telcommunications

you know – an interesting concept: what does it all mean? Artificial intelligence. The common calculator is artificially all up in our busines whereas no subversion is automatically assumed by a seemingly innocuous object, but these days we are www in the throw of items as useful as our common (some not as common as a usual telecommunication device.) There are i-phones, there are top of the line zamsungs that allow we humans to have a running conversation with the wild, too costly hand-held Mac’s. Things like this subject were pondered by David as far back as 1987 while camping with my Mom and Dad at Brazos Bend State Park south of Houston. Late on one hot summer night: there was Dave, under a most magical ✨ starry sky.

Michael Score was in my ears as I went for ‘a restroom visit,” leaving my beloved parent’s so cozy in Dad’s Cabela’s siX-person tent among the cicadas and occasional barn owl hoot that audibly? appeared to minds that were tuned into said frequencies. The stillness of night… 🌙 [where is that graphic come from?] a crescent moon? See. that’s what I’m talking about. It’s not common knowledge the completely non- obvious connections that are so obvious.

We may not draw opinion of just where we are going with these lines of letters.

Some are not use to their concentrated thoughts evolving between audio and visual messages. This might be what’s meant by ”out-of-your-mind;” like are you away from the organ that develops so many sensations into one idea that is like a rubber ball bouncing around our heads into a pre-formatted opinion we are all able to claim as our own, and shapes each of our own perspectives and opinion we form? interesting, eh… sure it is.

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