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I don’t write here very often anymore. I used to write on here a lot. Sometimes it was daily, sometimes weekly. Now I don’t even think it is monthly. It isn’t that I have got bored of here, or found something better to do. It is that I get sick of the sound of my own voice. I get sick of saying my things … not because I don’t want to, but I imagine you … whoever you are reading this, looking at...

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“He said the only reason I got to have nice things was because I got to be such a nice looking boy. He said when people looked like me. I didn’t need the brains. I just tricked it from people.               I didn’t know what kind of boy my dad meant. My dad said I was that kind of boy. He said it one day I was in the bath and he got his hand on my thing. I didn’t want to be that kind of boy. I didn’t want people to touch me like that. It hurt. But my dad said it’s how to get nice things. If I got to be nice back.”
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“I didn’t cry. My eyes tried. But I made it go away. I didn’t want to be a spy after that. I didn’t want to fall down again. Spies didn’t fall down. Spies didn’t cry. Spies didn’t be bad like me. I always got things wrong.”
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“don’t like the number two because it is a bad number. Bad things happened. We live at number two. I like number three. That is a nice number. But it makes it all odd again and then I have to eat some more food. But that makes it number four and four is a very bad number. It is the worst number ever. All the bad things happen if I do anything four times.”
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