Most of Us Are Old Enough To Remember

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Tetris was our TikTok. Diss records and replies of Drive-bys consisting of no less than six shots, was what we called hip hop.

I’m from an era that murdered Pac and Robocop then tried to rebirth both for a dollar and a photo op.

For some of us, our only friend was a dead Teddy Ruxspin or a busted Nintendo — It was not a Gameboy.

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Writing About the Human Condition, via My Thoughts, Observations, Experiences, and Opinions — Founder of Journal of Journeys and BRB INC ©

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