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8:10 AM, Tuesday June 2nd 2020

Um, I've came back from a burnout and for some reason my internet connection speed is so bad that I cant even upload some images to imgur. So, if they got uploaded, I'll inform you if your still interested, haha.

9:30 AM, Tuesday June 2nd 2020


Tho it looks like one user randomly agreed with the review without seeing your work, so you got your completion anyway.

4:27 PM, Tuesday June 2nd 2020

Yeah, haha

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