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Greetings and much joy! (1 Viewer)


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Hello everyone, I'm Cory.

I was a run-of-the-mill screw up from ages eighteen to twenty one. Now I'm twenty three and still paying for a lot of mistakes. I've always had an urge to write, and I believe I do write fairly well. A lot of my writing is inspired by: Dr. Hunter S. Thompson, E.A. Poe, R.A. Salvatore, and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Right now I don't have much of a portfolio up on the internet, save for the blog I run, "The Mass Distraction". I use it to vent here and there, and get my style and voice recognized by as many as will read it.

Looking forward to networking with plenty of folk here, and learning a thing or two. I shall be the sponge. I'll also be floating around helping others wherever I can. I have a fairly decent criminal portfolio, as some would say, and am an expert in many fields therein. If you have any questions, feel free to ask! I am a lover of correspondence and if you message/email/reply to me, I will be as quick as "possible returning the call", as they say.

Well, I'll be hanging around for a little while tonight and am going to peruse the forums for a bit. Look forward to seeing you around ;)


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Welcome, Ancient One

So you're an ex-delinquent, huh? Been toying with the idea of posting my own "delinquent years" bio, originally written for an autobiography class in creative writing. Interested in writing one of your own? ;-)



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I would definitely give it a thought! Seems like those days were packed full of what could be endless stories, all entertaining one way or the other. I'd be interested in reading your "delinquent years" as well.