The Apps Ten Years Later. As Chazz is listening

At one point in time. I thought that the whole Facebook thing was for reconnecting with people that you’ve probably didn’t ever want to see again. Or, you want to see how miserable their lives are. When I joined almost ten years ago. That’s what I did it for. I’m not a telephone person. I would rather you not have my telephone number.

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That was strange…

It was an extremely warm Tuesday morning. The phone has been on silent. However, the light on Sonya’s case is flickering nonstop. No one usually calls her until after ten. She’s hesitant to go look at the phone. Once that happens, hours will go by unproductively. The light is continuing to go off. She leaps out of the bed and looks. It’s her ex-boyfriend that is now engaged to be married. Wtf?

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I have a Gimbal!!!!

This is the most coolest thing ever!!! Now…. I just need to figure it all out. I walked the streets and it compiled it together. You can edit and make it speed up. I’m totally stoked….

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Stop bowing down to that!

I’ve witnessed them literally worship this person. As if, they were some kind of royalty. Now if this a parent I can totally understand it. You honor your mother and father. It’s part of the commandments. However, if it’s not. Why the hell is everyone catering to this person? Also… There’s levels to that shit!

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The Girl Starts Dating….. Again

It’s been pretty rough for Sonya. After a breakup that she wasn’t an official breakup. Meaning… They were still sleeping together. Without the emotional attachment. Sonya, was still into Richard. Then the world shutdown and so did her heart. So she thought…

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What in the Ghetto Enclave?

Only in New York City. You will find people having massive parties. Whether, it’s a religious function. Or, people having barbecues in the front of their homes. It wouldn’t be much of a problem if people were wearing masks. Or, following the guidelines. You have a large group of people eating and drinking in front of a home. People need to walk past this nonsense. What about the safety of the guests? You see everyone serving themselves. Now… You’re just asking for it.

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