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/Dec/2010

being back

By: nickolai693 @ 14:18 (EST) / 171 / Comment ( 0 )

it sure wasnt missed and it sure hasnt changed well alot more people are in it and its gettn just like the other freerolls some of it is my fault and most not but either way i have to get back into the groove to play in the pso I seem to have lost my touch with the game but that happens to everyone from time to time so I must just ride it out I never quit so why start now I just have to get back into the style i played back in oct just hard when I really havent played and when I do register to play i m not playing because i went and did other things and when i do i get tired of watching the poor choices being made and i get bored so have to re focus on the game or stop all together

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