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  • 4:50 pm on September 3, 2017 Permalink | Reply  

    Reagan: “i had NOTHING to do with kremlim. Except my new Reagan international hotel in moscow. I gotta.lobby for that shit you know? I have a cousin who went to Harvard, she’s got a tremendous body, very hot, the best brains, its in the genes folks. She had to lobby like hell to open her new office building in Zaire. Lobbied on him like a bitch, if you know what i mean. Hot stuff. Believe me, we make the best deals. How many hotels does Lying Carter have in the Lebensraum? None. Very bad mensch, folks. Oh and the meeting with the soviet embassador? Everyone does that, its routine stuff. Fake news, dont believe the failing new york times. You should check out Pravda, it means “truth” in Soviet language. No one knew this before. How is a paper called truth be lying for shit? People blacklisted in pravda were showing up dead next day. Slick, clean jobs. Its tremendous, folks, the Moscow Hotel is going to be the biggest in the world. I made the best deal with Krushnev. He also helped me with the elections last year. Completely legal stuff, believe me. Believe me. I won 137% of the vote. Its a win of epic proportions.”

     
  • 1:30 am on September 3, 2017 Permalink | Reply  

    how to use hotel batrooms during 24/7 protests 

    based on my gut guesses

    1. Best will be hotels with a roomy lounge and 1 manager on shift in evenings.
    2. Clean clothes. What would a tourist look like? I hoped an explorer hat would do the trick.
    3. First time will be hardest because you won’t know where the bathroom is. Ask those who already did it or check for floor plans. Otherwise, walk like you know where you are going, look straight ahead while exploring the periphery looking for the bathroom sign.
    4. Walk through the center of hallways and dont avoid eye contact with workers. Remember, you are a guest at the hotel and simply needed to do a bathroom stop before going upstairs.
    5. Don’t need to avoid nor greet people, like you would do if you stayed at the hotel. If they acknowledge you, smile and say good night.
    6. If you were coming back to the hotel after a rainy night, what would you do? That’s right, you would start to get comfortable. Don’t look like a person who will get right back out. Take off your hat or hood. Close your umbrella.
    7. Hold a smartphone on your hand, scroll through it and look like there’s something real interesting (or important) in there, while you walk. If you worked at the hotel, would you want to interrupt someone who looks like a guest who seems to be in the middle of something, just to ask for their hotel keys/ID? I haven’t tried this, but maybe even have a phone call? (Tone the volume down, it’s 4am)
    8. Made it to the bathroom? Enjoy producing something, and relax! No one’s gonna care about you on your way out.

     
  • 7:34 am on August 22, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: DREAM Action   

    Date usage to date, first week (managed by me only – there are other hotspot charges being incurred by other hotspots used by other staff)

    • Yongho: 11.7 GB (first day livestream, 5Ghz hotspots)
    • (Yongho, NAKASEC, KRC are Project Fi accounts)

    • NAKASEC: 18.7 GB (Days 2-3 livestream, 5Ghz hotspots)
    • KRC: 16.2 GB + 7.2 GB (hotspots)
    • T-Mobile One Plus: 32.9 GB (YouTube), 26.2 GB (Facebook)

    Cost to date: $117+$187+$162+$72+$90=$620

     
  • 8:49 pm on August 19, 2017 Permalink | Reply  

    I have cramps all over my back and chicken wings.

     
  • 7:09 pm on August 17, 2017 Permalink | Reply  

    Using Facebook because the people are there is like buying from Walmart because the products are affordable.

     
  • 2:25 pm on August 11, 2017 Permalink | Reply  

    i can’t find a way to have the campaign page to always display the current running live youtube smartphone stream, and, b) in the case it’s offline, display the latest video. (B being optional)

    There are solutions for webcam-generated live streams (called “live streams” by google, as opposed to smartphone-generated “live events”)

     
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