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FlyingVProd

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Re: Home
« Reply #15 on: April 09, 2020, 05:12:43 PM »

The setup of my apartment here in Anaheim is like Tony's house on the television show "I Dream of Jeannie" and the French doors are the same and everything. His house on the show is in Cape Canaveral, Florida, where the Kennedy Space Center is, and of course he is an astronaut on the show. Barbara Eden played Jeannie on the show, she was very hot and sexy, she was every man's dream. It was a great show.

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Tony V.
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« Reply #16 on: May 02, 2020, 08:12:41 PM »

When this crisis is over, it would be nice if we could have more people working from home, and it would be nice if we could keep the freeways open and if we could keep the air clean, etc. Right now the air is so nice and clean, and there are hardly any cars on the roads, it is great. I hope we do not go back to crowded freeways and traffic jams.

We need to plan better, and build communities better. Every neighborhood should have a store and a pharmacy, so people can shop local, and people can work from home, also there can be factories and stuff close to the housing. We should make things better than how it was before, we need to be smarter. And more people can ride bicycles like I do, etc, with good planning then people do not even need cars.

Some great manufacturing can happen in Mojave. They can build electric Corvettes, and electric Jeeps. They can build many great things. And they can manufacture solar panels and all of the stuff for clean energy. When we build our high speed train between Los Angeles and Lancaster, and between Vegas and Anaheim, they can manufacture the trains in Mojave. They can also build fast new planes like the Concorde only better and faster, to bring air travel into the future. Lots of great jobs can be created in Mojave, and that will mean that all of those people will not be stuck in traffic. They can live in Quartz Hill and Lancaster and they can work in Mojave, etc. Instead of spending 5 hours a day stuck in traffic, they can simply work in Mojave. And the people can be trained for the jobs at AVC.

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« Reply #17 on: May 03, 2020, 04:44:48 PM »

A couple of good safety tips for those of you who are moving to California on your own for the first time...

Do not open the door of your apartment when someone knocks if you are not expecting company. That was the first thing that our former manager Esperanza told me when I moved into this apartment, she said to lock the door and do not open it unless I am expecting company. You can avoid a lot of drama by not opening the door, and it might even save your life.

Do not let strangers into your apartment for any reason. When I first moved in it was a hot summer night, and I was listening to music out on my balcony, drinking beer, and I was loving my new apartment, and a beautiful woman walked by under my balcony, and so we talked, and she wanted to come up to my apartment, and I had to tell her "No." She was beautiful, but I do not allow strangers into my apartment. She could have been mentally ill. She could have said that I tried to rape her. You just never know. Plus people steal, I let a guy use my bathroom once and he stole my expensive cologne. Do not let strangers into your apartment.

Also, your home is your castle. You need to feel safe and comfortable in your home. Your home is your sanctuary. Do not let anyone be abusive to you in any way in your own home, make them leave and do not allow them into your home. It is your home, you need to feel safe in your home. No one should be allowed to abuse you in your own home, make them leave and do not invite them into your home. And in Florida you can shoot someone with a gun if they threaten your safety in your own home, and it should be that way everywhere.

You need to be safe at home, and you need to be able to enjoy your home. I have lived in a lot of bad neighborhoods, and I have survived from being smart and by not opening the door when strangers come unannounced, and by not allowing strangers into my apartment.

Also, if a woman is married, you should not be alone with her in your apartment, or if she has a boyfriend. You do not want people to get the wrong idea. You have to avoid inappropriate situations.

It is great to have your own apartment in Southern California, but for those of you who are on your own for the first time then you need to be careful and you need to take precautions.

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Tony V.
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