- AT&T Rep Billy Davis: Please disregard the bolding of the words. I pressed the wrong button. I think I type faster than what I think sometimes!!!
- Shane Barnes: no problem. that plus the exclamation points made my problem seem like your top priority.
Hello everyone, Shane and I have fixed our zombie problem with black and white paint.
We redid the the first two walls in support of Backdrop and nullified the 3 wall.
We did this because we felt that all of you worked too hard to wake up and see some goofs with spray paint make a mockery of your efforts by flipping your work into promotions for them.
One of the things that has helped Backdrop survive this long is hard work and we commend you all for keeping up that tradition by fighting with us every step of the way. We are all in this thing together as a family.
So, keep up the good work and stay committed.
People don’t care how you did something, just that it’s been done.
When I was a kid, I tried again and again to picture myself as I would be in the future. I stared into the mirror, right into my hazel eyes (the one part of me, I now know, that would not change with time) trying to imagine my head into a raisin. I was always sick of youth back then, unimpressed by recess and the days that seemed to go on forever. But try as I might, I never saw myself as an old man.