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Hey folks.

 For atARTERS i would like to point out Thawt I am not that drunk.  bu t it must be pointed out that I;ve already dona way , way mmore that than the usual amount of editing., You could say I jsut don;t tyep that well. I wen to a town party tonight., o live in a a small twn incase y9o did not know. I could cleam this shit up if aI cared to to, but fuck it I edit to clean up too much as is iSo ther you we have it. We party in small town america. It was a birthday opartey fro an alod family friend in town,

 

I there an "I am interested in ceremonial magic and the occult " magick thr4ead in the forum? (ps I swear that I am not as drunk as I might seem) in pata thensis. 

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see I told you I was not so drunk!

 

aso i hage not been contributing all that much of late. bvut I have been listening to metal a bit, and I have been learning to play the bass, and I will make some recordings some time, this winter to bre sure if I can get it together. there is a line betweem playing often , playing often and playing for real so I will keep you posted on that account. Fuck it, i will be a metal god with m name in the book of heavey metal as you will be my witness.\\

 

No t all that drunky yours gorbo of the gorbo  gorboZe,

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Who here likes ginger wine? Nectar of the gods this stuff, gives you this wonderful warming feeling in your chest, like a roaring log fire on a cold winter's day. Makes you want to grab a lovely young maiden by the waist, climb on a table and dance 'til morn' when all that's left of the fire are glowing embers under ash. 'tis like liquid gold.

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Froregt predrinks, I think im predrunk. Also I am so proud that I managed to write that with no ccorrections. :D

 

Before you guys think I'm an alcoholic, this s actuallt a very rare occurence, I've just had two completely separate Christmas parties two nights in a row, this is definitely not normal behaviour.

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