I’ve spent so much time this year, around the same sex marriage issue, and the elections, Ebola, and the economy. I try not to comment on things unless I have at least a basic understanding of them, which is more than I can say for some. Right now, I feel like not many people have appreciated my comments, beyond those who agree with them completely, which means I am just wasting everyone’s time. So, at least until after elections, you won’t see me here. Unfortunately, I can’t turn off my account without disabling numerous pages and apps for which I am the sole administrator, which would be inconvenient for several friends and clients, or I would. If you’re my friend, you can see my email and cell number on my contacts, so if you need me, use that. See you here sometime after I vote.

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Thanks Katherine White Foster for the tickets to Carrie

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I have two kinds of conservative friends- those who realize that the stuff coming out of Raleigh, the Koch brothers, and the Tea Party is crap (and who are smart enough not to post any of it on Facebook), and those who don’t (and therefore repost it for me to see). If you’re in the former group, thanks for sharing your views, and helping me keep an open mind. If you’re in the latter group, do yourself a favor and unfriend me now before I call you out.

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Used Apple Pay at BP, Walgreens, and Home Depot. It worked great.

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Here’s the thing about Ebola quarantines. Medical professionals nobly volunteer to help those suffering. They take every precaution while there, then fly home, travel within the U.S., and then get sick. Why do they expect the public to take their word that they are not a danger, when they were wrong about getting it in the first place? They should be given every luxury while in quarantine, but it makes sense to force them to stay out of public places for 21 days. Scientists who are saying that it’s not that contagious while simultaneously contracting it need to reevaluate their science.

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At Walgreens. I wanna be sedated is playing on Muzak. God help me.

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This just in: Republican candidates urge book banning because of the danger of Ebola transmission by librarians.

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I’m ready to lose friends on the same sex marriage issue. If you post stuff opposing it, then you’re opposing my civil rights, and you’re not my “friend.” We can be civil in the street, and if someone threatens your rights, I’ll defend them, but don’t think you’re my friend.

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The court decision which legalized same sex marriage in NC was one of freedom of religion. Some people don’t seem to realize that. The plaintiffs were various ministers and others who felt that Amendment One violated their freedom of religion, and the judge agreed. If you disagree with that, then you think that the government has authority to decide which sacraments are legit. You and the sharia law people.

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Well I went ahead and bought season basketball tickets for Wake Forest Basketball again this year, because they called me. Looking forward to a new coach this season. I had passed last year because we couldn’t afford it, financially or emotionally. They have a deal now where you get two seats behind the basket for $225 total. That’s less than half what the cheapest seats were last year– 19 games, or 38 total tickets, about $5.92 a ticket, and includes Duke, NC State, and UNC.

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