Exactly. So granted my intial tweet wasn’t the best idea. Never thought it was to begin with. But it only makes sense considering how we already operate from a privatization perspective. Thank you for not giving me the spades treatment and actually chatting with me. ✌? https://t.co/LpipwWIFIt
How many calls over the past 5-10 years have we made though? This isn’t the first time USPS has struggled in recent history. And we were right there. When is our gov going to actually support us and give @USPS better capabilities? Why is this a debate? It helps everyone, right? https://t.co/wBLPN4Fo7t
So what do I want. Because right now I have no mail. And a lot of Black owned businesses who rely on USPS are suffering. So what are some ways regular people like you and me can do besides voting? https://t.co/3KysgGrdlr
Aw. Twitter paid attention to my stupid ass idea about the mail. I feel loved. ? thanks for sharing your points guys. I still don’t understand why it’s a bad idea—other than a thousands of my Black peers saying NOOOO! But, like spades, I’m sure I will understand later. Thanks.
Candyman was released in 1992.
Seven years later, Destiny’s Child released “The Writing’s on the Wall.” “Say My Name” is the hit. 21 years after that (3 times 7, as in say his name 3 times) Candyman is back with help from Destiny’s Children. Everything happens for a reason guys https://t.co/EVEmrNNLhN