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Old 08-09-2020, 05:48 PM   #21
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I understand. I find it strange how National Organization got so influenced by a random person (your friend you mentioned) that they would decide to send you wrong info. I can’t imagine a scenario where government organization would listen to one friend discussing diagnosis of another friend.
Hmm I don't think he was totally random to them in himself, I recall he said he'd had dealings with one of them before, which doesn't surprise me. I think he'd phoned them to get the info he was looking for, unlike me.
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Hey, Anonymous--do you think it could at all maybe be possible you are maybe experiencing a tiny bit of paranoia possibly? I sure get it sometimes. Sometimes, I think there are cameras in my walls and stuff. Pretty sure that is not accurate. But it is real to me.

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