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Joe Bloggs

A typical, ordinary, average person. (Though suggesting a male given the use of "Joe," it does not necessarily refer to a man.) Their security is so lax that any old Joe Bloggs could walk right up and take their equipment. For any new piece of technology to succeed in the market these days, it has to be easy for any Joe Bloggs to pick up and use.
See also: joe

ˌJoe ˈBloggs

(British English) (American English ˌJoe ˈBlow) (informal) a way of referring to a typical ordinary person: What will this promised cut in taxes really mean to Joe Bloggs and his family?As the son of a senator, of course he has advantages that the average Joe Blow doesn’t have.
See also: joe
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When I first met him no one knew who he was, he was just a normal Joe Blog. We then go to Newcastle, oh my god that was a nightmare.
It was only a week ago that Saudi Arabia announced yet another shoot out and less than five days later they have now declared that your average Joe Blog on the street will be allowed to walk into a shop and buy handguns and other personal firearms any time they feel like it.
"Looking back now I'm glad I wasn't that, I'm glad I represented your average Joe Blog. I'm glad I wasn't some flash in the pan, that I didn't keep my job because I was the prettiest girl.
Your bravery could make a difference James Eul LAST I checked we referred to people as Joe Blogs AM, not Joe Blogs gay AM.
This would enable the manager to determine, "Did Joe Blogs really join the organization, or is Joe Blogs a fictitious person that was created by a systems administrator to get around dual controls?"
They need to understand empathy, and how a patient is really feeling--they aren't just Joe Blogs in bed nine.
You need to know whether you are contracting with a limited company, a firm, or Joe Blogs trading as "XYZ".
The title is "Joe Blogs," and the subtitle is "A placeholder name (According to Wikipedia!)."
So when Joe Blogs phoned up to say so-and-so was abusing so-and-so the rules were you had to inform your manager within two hours.
Picture the scene (possibly at a race course) as developer (we'll call him Joe Blogs) tells his local representative he'll be ruined if the newly nationalised bank calls in the loan.
It doesn't matter how you look at it, ie carrying it for protection or because Joe blogs carries one, it is a lethal weapon and I think if you carry a knife, irrespective of circumstances, you do intend on using it.