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Today, for the first time in recent memory, I came across an unravelled spool of cassette tape on the side of the road.
On the same walk I passed three televisions.

There's a house at the end of my street. It's not a mansion, but it's large. It's a mansion in the same way that a Big Mac is a meal.
What makes me laugh about this house is that there is a living room on both floors. Each room has a large, flat screen TV which brightly broadcasts into the room, through the untwisted blinds and out onto the street.

Sometimes when I pass by the family is divided among both living rooms, watching the same show. It's a little bit sad.
Technology is doing weird things to us

I thought the sky was about to @reply me, hashtag #spring

I thought the sky was about to @reply me, hashtag #spring


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