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Author: honestgamer
Posted: January 16, 2023 (07:51 AM)
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I'm not sure if you've made this sound like a game I definitely need to play, or one I definitely need to avoid, which is about how I feel about thinking too hard on my awful teenage years. I do try to avoid that when I can, though I was a "good" child, because the chief bright spots were reading, writing, and video games. I'm better off looking back on the entertainment of the era than I am pondering the sort of person I was at the time. Still, you've done a commendable job of making me feel as if I've played a bit of this game and making me want to finish the job I never started. Great stuff!


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