I was the guy that could change your mind politically via Facebook

It seems like only yesterday that I would get up in the morning, grab a cup of coffee and sit down at my laptop, and change the world. It was easy, I would find some inflammatory story in the news, post it on my feed and wait a few minutes until the sharks took the chum.

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Just a guy with some thoughts. I love tech, my family, sports, politics and trying to find my place in this crazy world

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Just a guy with some thoughts. I love tech, my family, sports, politics and trying to find my place in this crazy world

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