible increase in traffic, which makes it all worth while.
A huge thank-you also to the site sponsors and advertisers.
I’m looking forward to having all of you along for the ride in 2011.
Shortly before Christmas I was contacted by Munitio to see if I was interested in doing a review on their [M] BLK Tactical 9mm earphones. Obviously I jumped at the chance to not only get something cool looking for free, but also to see how they compared to the Apple earphones included with my iPod nano that I have been using for the past few years.
Munitio was kind enough to 2nd day air the earphones to me so I would be able to have them before I left to go home for Christmas. My nano was charged up with and waiting…
The earphones came beautifully presented in a cylindrical matte black cardboard box. A tug on the pull tab revealed a user manual, silk cleaning cloth, leather carrying case, and three sizes of extra silicone ear buds. The earphones themselves have a good weight to them, and appear to be the exact dimensions ( as expected ) of a slightly shortened pulled 9mm cartridge. Nice…
After my statement “I feel like we are just one hurdle away form being able to pick up 100,000 round crates of Kirkland 5.56mm at 1990′s equivalent prices” in a previous costco related post, comes this:
$0.15 / round!
That was just sent to me by Michael Bakowski, one of my readers (and a Costco employee?). Sadly it’s not real… YET. One can dream.
Thanks again Michael!