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boricua79 Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Jan-02-08 08:56 PM
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70. and in some cases, life short for others
Maybe it's because I've been poorer than others in my life, but I found hobbies and things to collect that were low cost and never harmed anyone. I'm am usician, I collect music, i like playing chess, I play video games, I do exercise, I play sports, i enjoy time with friends and families...none of my hobbies or desire infringe upon others or harm the planet. Why can't people develop hobbies that do not harm others or the planet?
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