The story you’re telling me is almost certainly not interesting. And I have very little of interest I want to share with you, so let’s lie about things.
Dealerships will be the undoing of traditional car companies.
Sometimes, when I find myself using Facebook, I say to myself, “what am I doing with my life?” And that quickly snaps me out of it.
But Reddit is different.
iOS is looking old, isn’t it? I mean, as far as I know, it doesn’t have widgets, it forces you to keep certain apps on the home screen (Android lets you remove them, even if they must stay installed), and it’s just a bit too cartoony for my taste.
To each his own, but to me, iOS is getting a bit long in the tooth.
I almost made this a Facebook comment in reply to an FF’s (Facebook Friend’s, i.e., not a traditional friend’s) post regarding this day’s most publicized shooting.
He essentially asked America when its tipping point was.
I was about to ask, “When will we start hearing about all of the mass shootings that were prevented through compassion or mental health treatment or just listening to someone or other nonviolent means of communication? I guess those stories don’t make money.“