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[dropcap]I ,the author of the content that can be found here within ghostlyhaks.com, can assure you, the reader, that any of the opinions expressed here are my own and are a result of the way in which my highly disorganized and somewhat dysfunctional mind interprets a particular situation and/or concept. I would like to expressly convey to you (the reader) that were I to accidentally defame, purge, humiliate and/or hurt someone's person or feelings as a result of them reading and/or acting upon any or all of the information and/or advice found here at my site, it is entirely unintentional of me to do so. Any comments that may be found here (ghostlyhaks.com) are the express opinions and/or the property of their individual authors. Therefore, I the owner/author of this site, cannot be held responsible for the fact that the minds of the respected authors may just well be as dysfunctional as my own. If not more..... and it is not a practice of my own to edit any comments left here by others. Should you (the reader) identify any such content that is harmful, malicious, sensitive or unnecessary, I request that you contact me via email so I may rectify the problem. Failing that you may like to just sit and weep incessantly! Furthermore, I (the author), cannot be held responsible for any illegal activities you (the reader) become involved in by using any content found here (Ghostlyhaks.com). All content is for informational purposes only and any activities done by me (the author) are done in a private and controlled environment. I (the author) neither conduct nor condone any illegal activities.[/dropcap]


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