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Posted by Brian on January 7, 2001 18:35:27 UTC

My enemies will always be my enemies I think once fate has decided, there is nothing they can say or do, the best they can do is walk away and be a stranger ,there are subtle negative energies and more straightforward ones,open threats are certainly very annoying and being shouted at by arrogant little scuts, open threats from hooligans, or implied ones from sneaks. I don't like patronising gits anyhow who couldn't care less whether I live or die(if I saw a stranger in the street I couldn't care about them the same way their loved ones could or somebody they know, harsh but true!) but have nothing better to do than harass somebody, often under the guise of cynical concern as if they care less about somebody's welfare, I have made enemies, everybody has to have a nemesis but I have too many!Are certain people destined to be enemies because of a personality clash? Like certain people with the same interests will become friends? I certainly would never choose to share any of my hobbies or interests with enemies, but damn what can you do?
I think I'm tired of astronomy now I'll leave it.

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