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I just read another one of those posts/blogs about people touting what they would say to their 18 year old self. I don’t know why I keep reading them, each time I do I just wonder if these people are … Continue reading
So it seems I have some clarifications to make. Based on direct and indirect feedback (in the form of attitude and snippy comments) I would like to explain some key points from my previous post that a a very select … Continue reading