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About mei'm a musician, avid jeopardy answer screamer, and i have a clark kent type job unloading trucks in the day. i am married with a daughter. i also make fantastic ice cream soup.
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About my libraryi really like yardsales, flea-markets and the like. i frequent (read as haunt)used bookstores, used record stores and bars. i tend to avoid really new popular writings and i cant stand junkfood reading like steven king and anything on oprahs list can eat a bag of crap.

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