The Road from Jp to a Nobel Prize in Tech Looks Like This
Staffer Verne’s arm demonstrates how to be the first on your block to own an Apple Watch. Only three items are needed: 1. Arm. 2. Duct tape. 3. Phone. (iPhone not required)
These Match Pete’s Underpants
Staffer Josh is always looking out for his boss’s best interests. That’s how he keeps his job. Buying these seat covers for his Jeepster might be how Pete loses his.
North Queensland Wartime Tow Testing
This is a pic of my grandfather Robert George Moffat (gunner 2). He was a Major in the Australian Army during WWII and served in Papua, New Guinea, for most of the war. He was part of a small team who developed the Howitzer Short for the Australian Army for jungle and mountain warfare. The pic shows some of the trials that were done in Far North Queensland and utilized a Jeep as the tow vehicle to prove that the guns could be maneuvered by small vehicles through rough and muddy terrain instead of using the heavy trucks or tractors that were needed for the standard field Howitzer.
Editor’s Note: This photo was in the Australian War Memorial’s public domain, with the description: “Kimalo Artillery Range, QLD. 1944-12-30. A Jeep fitted with chains on it [sic] wheels hauls a short 25 PDR MK II through soft, wet ground during tests conducted by 13 field regiment personnel.”
Jeep Chix Teen
This is a picture of me and our Rubicon Unlimited. We love going “Jeepin’,” and I can hardly wait one more year when I can take it outside the gates of our Monticello Farm on my very own.