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  • Have you done any more writing recently? I read the Fallout Sitcom the other day, way ahead of its time in a world where everyone's still aping Seinfeld more or less
    Hi Gimp, I've made a few stories lately but they are mostly about getting a dick in my butthole. I don't know if I could ever match my magnum opus which was Fallout Sitcom but I do have some other stories I would like to tell. I'll let you know when I release them!
    And where's the excitement in an ordinary life filled with ordinary people?

    The answer is, of course, that there is none.
    It's the bad boys who win; the rogues, the rascals. Guys like Sam Flynn or James Bond. Guys like Wolverine from the X-Men. Men who can't be tamed or taught or tied down. Just... held onto for a while, before the wild calls them away once more.
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