alternative to Fallon and Letterman

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« I want new friends. Social media allows me to keep old friends in an eactive state, so collecting new friends comes with no risk of deactivating old friends. I also want these new friends to be fun on twitter, and at least one time I want our friendship to include a knuckle bump, so a mutual claim of, “knowing one another” does not need further qualification. My office work is reinforced by my bucket and though business can change like the weather and I’ll be faced with sadness of no-new clients that risk of a decline in my office work feels low at the moment. My nonsense social activity on my bucket is awesome and becoming more awesome. My click-history reports present a favorable effect of my bucket. By my calculations I can become an internet star like @humansofny with less effort. The popularity of @humansofny is achieved by the pic-pro man being mobile, and I may achieve popularity without the, “mobile” part. My bucket is mobile yet I remain stationary for long periods of time, and my friends can find me rather than me hunting friends like @humansofny. This preamble is inspired by my new friend @jreadthegrim. He’s a black violinist from Newark, which are three words that are not commonly associated together. His musical ability was developed in Newark, and all traces of his heritage are American, so he’s not a President Barack Obama story where his father is African. There is no conspicuous evidence that his achievements were handed to him. His grandfather is not a tribal music man of rural Nigeria. @jreadthegrim is awesome, and I am pleased to have met him yesterday. Dear kind girlfriend of @jreadthegrim: Your man is attractive and just as I like that about him I trust you do too. As a man friend his attractiveness and popularity among women cannot be excessive. I am an aging middle-age man and my days when my charm was in it prime are behind me, so being near a man like your man cannot be overdone, but I trust for you it can become too much. By my calculations you got a good man, and please know his reference to you was immediate, sincere, and spontaneous. Sincerely, Tom Doody. @humansofny is an effective and popular guide to clicks, and foreshadowing events tells me my bucket will have comparable popularity. If the people I attract continue to have quality like @jreadthegrim, then I’ll become an evolved micro version of David Letterman. The endless blabbering of Letterman and Fallon are already boring to many people. My bucket offers flash appearances including a knuckle bump, twitter pic, and a link as an alternative to the half-century of traditional talk-show blabber. »» about me 201-490-9659 twitter nearlincoln@hotmail.com contact us

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middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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