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    Quote Originally Posted by Casztiel View Post
    You must also take into account,that people don't really read books these days.I mean, the youth these days hardly ever picks up a book!The only things they are used to reading are magazines.
    Lol. It's not only the youth these days.
    My father can't even name one book he read.
    He does have like 50 of these:

    My favorite comic books because of him. I read them all. Haha~

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    A part of everyones imagination died when good cartoons disappeared from tv, and the World begun to rot when people stopped reading books that shown a glimps of true values and interesting perspectives how every day life can be perceived.

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    ^I read that sentence two times and I have to read it a few more times before I understand it probably. Same with the stuff QR says.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moneecah View Post
    ^I read that sentence two times and I have to read it a few more times before I understand it probably. Same with the stuff QR says.

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    I needed 3 times.
    Damn my lame grammar....

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    ^No it's not your grammer. It's my bad english. Lol.
    I never read the political stories QR writes, because I know I have to read them like 5 times before I get them.
    My english Dictionary isn't that big. Ghehe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by InvadeVitalRegions View Post
    You know how my mother raised me, so I was exposed to the high qualities of life, therefore, artistically arrogant. My father worsen it by influencing me with his Darwinist way of raising his kids. That is why I yell at people for making bad coffee or throw as many harsh criticism as I can to talentless authors.
    Stop, i'll fall in love.
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    Stop, i'll troll in rage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mareeo View Post
    Stop, i'll fall in love.
    Come at me, hermano.
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