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We will be posting more Lore posts roughly every 2nd day, and soon we will run out of the stories we know, so please if any of you enjoy these Lore posts and it reminds you of some stories that you remember which taught a lesson, please post it for us in the comments of the blog.

Looks like tomorrow we will get the Cargo Cult 

 

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