NOTE: there’s a video link in this post
Well, folks, this is the end. BUT NOT THE END OF BLACKSTREETBBW!!! Blackstreetbbw is actually experiencing a new beginning of posting!! BUT my old camera is finally too close to death to be useful. It is basically dead.
Remember the first camera I got that shot 640×320 videos? The ones where, while better than 320×240 videos in fact, practically just turned out to be 320×240 blown up? Well, now that camera can be buried in the same graveyard “The Dangercam” is buried in. I never told the story of The Dangercam’s death (It died from an incompatible AC adapter), but I can tell that short story for this camera
Basically, the internal batter just can’t hold a charge anymore.
I’d been noticing abysmally bad mileage out of a charge of the battery lately, and I wanted to charge the camera up one more time just to make sure the battery was definitely no good, and I regretted it. It died on me and caused me to miss some real nice cellulite. And the ironic this is, the battery died less than one second after I checked it to verify it was still running. No, really. If you watch the video, you’ll see that it goes down at the end. (Videos from my current camera would go UP at these points) That’s because I was checking to make sure it was still running and hadn’t stopped… So it stopped RIGHT AFTER I TOOK MY EYES OFF OF IT!!! Man, I literally can’t take my eyes off that thing for one second!
So what you missed was a low view (NOT an upskirt! I don’t do upskirts! Those are illegal!!) of the fat schoolgirl with her fat leg up, so she could fix her shoe, fat cellulite hanging all down from under her school skirt! What you see is her just lifting her leg up as I checked the camera…
Why use that camera at all when I have a new one? Two reasons. 1- I need an alternate camera so I can film longer before batteries die (ironic, huh?) 2- That camera’s very hard to use from a bike, so I wanted to use the old camera for those opportunities. Looks like I’m just gonna have to use the difficult one for now though, ’cause the easy one’s dead.
How long had the camera been running before the battery went out that day? Not long. I’d turned it on 2 blocks away because I was riding through the bus station, but I forgot to turn it off as soon as I saw no one worth taping. The video begins as it does- as it should- with me hurrying to get the cam on and get into position. Thing is, either I should have kept it on, or better yet, turned it off before, back at the station 2 blocks away. Then I would have had more than enough battery left to capture the good part- the meat of the story I JUST missed. I could have done without her juicily crossing the road, but the lifter of her leg? Nope. I needed that. WE needed that. And instead, all we get is this.
Oh well. At least I got something.