UNPLUG

You
are something
I’ve
never
tried before.

Life is tricky.  So easy to settle for shit and not even notice.   Then you came along and I started remembering things.

We have so much to talk about.  You asked where my family lives.  A simple question but I liked telling you all about it.

First, allow me to tell you

about those crazy kids these days.

Vacant lots, logged on long enough

to update their status

on Facebook.

Because they believe what they’re doing that moment is worthy of an announcement in 3rd person.  My own personal .02:  I insist you unplug.  Let us all wonder if you are going grocery shopping, or on the can, or thinking about doing yoga later.

Be mysterious.

You aren’t missing anything except your freedom.  With updates, come social responsibility.  People are going to expect that you know what they are doing too, and if you don’t prepare to be a self-absorbed jerkoff. 

All this updating and keeping up

is time consuming

and unnecessary

that’s all I’m saying on the topic of social networking.  No, wait:  Take those applications off your cell phone too.

be free.

cheers.

 “The way we communicate with others and with ourselves ultimately determines the quality of our lives.”–Anthony Robbins

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