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We wanted to take the nation's grief and turn it into an opportunity to bring people together. And you know what brings people together? Faster network speeds. Affordable data plans. A brand new cell tower with 6G wireless internet.
You probably decided you wanted background music on while you worked on spreadsheets that no one will see that you do for fun and chose music that only people who toss around the word "milquetoast" listen to as your key aim.
Meet Rashida Owens. She's a single mother who has been making local headlines this week for her commitment to American businesses. In fact, she's been volunteering over 60 hours a week just to provide them an affordable source of labor.
“We understand people are angry about some of the unarmed-civilian-shooty stuff that's been going on,” said police chief Jack Driver, “but you can't just go out and make a fool of yourselves. You have to wait for the guy with the ball to get it in the thing, and then you are allowed to go out and flip some cars. Only under those circumstances will we not throw flashbangs at you.”