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posted by Andrew @ 9:23 PM
I like it. It's so pure and pristine, it makes me feel like I've just found heaven's blog. Which is kind of ironic, don't you think?
Great, I'm glad you like it! ...Message from heaven's blog: we don't exist. This world is all you get. Sorry!
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