Can I say I’ve been #metoo’ed if I’m sitting on the subway and the man standing with his ass in my face has cropdus… https://t.co/1QyEtid3TG3 days ago
Wish I could have been there https://t.co/UC3cVKG75Q1 week ago
All I needed to see. Joining Today. @jacksonkrule https://t.co/sTx7mUAYrm #prisonersofthecoop2 weeks ago
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