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Logan Lamech

It's sad to seem him go.

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Edward


He was one of the last lingering poets.

Barney Clonfelder


Why don't you post something new, you lazy bastard?

These bloggers make me so angry, always posting stuff then not posting nothing!

You young people think you know it all, well you don't know nothing about nothing.

You make me so angry!

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