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Contact Us,It’s been said that some Republican candidates run their campaigns based on the politics of fear. They constantly remind their base of any potentially scary issue in the world as if they were Boy Scout troop leaders telling ghost stories around a campfire, and then present themselves as the only people fit to save them from all the frightening phenomena out there. Often the message seems to be, “Vote for me or ISIS will kill you.”

This isn’t actually anything surprising or novel in politics. Democrats engage in their own form of it from time to time, too.

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Yet, it takes a very special candidate to somehow turn a question about his choice of footwear into a rant about how ISIS is going to kill us and China is going to do, well, something to us.

That candidate is Miami’s own Marco Rubio.

In case you missed it, over the weekend he was snapped in New Hampshire wearing a pair of heeled boots. Fittingly enough, they’re called “Cuban heels,” and they are about an inch to an inch and half higher than what’s considered standard for boring politician fashion in America.

New York Times political reporter Michael Barbaro tweeted about the “fashionable” footwear,
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and the thing somehow steamrolled into a mini meme.

Marco Rubio is rocking some seriously fashionable black boots today in New Hampshire. Something a little silly occurs and the internet latches on for LOLs, retweets, and page views.

In a primary where each candidates are just running around saying the same old thing everywhere they go, it’s almost to be expected.

Vanity Fair tried to locate Rubio’s boots for sale. Elle, a fashion magazine, wondered who wore them better: Rubio or One Direction member Harry Styles. The Cut had a few laughs. The little sideshow stayed mostly in the lifestyle and fashion portions of the internet, where it belonged.

Notably, meme factory Buzzfeed didn’t even feel Rubio’s booties were worth a listicle. It appears even snarky political blog Wonkette stayed out of the fray.

Then something strange happened.

The Ted Cruz campaign decided to elevate the mini hysteria about Rubie’s footwear from the online fashion press into the realm of actual politics.

Members of Cruz’s press team started taunting Rubio about the boots on Twitter. Cruz’s rapid response director, Brian Phillip. sent out a snarky tweet that read, “Rubio supports Italian boots on the ground.” Rick Tyler, Cruz’s communication director, also tweeted out a link to that the Cut article. Fellow candidates Rand Paul and Carly Fiorina also razed Rubio about the boots on Twitter.
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Amid questions about tensions in the Middle East and research dollars for Alzheimer Marco Rubio on Thursday fielded a question about his shoes. Yes, his shoes.

The White House candidate is campaigning in show covered New Hampshire, where voters are scheduled to cast their ballots on Feb. 9. As is custom, Rubio opens his events for questions and comments from all comers. And one voter in Nashua,
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New Hampshire, wanted to praise Rubio decision to ditch a pair of heeled boots that won him mockery online.

The minor brouhaha started Monday, when a New York Times political correspondent tweeted a picture of the black boots. It quickly became a Thing in this campaign. Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul called them cute. Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush said his own shoes weren high heeled. Texas Sen. Ted Cruz spokesman said vote for Marco Rubio is a vote for men high heeled booties. Former HP CEO Carly Fiorina asked Rubio is he could wear boots with heels as high as hers. ANd Politico tracked down the maker: Florsheim. The whole incident was a reminder that politics can be petty and trivial.

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“I worked in Europe as a costume designer assistant and later as costume designer for operas, theatrical plays, films, television productions, commercials and music videos,” he said. “I lived in Florence, Italy, before moving to Texas in 2009.” He got another college degree, in humanities with a minor in German, at Stetson University in Florida.

“In 2014, I was able to focus again on my artistic career as costume designer for two Mad Cow Theatre productions in Orlando, Fla.,” he said. “The same year, I moved to Minneapolis, where I have been costume designer for several productions of the Classical Actors Ensemble, St. Mary’s University in Winona, CLIMB Theatre in Minneapolis, and recently I became resident costume designer at the Rochester Civic Theatre for the 2016 2017 season.”

Late in my life I discovered, with great surprise, that one my grandfathers was a famous tailor. Unfortunately, I never had the chance to get to know him, as he passed away before I was born. Sometimes, I think his talent has been transferred to me through the genes.

Has your style changed with your stages in life?

It has changed according to the use of new and different materials and fabrics, though it has remained somehow faithful to clear, straight lines without frills.

Would you tell us a little about your various wardrobes?

When working, usually I try to wear “functional” clothes. I mean a sweater or hoodie with pockets as well as a pair of cargo trousers, which have lots of pockets. They are truly helpful if running around for costume fittings and/or rehearsals.

For casual or important events, I prefer a proper and yet comfortable look, which reflects my personality. I prefer to look elegant without appearing stiff.

Is putting together your style similar to costuming?

Costuming requires knowledge not only of a specific period, but also of the social class of that character and its peculiar personality. Thankfully, in the real world and daily life we are not bound to those rules.

What are the most essential components in your wardrobe?

Those closest to my skin socks and undergarments. not flashy or flaunty; over the calf dress socks and possibly handmade black dress shoes.

Would you tell us a little about your accessorizing?

Black and dark brown dress shoes are my favorites. They add a perfect line to the shape of a leg when blending with the hem of the trousers. Regarding neckties, regimental or solid colors are preferable. Watches should never be too big or too visible, like any accessory.

Do you have a priceless sentimental piece?

My father’s wristwatch, a gold Longines from the early ’40s. It still has working hand wound movement. I wear it only on special occasions.

Anything in your wardrobe people would find surprising?

A black cape with a short caplet on top, bought in Venice many years ago. It was made following the original pattern of those from the 1700s. In the 18th century, Venetian nobles used to wear it with a black tricorn and add a white mask the so called “Bauta” to avoid being recognized when walking in the streets.

Do not follow fashion, but elegance, and always wear an accessory unique to you. To say it with Coco Chanel’s words: “It is the unseen, unforgettable, ultimate accessory of fashion that heralds your arrival and prolongs your departure.”.
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Protestors chat anti Trump slogans during the Women March on Washington in Washington, DC on Jan. 21, 2017, one day after the inauguration of President elect Donald J. Trump. landscape of women’s history: People across the nation will mark the anniversary of the historic Women’s March on Washington. But for some women, the anniversary is another reminder of the shortcomings of the 2017 Women’s March.

Critics said the march centered on cis white women at the expense of women of color and trans women, both groups who many felt had more to lose under a new administration many saw as hostile to human rights. At the start, organizers of the women’s march were almost all white, though they quickly course corrected by bringing on Tamika Mallory, Carmen Perez and Linda Sarsour.

But some underrepresented women felt their issues such as racism, discrimination, police brutality, LGBTQ inclusivity, and immigration were relegated in favor of issues that matter most to straight, white, middle class women. “Gender justice is related to economic justice and racial justice and we have to think about all these things. the 2018 Women’s March and sister marches converge on Saturday and Sunday across the country, many women are asking: Has anything changed?

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Tamika Mallory, co chair of last year’s historic protest and co president of the Women’s March board, said something had to change.

“We’re looking at all the communities that we seek to engage and work with, and we’re trying to figure out how to deepen those relationships and ensure all the stakeholders are at the table,” she said.

More: Power to the Polls: When and where is the women’s march in 2018?

Related: Why this women’s march photo is such a big deal

More: The Women’s March is back. Here’s what co president Tamika Mallory says is different.

Mallory said transgender inclusion is a priority, as is increasing visibility for women of color.

“I think also something that we learned last year is that the women’s march is sort of a microcosm of what is happening in the world,” she said. “We’re looking through our organization and figuring out where diversity is a problem even within the network, where we have chapters that are mainly led by white women and there needs to be an intentional effort to bring women of color into those particular networks.”

Women of color have a complicated history with feminism Feminism’s long history of perceived racism, combined with what some women saw as a lack of intersectionality at last year’s march, resulted in many black women and women of color refusing to attend.

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sexism and classism that come with those identities overlap and impact the ways people experience oppression and discrimination. “They’re always talking about the community at large.”

What is intersectional feminism?: A look at the term you may be hearing a lot

Still reeling from Hillary Clinton’s loss to President Trump in the 2016 presidential election, some black women felt betrayed that 53% of white women voted for Trump, while 94% of black women voted for Clinton, according to exit poll data from The New York Times.

never felt anything remotely resembling sisterhood with white women. Friendship, affinity, fondness, love sure. Sisterhood? Nah. That sense of loyalty, interconnectedness, accountability and shared struggle simply isn there, wrote cultural critic Jamilah Lemieux, on why she was skipping the 2017 march, for Colorlines.

This year’s march has mostly side stepped the backlash of not having a diverse representation among leaders and speakers.

The PowerToThePolls campaign focuses on getting women registered to vote and electing progressive women into office. The Jan. Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee, D Texas, among many other diverse speakers.

Hopkins, the Lakota indian activist, said she thinks there is “an effort this year to listen more, to include more people of color.”

She points to a local women’s march this weekend in Seattle that was organized to bring the issue of missing and murdered indigenous women to the forefront. Hopkins says that is a victory, although some women may not find it does enough.

LGBTQ+ women and organizations want better representation in the Women’s MarchThe now iconic pink “pussyhat” supporters wore during the march may be less visible this year. The hat, some believed, was offensive because transgender women and non binary people don’t necessarily have female genitalia.

“I personally won wear one because if it hurts even a few people’s feelings, then I don’t feel like it unifying,” said Phoebe Hopps, founder and president of Women’s March Michigan and organizer of anniversary marches Jan. 21 in Lansing and Marquette, told the Detroit Free Press.

More: Pink pussyhats: Why some activists are ditching them

The lack of representation of the trans community is not lost on the Women’s march leadership team. They say they will work harder to build a better connection to the trans community.

“Last year we learned and throughout the year we learned that there needs to be a greater focus on our relationship with the trans community,” Mallory, the Women’s March board co president, said. “And this year we are being very intentional about engaging the trans community and figuring out better ways to be a stronger partner.
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NASHUA A Milford man charged by police after a raucous chase that ended with him nearly driving into two officers by the Nashua Canal and three Massachusetts teenagers accused of robbing a Nashua man for a dozen pairs of expensive sneakers are among the indictments returned by a grand jury this month.

William Sylvester, 28, of 72 Whitten Road, Milford, was indicted on eight charges, including felony drug possession, after his Oct. 25 arrest by Milford police. that day for a burglary in progress. Police chased the man, who they later said was Sylvester, toward Spaulding Street, where he jumped into an SUV and fled.

Police then chased the vehicle west on Elm Street, where it entered the Hilton Homes development and turned onto Valhalla Drive.

The driver lost control and slid into two vehicles and then a tree in front of 12 Valhalla Drive, police said.

The suspect fled the crash on foot and was eventually arrested after another foot pursuit and brief struggle, police said.

Sylvester is charged with possession of a controlled drug and operating as a habitual offender, which are felonies, as well as misdemeanor counts of disobeying a police officer, conduct after an accident, three counts of resisting arrest and criminal trespass, a violation, according to court documents.

The indictments, handed down by a Hillsborough County Superior Court grand jury, are not findings of guilt. They are the jury determination that prosecutors have enough evidence for the case to move to the superior court level.

The grand jury also indicted three Lawrence, Mass., teenagers charged with robbing a Nashua man in January and stealing shoes worth more than $2,000.

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19, of 93 Boxford St.; Christopher Francisco, 19, of 7 Toye St.; and Anderson Morales, 19, of 418 Howard St., Apt. 1, are each facing one count of felony robbery after their

arrests on Jan. 6, according to court documents.

Nashua police said officers responded to 18A Cedar St. for reports of a robbery.

The victim told police he belongs to a Facebook group called Lawrence Sneaker Heads, and that he had arranged to sell a pair of shoes to a male by the name of Francisco Slime

later identified as Francisco.

When Francisco arrived in Nashua to meet with the seller, he asked to see all of the sneakers that were for sale.

Police documents indicate Francisco then called two friends to the house to see the merchandise, at which point one of them ordered the suspect to the ground and threatened him.

Police said 16 pairs of sneakers were stolen along with a PlayStation 4, an HP laptop and iPod Touch. Although the victim didn sustain any serious injuries, he told police the suspects had allegedly discussed killing him.

Other indictments handed down by the grand jury this month include:

John Heitkamp 70, of 112 Tolles St., Nashua, is charged with two counts of aggravated felonious sexual assault and one count of second degree assault.

He is accused of sexually assaulting a girl younger than 13 between July 23 and Oct. 1 and again between Sept. 18 and Oct. 1, as well as choking the girl during the second incident, according to court records.

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NEW YORK Marc Jacobs closed out New York Fashion Week with an operatic finale, playing the aria from Wally used in the movie And the rest was silence. Literally. The models walked in the cavernous, unadorned Park Avenue Armory with no soundtrack, their every footstep audible. on Wednesday, the last few ticketholders were scurrying frantically on their stilettos, heels clacking on the wooden floor to avoid getting caught in the centre of the cavernous space as the models began their journey. This fashion show was waiting for no one.

Like he did in February, Jacobs held his runway show in a spare, undecorated Park Avenue Armory, rendering it utterly unrecognizable from the beginning of the week, when Tom Ford had turned it into a luxe nightclub setting bathed in purple light, with waiters serving vodka cocktails. Jacobs also had his models walk slowly and deliberately in total silence, playing music only at the finale, when the aria from was piped into the space.

But the clothing was anything but spare: Jacobs models wore brilliant colours like orange and yellow, and big, bold floral prints. Silhouettes, as he explained in his show notes, were decadent and exotic a result of a vacation over the last few months.

But it was a vacation of the mind only. friends vacationed, we took a holiday in our heads and went somewhere, he said, adding that the collection had come from a reimagining of previous seasons, beyond the urban landscape of New York City. most notable look: Turbans. Everyone had them, and they came in all colours partly inspired, Jacobs said, by Kate Moss, who famously wore a gold one to the Met Gala with Jacobs in 2009.

As they were at Calvin Klein, tassels were definitely a favoured touch for accessories like bags and shoes. Speaking of bags, some were enormous, and some were tiny part of those exaggerated shapes Jacobs spoke of. Some were fanny packs.

Much followed models Kendall Jenner and Gigi and Bella Hadid all walked, but the honour of closing the show went to the week breakout star, newbie Kaia Gerber daughter of supermodel Cindy Crawford.

In the audience: Zosia Mamet, Courtney Love and Nicki Minaj, in a revealing black bustier. just seemed super surreal, Minaj said on her way out. was next level. Colors!
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INSPIRED BY ADVENTURES OF AN HEIRESS

Design duo Keren Craig and Georgina Chapman of Marchesa say they were inspired by the travels of an heiress adventurer when dreaming up their latest collection.

were looking at a rather incredible Edwardian (era) woman called Aimee Crocker who wrote a book called I do it Again and she had a rather fabulous life, Craig said backstage Wednesday.

it a very quintessentially Marchesa collection, added Chapman. think we view our collections as a storybook continuing from one season to the next. Our pieces we want to see as timeless, not as pieces that are done for the season. on the runway featured a one shoulder ball grown in blush and a tulle gown with cape sleeves, pearl necklace embroidery, and a plunging neckline. There was also an ivory cocktail dress with a satin bodice and ostrich feather skirt.

Craig and Chapman co founded the Marchesa label in 2004.

makes it so much easier working with your best friend, said Craig. always have a laugh together so I think that always takes the edge off. Sometimes something gets really stressful and then you can just end up laughing about it and being like, this is a ridiculous situation. She closed out the sleek and feminine show with her hit by his first trip to the South Pacific, Michael Kors created a beach collection for spring, dressing his models in very relaxed, wearable pastel dresses and skirts featuring palm frond patterns and tie dye. His choice of footwear was downright carefree.

thought, can we blend that sort of big city life with this barefoot beach life? Certainly in my career we have never shown evening clothes with flip flops. We are! Kors said Wednesday.

The male and female models including Kate Upton, Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid strutted along weathered wood planks meant to resemble a boardwalk in front of a downtown audience that included Nicole Kidman, Naomi Watts, Catherine Zeta Jones and Yang Mi.

There were chunky sweaters, classic trench coats and double breasted blazers. The dresses and skirts were in linen and crepe, in shades of pale pink, lavender and loads of blue.

Strips of material streamed out of some of the cuffs, and shirt tails spilled free from jackets. Kors said much of the tailoring was meant to the wind. Sequins sparkled seductively on some of the most interesting layered dresses.

Backstage, Kors said his customers know what works on them and his clothes know no political divide. Michelle Obama wore Kors and Melania Trump wore one of his belted coat dresses on Monday.

Before her first runway show at New York Fashion Week, Eva Longoria buzzed around backstage Wednesday like a seamstress. She cut extra threads from garments, examined hemlines and pointed out clothing that needed steaming.

has been months of preparation, said Longoria, who said she has been sewing since she was a child. been so much fun and it a dream come true, really. show opened with a segment she calls SetLife, based on Longoria own career. After starring as Gabrielle Solis on Housewives for eight seasons, Longoria has spent more time behind the camera as a producer and as a director.

didn want to look, you know, like a schlep behind the camera directing, she said. said, want to look cute but I need to be comfortable and I need to be functional and I need to get down on the floor and I need to set up shots. And so I really created this line for the women who do it all. wear, the catwalk transitioned to jumpsuits made of printed crepe and washed twill and midi length dresses with asymmetrical stripes.
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Marc Jacobs closed out New York Fashion Week with an operatic finale, playing the aria from Wally used in the movie And the rest was silence. Literally. The models walked in the cavernous, unadorned Park Avenue Armory with no soundtrack, their every footstep audible. on Wednesday, the last few ticketholders were scurrying frantically on their stilettos, heels clacking on the wooden floor to avoid getting caught in the centre of the cavernous space as the models began their journey. This fashion show was waiting for no one.

Like he did in February, Jacobs held his runway show in a spare, undecorated Park Avenue Armory, rendering it utterly unrecognizable from the beginning of the week, when Tom Ford had turned it into a luxe nightclub setting bathed in purple light, with waiters serving vodka cocktails. Jacobs also had his models walk slowly and deliberately in total silence, playing music only at the finale, when the aria from was piped into the space.

But the clothing was anything but spare: Jacobs models wore brilliant colours like orange and yellow, and big, bold floral prints. Silhouettes, as he explained in his show notes, were decadent and exotic a result of a vacation over the last few months.

But it was a vacation of the mind only. friends vacationed, we took a holiday in our heads and went somewhere, he said, adding that the collection had come from a reimagining of previous seasons, beyond the urban landscape of New York City. most notable look: Turbans. Everyone had them, and they came in all colours partly inspired, Jacobs said, by Kate Moss, who famously wore a gold one to the Met Gala with Jacobs in 2009.

As they were at Calvin Klein, tassels were definitely a favoured touch for accessories like bags and shoes. Speaking of bags, some were enormous, and some were tiny part of those exaggerated shapes Jacobs spoke of. Some were fanny packs.

Much followed models Kendall Jenner and Gigi and Bella Hadid all walked, but the honour of closing the show went to the week breakout star, newbie Kaia Gerber daughter of supermodel Cindy Crawford.

In the audience: Zosia Mamet, Courtney Love and Nicki Minaj, in a revealing black bustier. just seemed super surreal, Minaj said on her way out. was next level. Colors! I loved it. Noveck and Nicole Evatt

MARCHESA INSPIRED BY ADVENTURES OF AN HEIRESS

Design duo Keren Craig and Georgina Chapman of Marchesa say they were inspired by the travels of an heiress adventurer when dreaming up their latest collection.

were looking at a rather incredible Edwardian (era) woman called Aimee Crocker who wrote a book called I do it Again and she had a rather fabulous life, Craig said backstage Wednesday.

it a very quintessentially Marchesa collection, added Chapman. think we view our collections as a storybook continuing from one season to the next. Our pieces we want to see as timeless, not as pieces that are done for the season. on the runway featured a one shoulder ball grown in blush and a tulle gown with cape sleeves, pearl necklace embroidery, and a plunging neckline. There was also an ivory cocktail dress with a satin bodice and ostrich feather skirt.

Craig and Chapman co founded the Marchesa label in 2004.

makes it so much easier working with your best friend, said Craig. always have a laugh together so I think that always takes the edge off. Sometimes something gets really stressful and then you can just end up laughing about it and being like, this is a ridiculous situation.’ Jennifer Morrison, Victoria Justice, Dylan Penn, Olivia Culpo and Nina Dobrev sat in the front row.

___ EVENING DRESSES WITH FLIP FLOPS

Sara Bareilles offered the live soundtrack, singing Otis Redding On) the Dock of the Bay, Carole King Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman and her own Song at Michael Kors. She closed out the sleek and feminine show with her hit by his first trip to the South Pacific, Michael Kors created a beach collection for spring, dressing his models in very relaxed, wearable pastel dresses and skirts featuring palm frond patterns and tie dye. His choice of footwear was downright carefree.

thought, can we blend that sort of big city life with this barefoot beach life? Certainly in my career we have never shown evening clothes with flip flops. We are! Kors said Wednesday.

The male and female models including Kate Upton, Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid strutted along weathered wood planks meant to resemble a boardwalk in front of a downtown audience that included Nicole Kidman, Naomi Watts, Catherine Zeta Jones and Yang Mi.

There were chunky sweaters, classic trench coats and double breasted blazers. The dresses and skirts were in linen and crepe, in shades of pale pink, lavender and loads of blue.

Strips of material streamed out of some of the cuffs, and shirt tails spilled free from jackets. Kors said much of the tailoring was meant to the wind. Sequins sparkled seductively on some of the most interesting layered dresses.

Backstage, Kors said his customers know what works on them and his clothes know no political divide. Michelle Obama wore Kors and Melania Trump wore one of his belted coat dresses on Monday.

so modern and cutting edge, Watts said. strong, standout pieces, but also really wearable. came with her daughter, Carys, who complimented her famous mom for her fashion sense. should put her in front of the camera more often, joked Mom.

A DESPERATE HOUSEWIFE, AT FASHION WEEK

Before her first runway show at New York Fashion Week, Eva Longoria buzzed around backstage Wednesday like a seamstress. She cut extra threads from garments, examined hemlines and pointed out clothing that needed steaming.

has been months of preparation, said Longoria, who said she has been sewing since she was a child. been so much fun and it a dream come true, really. show opened with a segment she calls SetLife, based on Longoria own career. After starring as Gabrielle Solis on Housewives for eight seasons, Longoria has spent more time behind the camera as a producer and as a director.

didn want to look, you know, like a schlep behind the camera directing, she said. said, want to look cute but I need to be comfortable and I need to be functional and I need to get down on the floor and I need to set up shots. And so I really created this line for the women who do it all. wear, the catwalk transitioned to jumpsuits made of printed crepe and washed twill and midi length dresses with asymmetrical stripes.

Longoria also featured skinny high rise jeans and mid rise boyfriend destructed denim.

my global lifestyle brought to women at a great price, something that fashion forward, something that wearable, something that relatable, something that buyable and I think that important to women, Longoria said. want to invest in themselves but in pieces that are not trends and they gonna throw away the next season, classic pieces that have a modern twist. Rancilio
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Since less than a minute has passed since the alarm was turned off, it was set for 8:31

At 0:56 1:01 Jay appears to be trying to get his bearings. Probably wondering where he was. The cause of this, the nature of the object, its significance are completely unknown, the incident has never been commented upon. Zeta Kai

I thought this at first as well, but looking at it frame by frame, it is clearly just Jay’s hand with keys in it right in front of the camera, which is why it was never commented on.

Anyone have any guesses on what the sound at 1:25 may be? I am guessing it is the phone being taken off the receiver.

I find it intriguing that the laptop is open and powered on. This is because I always turn my laptop off before going to sleep. I would assume others do the same thing, but I may be wrong. Assuming Jay does the same as I, then it would make sense that the computer was intentionally left on to draw attention to it.

In the last entry someone commented that the operator could see through cameras, would that explain the camera strapped to him. Maybe the operator was trying to see what jay was going to go. IsaacChai
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