Let’s see, Brazil, Mexico, England, and now the French. Edward Snowden released information on how the N.S.A. is spying on French citizens. The N.S.A hacked 7* million emails** of French citizens. If we keep this spying thing up, we’re not going to have any friends left. Every country will turn against us. I think that would be very good for us targets. If other countries start mistrusting the U.S., then we’ll have a country to go to. We won’t have to worry about being a target in another country. I hope Edward Snowden keeps releasing information on all the spying the U.S. is doing. He’s definitely my hero. Good job, Edward Snowden. Keep up the good work. Keep on releasing all the information you have.
No apartment yet. I returned to the apartment complex I told you I felt safe in. Well, this time it was a different story. Perps surrounded me everywhere I went. I guess it was an off day for the perps when I visited the apartment complex the first time. I walked into the manager’s office and he seemed like a different person. His face even looked different. There wasn’t the smile that I saw the first time. This time, he looked at me as if he was seeing someone very strange. I asked him, “Is the studio I looked at on Saturday still available?” He hesitated before he spoke. He replied, “No, it’s been rented.” I could tell by his response that he was not telling me the truth. I’m very good with body language. He seemed nervous. Did he think I was going to do something to him? He began twirling his wedding ring around. I know when a man does this, it means something. I don’t know what it means, but it told me he was lying to me. Anyway, I replied, “Well, I took a chance by not taking the apartment. I guess it’s not really meant for me to have .” I said “thank you” and left. Not only did the complex manager act weird, but perps were coming out of the woodwork in the complex. And the area surrounding the complex was even dirtier and seedier than I remembered it. So I guess I’m glad someone else rented(?) the apartment. I’m glad I didn’t take the apartment. They say God watches out for children and idiots, or something like that, so maybe he was watching out for me (even though I’m not too much of a believer).
So, on with the hunt…
Correction: *70 million **phone calls
Look for condo rentals, if there are more owner occupied units there may be less harassment.
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All the people in my neighborhood own their homes, and they harass me and my husband. I doubt it would make any difference. Personally, the last thing I would ever do is buy a condo. I wouldn’t want to be tied to a place that can decrease in value, while living in an apartment-type environment.
Have you checked Craigslist.com for apartments in Las Vegas? If you could rent a condo where most of the other units are owner occupied there might be less harassment.
Sounds like someone had been talking to the manager about you. I hope you do find one, and take it before they get “informed” with the lies they tell about you. I’m not sure, but I always thought when a man twirls his wedding ring, it’s a signal not to try to start a romantic relationship with him. If that’s the case, what gall!
Edward Snowden has promised not to say anything new, but I too hope the info he left behind gets distributed far and wide.
I’m sure if he didn’t know about me, one of the perps informed him. They’re all such snitches.
Yeah, I was guessing someone told him you were some kind of slut, and to watch out that you didn’t try to pick up on him. Creeps!
Believe me, if I were a slut, the creep would have been the last person I’d pick up. He was so ugly. He reminded me of a toad. He had bumps all over his face.
God is near to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit.
I certainly hope this is true. Thanks.
Not familiar with that saying, so its not in the Bible, but somebody made it up. He does watch out for us.
I don’t know who wrote this, but it’s an interesting remark.