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Now that we have the Chinese flu, most people have decided not to smile. They just just walk around with their masks on, looking straight ahead, without making eye contact; just like the yankees do on the sidewalks of New York City. I never wear a mask and if people will make eye contact I smile or

 say

 hello.

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1 hour ago, yawarakai said:

Me.  Singing helps pass time

You've got a great voice!

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Wearing a mask does make it harder to smile at people, but I do it anyway. I hope they can see the twinkle in my eye. And out here, people still do make eye contact, so they can see my eyes.

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21 hours ago, Micaiah said:

Heck, dude! You're not bad! Not bad at all!

 

#BeautifulMusic #SuperEncouraging

 

Thanks

 

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On 6/14/2020 at 1:54 PM, yawarakai said:
On 6/14/2020 at 1:25 PM, suspensewriter said:

Who is that guy, @yawarakai?

Me.  Singing helps pass time

 

Awesome, Y! Such a nice voice! So glad you posted this! :D

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