Typing This On My Phone Keyboard: Samsung Recalls a Phone We All Wanted

Hello all,
Well, all you Android and Samsung peeps, the Note 7 is being recalled due to explosion and fire risk. I’m typing this on my phone keyboard, my K480, but the Samsung keyboard is not compatible with physical Bluetooth keyboards. Ugh. But this works well with my phone as long as I’m using the Google Keyboard. Therefore, I must place the blame on Samsung. Any case, I’m having a trip to the dollar store to get food.
And btw, we’re having some issues with our shopper being sick a lot, and she’s been sick a week. We would like it better if we had better supports and people who could help with picking out food that both of us can eat, and I have to keep us fed, but I’m not staying cooped up in the house. Period. And getting a sheltered work job is not a good idea because it would burn out the relationship I’ve built with this guy, trust me, it is not a good idea. I’ll be happy to spend all of anyone’s money on defeating and destroying internet trolls like Ivan S., age 16, whose money shouldn’t matter. Besides, a minor like that shouldn’t be paying taxes until he’s eighteen because well, it’s the American law.
I’m not kidding. I’m seriously wanting to make sure that we can get food from the store, but we don’t have any carry mechanisms except backpacks and messenger bags. Ugh. I want to have two weeks worth of food and drink, but what if the dollar store doesn’t offer help or the things we need? I’m not expecting much, but we shouldn’t have cooped up days to look forward to. I’ll have a crappy birthday because of the lack of support and a sick worker. She could have the flu for all I know, but I can’t tell anyone about it. We’ve got no money now almost and owe $40 for a bed. Ugh. This is getting stupid. We still need to buy toilet paper. I have a favor to ask the U.S. government right now. Give us twice what we’re worth because you can’t get us to work right? Because employers won’t hire, and there are trolls out there who might think this is a joke, but try filling out eight apps and they come back no. Try being a disabled female whose family abused her for years, psychological and verbal mostly, and tried to scare her fiance into not allowing her to marry him. This is a serious matter, and don’t punish us for being married. Churches will bar me and Trenton from membership in certain contexts because we’re unmarried, and a church is the best supports we can get at this point. Because of my family, we have none. His family is out east, and we need a shelter or home out east, somewhere where it’s just us and nobody else. Just us, kids, and pets. And a neighborhood where it’s safe to ride your bike around and play with other children on the street if you’re a kid, or it can be a big city, but we’d have to go to parks a lot to give the kids their daily activity. No Chucky E. Cheese’s. I don’t quite need all the crap we’re already getting. Anyhow, if there’s anyone in the Colorado area who reads this, please feel free to give us a pointer or two. The job I’m looking for may never come, and we still need to finance a wedding in another world. Ugh.

Kids’ TV programming Has Become Too much, Too Insipid

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Do you guys remember how much, or how little, TV kids got in the old days? What’s going on today with children and TV is anything but good, and some things just aren’t cool. For instance, today, some kids can watch the Sesame Street shows today, but they’ve greatly changed the programming on the show. I’m struggling to type this post without errors because of the visual editor, so bear with me y’all.

There are two types of people in this world. Those who are fattening their children up and those who don’t. Seems this country is divided by obese and thin, rich and poor, etc. Trent and myself being as poor as we are, we still owe it to ourselves to go out on errands, but due to transport limits on us, since we cannot obtain a government issued driver license, we are forced to use Uber or Lyft or any other transport to get the kind of treatment we so need. I’ve had to use NEMT transportation, but I’m seriously getting sick of it, and service is so poor in these companies that it is questionable if we can go to couples’ counseling appointments. You may be asking what this has to do with anything, wel 

We’ve seriously run into a problem with Lucky You and Alpha Paratransit gravely monopolizing the NEMT Call Healthcare system. Those trips are only for doctor appointments, and for that being only for medical appointments, we receive poor service. People are not being taught, either through television or other means, to serve equally and speak a higher form of English. I feel the basic English tests are not enough for us. We want disability awareness skills, training so that the driver does not forcibly put seatbelts on or strap  us on the seat like we’re freaked out and helpless. This could put Trenton in some form of anxiety mode and myself? Since I’m female and able to speak, it makes the difference. Some of these drivers don’t know how to keep their hands off women. We must receive equal service that even a rich person would receive. Therefore, it is highly advised that Med Transit up the anti on drivers who don’t speak English because these guys didn’t learn it when they were young. It is serious what this kind of treatment does to us. The guys like to speak their native language in front of their passengers, putting us at risk, and it’s not funny or cute, it’s a form of isolation.

Whatever happened to the days when Barney taught us good manners? Barney the infamous purple people eater of sorts actually had one or two good little bits of gem and jewel in that particular field. What would Barney say today? He would say to the infamous drivers, do not use your native tongue in front of a passenger who can’t speak it, duh. But here’s something: a better show, Arthur, famed for its illustrious dialogue and pictures in Marc Brown’s famous books, teaches us that different languages can divide. Sign language is great for the deaf and those who want to talk with their hands in a silent room, but trust me, being in a room full of signers was a bit scary on my part. Not to say sign language is bad, it is awesome if you need it. Europeans and ancient native First Nations communicated in what is called “Indian sign language.” But one of the things that makes language so important is a dangerous situation. There was a driver with Alpha who rear ended with another car. We were going under ten miles per hour when someone crashed into the back of the car. The driver was irresponsible and did not call the police or give accurate Street coordinates to the police or possibly the paramedics because of limited English skills. This hurts me and if it had been any worse, I could’ve died on impact. Luckily, I got home and was able to wake up good.

A simple child’s program like Arthur can teach about friendships and conflict resolution, but other shows are just plain insipid. The key to making great citizens isn’t how much your child knows from TV, but how much time you the parent puts into raising he, they, the child. This is not effortless, and being polite to foreigners is not being taught properly in U.S. families and schools. We are currently in a political environment tthat promotes political fighting, not productive democracy, and we’ve abused our self righteous crap as Americans by telling all other folks to “go back to your country.” Learning a new language is fun, but you must be able to learn the culture associated with that language. Spanish is most popular, so does not count. Therefore, learning French would be cool. Imagine a school where Swahili or other African languages was taught. Not only are words and conjugate taught, but you’d learn the songs, art, and poetry of that cultural set. That’s what we did in Professor Buster’s Spanish classes, and I’m told the Latin instructors at my high school were excellent at teaching Roman and root cultures that became the ones who know us, the ones we know as well.

We can’t truly get culture lessons like these with today’s TV programs unless you do what Barney used to say, “Use your imagination.” Wherever did that go?

It used to be that you could give a kid of any age a box of Lego blocks, and they’d build a Lego house. She’s build their own world or the Harry Potter set perhaps. However, a lot of things have become prepackaged. Give someone Play Dough, and see what they do. I’ve rolled balls, made pancakes, although I could not eat the pancakes I “made” with the dough. You can, however, make your own play slimes as was demonstrated with some parents of blind kids I’ve seen.

So what are you waiting for? Use your brains, you guys, come up with better ways to serve all of us.