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Here's my Year in Review. https://www.miamiherald.com/living/liv-columns-blogs/dave-barry/article238523668.html
This morning I was reminded this morning of an incident this week.
I was laughed at for writing sci-fi/fantasy as an author.
“You do know you’re an adult that lives in the real world don’t you?”
So just to prove a point, retweet if you’re an adult who reads sci-fi/fantasy.
Welcome to Twitter. If you do not have a person who misrepresents your position on a topic, one will be provided to you.Detroit Free Press@freep
No company runs and hides from social media like a wireless provider in an outage. Why not be proactive? Otherwise, customers think it's just them and overload call centers unnecessarily. https://twitter.com/freep/status/1184905439571525634
Verizon outage affecting Michigan customers, leading to missed calls, texts http://rssfeeds.freep.com/~/607899772/0/freep/home~Verizon-outage-affecting-Michigan-customers-leading-to-missed-calls-texts/
5-year-old: Can I wear my Halloween costume?
5: Why not?
Me: It's not Halloween.
5: That's what you said yesterday.
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