¿Me? abusive

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« The notice from Grubhub that my account was suspended, because I was abusive to restaurant people was tramatic. I could feel a sense of being pushed down, so I posted promptly, and even before I finished breakfast and told Hana a man who writes under pseudonyms commented seeming to write the Grubhub pressure was insufficient, and I needed to be reminded I’m a Liberal, and I should realize at least one person thinks I am deserving of more negative feedback. The “abusive” comment through Grubhub resulting in my suspension was also anonymous, and I gathered myself, and rolled to NYC with a plan B, and replied to the “abusive” complaint. Unexpectedly, the Grubhub reply came promptly, and I was reinstated. Penn Station is great for two reasons: ONE: Kmart sells a nice German pilsner in a right-sized mid-day can for two USD TWO: the station allows open containers. As I enjoyed my beer I discovered a like on twitter from a very old tweet, and it linked to an audio that is being converted and it will be the freshest vid on my youtube channel in a moment. The audio was emotionally meaningful to me as I heard it while viewing the subject in the Met Museum of Art NYC 2June2019, which is the day my first born son, David 1988 – 2007, was born (now deceased). A stranger with an anonymous twitter account liked a meaningful tweet, and I discovered it at a needy moment. I have reason to complain that anonymous people can hurt me, but anonymous people also help me. One twitter like at the right moment was perfect. If not the Annabelle like on twitter it would have been something else to bouy me up. Making myself available to anonymous people also makes me vulnerable. Today netted positive. »» about me 302-990-2346 contact

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