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Being in the Skin I'm In

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I'm sure those of you who are out in the spoken world realm as much as I am would agree that there are many people who almost seem uncomfortable just being themselves when they are around others. Why is that? Granted there are some situations like a person who swares a lot tuning down a bit because there is a child in the room, that I can kind of understand. I'm talking about the ones who put on the biggest fasade ever when they are around someone they are trying to impress, but when they get back into their comfort zone, they are completely different people. Why is all that necessary? Or how about those people who act a certain way when they are on the radio, but once the show has ended so does the expressions of kindness towards you. Why can't people simply be consistant in their behaviors? What do you have to say about the subject? The front porch is yours to speak your piece. We look forward to seeing you there. As always, creative expression is welcome.

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