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Old 04-11-17, 07:26 PM
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Re: Paranoia

Sometimes I'm hyper-vigilant. I've been told I may suffer from post-traumatic stress.
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Midsy, I saw this today and thought of you ... (sorry this is so large)

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[quote=Lunacie;1942556]Midsy, I saw this today and thought of you ... (sorry this is so large)

what the sign said.

holy cow. that is fitting
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