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I make images. I topple icons. for a living. seems ironic in the extreme. also? it can be spelled with 'k'. that's also funny. I like funny. maybe THAT should be my favorite word. cause they are all good.
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it negates all positive things that come before it... i love you, but.......... you are a wonderful person, but....... I really want to, but........ see what I mean?
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"right now? 'there are two perfect times to plant a tree. Twenty years ago, and today.'"
- unknown. I heard it attributed to Japanese cultural mists on NPR.
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