kaffy_r (kaffy_r) wrote,
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Dept. of Epiphanies

It Has Come to My Attention

... largely because I'm trying to get his things cleared out, packed up, thrown away &cetera, &cetera ...

Did you know that a bachelor geek-tech-head-with-hoarder-and-buy-new-toys-all-the-fucking-time-tendencies can leave a hell of a Rat King Nest level mess for those who love him dearly?

Just sayin'.

Christ, I never thought so much shit could be stored in a damned studio.

*looks at sky, or in to the next world, over her glasses, at departed friend. Oh, Nicky, Nick, Nick, you're such a tool*




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