Many thanks, Sam19!
At the risk of being called a persnickety beotch, may I add that the “s” at the end is unnecessary because the “J” stands for “joes” so it’s already in the plural form?
(I can’t help it: I was forced to attend parochial school from grades 1 through 5, where spelling and exact grammar were beaten into us by evil, child-loathing nuns. ️ Which segues into two of my most favorite, funny, and true things to tell people: The name of my first-grade teacher was Sister Conception. (Immaculate, perhaps?!?) And I’ve always wondered why we call a religious sister a “nun”; perhaps it’s a clever pun having to do with how much they get…)