No, it's not a shooting.
I ended up noting store closings in the computer mall. Here is a sad video walk through of Galeria Jardin, the largest collection of computer stores in Buenos Aires.
My switch from a gaming laptop back to a Desktop is due to the lack of availability of large RAM chips for laptops. I got 32gb with another 32gb on order for my new desktop. I ended up having go back to get UPS batteries to avoid restarts when the lights go out. I also needed a microphone because mic and headphones need to be separate on the desktop config.
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I noticed just how many stores have given up, closed up shop and are now up for sale/rent. There were several that had closed in the last few days as a matter of fact. So I held my phone close to my chest and avoided security to grab some footage of the sad reality.
Thanks for taking the time.
Buenos Aires has allowed me to ride on my one-wheel, electric Segway for over six years without difficulties. Here is my latest ride, a two-km treck down the Avenue 9 de Julio starting at the Obelisco and ending in San Telmo. I have been starting to catch up on videos, creating and editing some of my experiences. I hope to get a bit more professional yet stay my goofy self as I progress in this endeaver.
I am also on Gab.com: https://gab.com/sponge-bob
Bittube: https://bit.tube/bobsponge (shutting down in Sept)
During the last eight months or so since I moved, this is the second time that a helicopter 'ambulance' has landed on the highway. All traffic stopped and a medical emergency tended to. I have no way of knowing the details but it says something about the country.
As I write, I see the bitchute experience has improved. I hope my video capture sense and skills one day will do the same.
If you want a twiiter short video -this is not it. I was sitting on my balcony watching the storm roll in, and I love lightning and "bucket-rain"
This is the second half of the video as I lost most of the orange evening sun at the bottom right and the rain washed in. My balcony is covered and I rarely get wet. If you love the relaxing nitrogen charged lightning and rain events. Sit back and enjoy.
Argentina: Saturday June 24th, Gustavo was up to take his shot at this monster burrito. Everyone in the Buenos Aires area flocked to San Telmo to see this man conquer the 70cm Burrito in 7 minutes. Find out more about Che Taco at my Steemit Blog:https://steemit.com/food/@sponge-bob/restaurant-review-che-taco-in-san-telmo-argentinaHere's a more recent post including how to enter this contest:https://steemit.com/food/@sponge-bob/che-taco-revisited-eating-contest-win-free-dinners-for-a-month
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When google decided to sell us, the users, to the government on one side and to the ad-sphere on the other, I decided that google is not going to have even one more dollar from me. And, Spongebob was born.
If the governments of the world are so interested in finding out what I think, they will need to find out what this cartoon fry-cook thinks first. When decentralized money and sites dominate the world, I may put a personal profile up again.
Until then, I'm a Goofy-goober yeah.