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Thanks for the heads up, I think I've seen one of those a buddy lived in for a few months in a small town...but he had the whole floor to himself it was like a haunted building
I used to think I was wasting my time teaching in Taiwan...after 6 months of unemployment back home I realized what wasting time truly is. Enjoy the moment.
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