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Don't Get Lost In The Internet

Always remember who you are. Sure you're entitled to change your opinions or sides to an issue. But who you are remains the same specially after your first love or the first time your heart is broken.

Always remember what you know. It's so easy to google something and go to Wikipedia. After reading a few paragraphs you think you're an expert. I'm not trying to make everything difficult by telling you it's not that simple. Two priests are preparing for an exorcism. The younger priest who is a psychologist believes that the subject has at least 6 personalities. The older and experienced  priest said there is only one.

Don't forget it's the Internet. There will always be a debate. You can't kill that dragon. If the only thing you're after is to win one and end it, you, my friend, are condemned to walk its comment forums in eternity.
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