1 space is all it took

you went to grab something of hers…and what you go to grab was not in that place you were reaching for. 1 space down had what you wanted but instead you were 1 space up. reaching for that you pulled out something of thought, only meant for that of one who would be able to comprehend the vast and complexity of the hand who wrote. questioning why you went 1 space up instead of down even though she told of 1 space down. questioning how to comprehend this hand of complexity made one wonder, how did you know that of which you grabbed was in that 1 space up? why did you grab that of which that was 1 space up? when the intention of the grabber was to become that of which had been enclosed 1 space up. you say that “I thought that of which I wanted was 1 space up”….he had helped her with that of the organization of the 1 space up and 1 space down. to that deceit had come about. going through 1’s space of which had the unintended left her to think “this space had that of which was never intended became the intended…and sought out through lie and deceit. how is now the question”

cendemtech:


Stop Spying on Santa! Reform Privacy Law
To the government, Santa may look suspicious. He travels all over the world. He has multiple aliases. And he has a long history of breaking and entering. 
But Santa isn’t the only one the government can snoop on. Did you know an absurdly outdated law says that police, the IRS, and hundreds of other agencies can read your email and other electronic communications without a warrant?
If you think it’s time for an update, check out this petition calling on the White House to support privacy reform. We have one day left to reach our goal of 100k signatures, and we’re getting close! Help us get there by signing and sharing this petition today:
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cendemtech:

Stop Spying on Santa! Reform Privacy Law

To the government, Santa may look suspicious. He travels all over the world. He has multiple aliases. And he has a long history of breaking and entering. 

But Santa isn’t the only one the government can snoop on. Did you know an absurdly outdated law says that police, the IRS, and hundreds of other agencies can read your email and other electronic communications without a warrant?

If you think it’s time for an update, check out this petition calling on the White House to support privacy reform. We have one day left to reach our goal of 100k signatures, and we’re getting close! Help us get there by signing and sharing this petition today:

http://stopspyingonsanta.com