almost exclusively

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« Trevor took another comedy shot at Sean Hannity’s expense last night. He leveraged Sean’s use of, “almost exclusively” used by Sean in his effort to extinguish the notion there is something troubling in his relationship with Michael Cohen. Sean has put himself under comedy-writer’s microscope, which has the potential to make something out of nothing, but . . . Dear kind readers: If you were to imagine your own use of this phrase to minimize something. For example, imagine yourself as a evangelical Christian heterosexual man explaining why you were seen with a known female prostitute, and your reply, “my relationship with the prostitute is almost exclusively about getting her to follow Jesus”. Sincerely, Tom Doody. “Almost exclusively” was used in Sean’s effort to smother curiosity about his relationship with Michael Cohen, but the phrase has the opposite effect. »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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bank fraud

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« Dear my Prefix amigos: Prefix won, and Marosan lost, because he did not respond. I’ve been a victim of crime like Maronsan’s against Prefix, but Marosan used the US banking system rather than phantom internet profiles that stole from me in the passed. It is more difficult than ever to use the US banking system with false identity, so Marosan’s crime could be (but won’t be) prosecuted. The net is if Prefix continues to keep good records and recordings, then we can expect to beat criminal attempts in the future, ciao Tomas »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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¿Yellow? thing

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« The yellow thing I put in social media chat pictures is made from Crayola Crayons colored plastic coin banks . . any HDPE plastic is good including milk bottles or the large oil jugs used in Chinese restaurants and bakeries. ONE: make a mold with cardboard that is slightly larger than the sunglasses I’ll store inside TWO: cover the cardboard mold with aluminum foil THREE: with oven at 350 add pieces of plastic one layer at a time to cover the mold FOUR: sometimes manual shaping is needed FIVE: turn the over off and let it cool inside the oven with the door closed. I trim with several common hardware-store cutters where the blades meet like a nail clipper and not like a scissors. The binding plastic that holds the glasses to the case is made from plastic of common grocery bags. The width of the plastic is determined by passing the plastic bag through a punched hole. The plastic is cut with increasing width, and the width where the bag stops is used to measure the width of the final binding plastic. This is the coolest part: no elastic; no springs like active-wear rain coats. »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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late invoice

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« Dear kind person at lowshiprates: Thank you for the reminder to pay an invoice. Your system still requires me to get the invoices by checking on lowshiprates.com rather than an auto email. The lack of auto notice is not related to my late payment. I had three discrepancies that needed to be reconciled. Two weight and one address error. I am not filing disputes, and I plan to pay on Thursday. Sincerely, Tom Doody »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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square

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« Dear my Prefix amigos: Prefix has a square account, and with wifi and a brief delay I can download the app, and send a square invoice. The app occupies three times the storage space as the paypal app, and considering Prefix’s status with Paypal it’s best to continue Paypal as our primary invoice method ciao Tomas »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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¿Yellow? thing

it’s a glass case4reading glasses and sun glasses . . . it’s custom designed and made by me w ubereats food delivery in mind . . . if u imagine a middle-age man who needs reading glasses2c his phone and sun glasses2ride a bicycle in NYC then imagine the frequency that this middle-man might have2switch from sun2reading glasses then u’ll b gin2understand . . . it hangs off my delivery backpack and puts sun and reading glasses in reach . . . . . the problem it fixes is access . . . eye can’t put anything in pockets bc a heat up causes me2strip . . . and then eye dig4my glasses like an amateur . . . u didn’t ask why do eye photo it or how did eye make it . . . happy2anwer if u do ask . . . cold wind and rain2day . . . even the short walk2Hana’s bus stop and the barrio cafe left me changing wet close in my home-office

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Starbucks police

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« Two black men were arrested in a Philadelphia Starbucks for trespassing, and the public reaction is appropriately mixed. I’m easily in the double digits in the recent decade for being asked to leave businesses, and I would expect to be arrested if I refused. The Starbucks employees who have to police their seating area are the heros and the victims. They did their job in a way that seems without error, and yet their CEO’s effusive apology indicates he supports the men who trespassed, and not the employees. By my unofficial survey three of the most difficult NYC seating areas to police are the two Starbucks at Penn Station, and the one Starbucks at PABT, and I feel the PABT one edgest out the other two as: NYC worst seating area for Starbucks employees to police. My frequent patronage of Starbucks PABT allows me to see another angle of the Philadelphia trespassing alleged racism story, so I repeat the evidence it might not be all about race: I’m white and I get asked to leave businesses. No vid of me leaving has any reason to become viral. »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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