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I created this LJ to talk about certain books/movies, writing, and, at times, various other subjects, however briefly. I almost never post (and these days, I'm leaning toward never), but I do check my friends page every so often. Comment if you feel like adding me.

Update: I cleaned out a bunch of old entries, but I haven't quite disappeared, even though my journal is now empty.
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