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Test post to see if this appears over on Facebook.
All azaleas are rhododron but not vice versa. Pale faces overdressed with too many dark (read black) colours in June make me vomit many colours and colors. Colour black matter as much as my life in rose. Pigeons lesson ftom adjacent person annoying and slickly fucked up. How’s the smoking? People intensely not interested în … More Thoughts
Melanie’s post about aspiring to write something got me motivated today. A day in which, otherwise, offered little in the way of motivation beyond the ordinary home-brewed cup of coffee. It’s another sunless day the 28th in a row. I almost long for those bright arctic days painfully clear but perussive with colors. Almost…except the balloons … More Prompt about balloons and a house. Thanks to Melanie my latest follower
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She was the original protagonist an Aunty Gen minus the gin. The accesorized 360 degree view helped the triumvarite of dreamscapers find the needed character mold. A veritable impression left by a 542 year old blood sausage. The hampstead heath was her domain of new and old. Thee weesome bucks around the mark were solidly … More Some kind of story
Anyone have some tips on how to keep writing when you don’t feel motivated? Maybe I do too much live streaming and blogging has run out of gas due to lack of instant interaction. At last count, there are over 30 main stream live apps out there. Everyone is trying to build engagement for their … More Day 20 and 21
Yep, going to tackle 2 in one to get caught up.I might do a bit of poetry after tackling this article on net neutrality that I came across today. Tomorrow is Inauguration Day so it is appropriate to discuss change. But what has changed so far? The choppers will be circling looking for a story as protests … More Day 18 and 19
Recently, the Supreme court heard a case on allegedly offensive trademarks that a performing artist among others tried to pass through patent. The eight justices heard arguments in a case involving a Portland, Oregon-based Asian-American dance-rock band called The Slants that was denied a trademark on their name because the government deemed it offensive to people of … More Patently absurd? Day Seventeen.