No seriously though I can relate. I grew up a lower middle class kid in an upper middle class area. Growing up kids around me got to do things like go on vacations to other states and other countries, race motocross (I still haven ridden a dirt in my 20s), go skydiving, play hockey (only three months ago did I start playing both Ice and Roller hockey after wanting too since I was like 5 or so), get a pilot license (when I was in CAP in high school I knew 5 kids who wanted pilot license and when they turned 16 their parents paid the $8K to $10K for them to get theirs.
World record was my target. I didn manage it but I be back next year. All times were official. I have put him in the lower video to the right just to give him a fair shake. You will see I disagree with him, but I did not have time before the event started to give my reasons. I don’t think he was interested in hearing them anyway..
So I don even hate KD for leaving OKC. I hate where he went. If he gone literally anywhere other than Golden State, I would been fine with it if he thought he had a better situation elsewhere. I was kind of frustrated for not having more offers for article writing. Maybe because my profile’s tagline goes this way: “Data Entry/Web Research/Web Design/Database Management/Article Writing”. I just wondered if I will put Article Writing as the first skill but as I said earlier, I was not so confident about my writing skills yet so I left it that way..
You can go ahead and label this as a “diva response”, but know that I took the time out of my day to give you an extensive response to your criticism because the way you trying to paint me really isn accurate. What item did you replace for Obow? If it was Titan Bane, then obviously the damage is different, Obow has no power or pen and Titan has both. Furthermore, are you just going by damage numbers or by dps? Because one build has more attack speed than the other.
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