I KNOW LESS IS MORE, BUT MORE IS SCARY. SO THE MORE FEEDBACK I GET, THE SCARIER I GET, AND I DON'T LIKE HORROR. SO YOU KNOW WHAT'S WHAT - Derrick W. Jackson
Learning something new can be intimidating and scary like the villian Jason from the Friday the Thirteenth Movies. I am very inspired right now and the the more views and comments that I get the scarier I'd become. I want to be scary and I want the write the best horror movie ever. My Apps and training videos for the C# Programming Language.
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