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  • It's okay. I don't hold grudges. And while my paranoia is triggered by people I don't believe they do it consciously. It's just... you know... when your mind constantly says "People hate me, people lie to me, people want to hurt me." all it takes is something to make you believe that and it's done.

    Honestly, I should be the one apologizing. Paranoia or not, all I could think of is trying to hurt people, and I did hurt people. And I'm not at all proud of that.
    You might change that sentiment during my next mental collapse :V
    (Which I hope never comes again)
    Hey bby want to confess our sins? I may be Catholic but I aint no altar boy. There is only one thing that gets me to kneel, and it aint the cross.
    stone that the builder refused

    I AM TEH VISUAL/ TEH INSPIRATION/ THAT MADE LADY SING TEH BLOOS IM TEH SPARK THAT MAKES YOUR IDEA BRIGHT/ SAME SPARK THAT LIGHTS THE DARK SO THAT YOU CAN KNOW YOUR LEFT FROM YOUR RIGHT
    Oi your new user title is part of the lyrics in the boondocks opening theme song. Damn I love that show
    Oh god those explosions are too hilarious. I would skype with you if I had skype. Do you even use Steam?

    I've just been working and working and working. Went Disc golfing yesterday that was cool. Watching Thundercats (2011).
    I was using generated passwords for my messenger accounts and then I lost them. I'd been relying on auto-login to keep accessing IMs for a long time, but needing fresh windows installs finally locked me out of them.

    I'm still active on Skype, if you use that. Otherwise I suppose I should start making new accounts and reconnecting to people.
    "this is actually the beginning of my plan, and a former life.....

    You used to homeless? I didn't strike a chord or anything did I? Of course I can see the benefits, I mean the housing must have been cheap, and that electric bill wow. The weather in California probably helps too, being homeless on the Gulf coast involves dealing with 90+ degree weather, gigantic insects, thunderstorms everyday during the summer and fall, and the occasional apocalyptic hurricane.
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