Wikipedia's logo if a globe (with letters) kinda looks like the asteroid alert app's icon (of a lump of space debris)
I remember when Trump was lying to Americans saying if he were elected President, he would uncover what really happened on Sept. 11, 2001. It's been four years thus far with him in office and all I see in the foreseeable future, with his bill to restart fracking in California, is the obliteration of endangered species such as the California Condor, AND the genocide of the Chumash people whom it's been said believe the day this species of buzzard dies off, so too their people will disappear.
Of course, crazy shit happens on election years and COVID-19 is one of them. The previous year, there had been rumors that the AE911truth movement would file a lawsuit of sorts to get a federal grand jury to rule over the conspiracy theories that the Twin Towers could not have been demolished quite the way they were felled in 2001. In a nutshell, while jet fuel may have weakened the steel beams enough to collapse the building, it is not possible that jet fuel could have demolished the entire structure in one fell swoop as if it were controlled.https://www.ae911truth.org/news/512-lawyers-name-names-of-persons-with-material-information-in-9-11-grand-jury-filing
So what do I go do? I draw. Although I've left off a lot of minor details that can be considered irrelevant to the big picture in the sequence revisions I've written, it is all for the sake of making space for other irrelevant details that I will call up later in the story. What I'm having trouble with is the FLY. So far, what I'm turning in my head is the latest in popular daily issues: Covad-19 (Corona Virus). It is ironic that ELLE has not yet reached her apex as queen, and I'm sure I'll one day get to that point of merging her virtues with that of law enforcement uniform reform (hot pink), but the Zika virus is something that should probably put a damper on the tourism industry in sunny L.A. right? At least for honeymooners. Enter the Black-eyed Susan. I read online that dragonflies are attracted to this plant; also, that they eat about 100 mosquitos per day
Growing up with barbecues, we tried everything to control the flies. Candles, incense, insect repellant. Now that the barbecue scene no longer takes place as often, it isn't the flies that are problematic. It's the mosquitos. Everybody, I'm sure, hates being bitten. The itching and scratching creates rashes and sores for me because I never really made it a habit to use cortisone or to even nip it in the bud by using mosquito repellant. Why, I wonder, isn't there something in my sequences that reflects the horrible summer blues? Elle's backstory begins in New York, and a nicely arranged scene depicting the humid discomfort of dealing with mosquitos would fit perfectly somewhere so that Elle's transformation from nerdy nobody to femme fatale takes place during her relocation to the west coast.
Slow and depressing but essential as I try to set a mind frame for Elle who must carry the second act with compelling conviction as a business student in the 80s.
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Over time, I began to discover all the apps out there for music lovers and started downloading stuff like Pitch Perfect, Guitar Chords, Score Creator. I spend more time exploring the bundled apps that came with my current iPhone: PocketGuitar and GarageBand. Now if I could only find an app that will help me stretch my pinky finger to the proper fret for a crisp, clean chord, it would be a perfect world.
It doesn't really work on this Sonim device