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Eh.. No hostility here. You're the one threatening to sue. Most people don't appreciate that. I found it amusing if not ridiculous, for reasons which obviously you are unable to suss out, since it was not addressed again. I'll pass on the offer of friendship. Rusty halos turned into horns are a big turnoff. And I'm not going into a home where unknown males allegedly hide under beds. I don't like pedophiles. Btw, I wasn't afraid of anything hiding under my bed. There are real monsters in the real world. I think of this experience when I run into them, to remind me to behave myself. Not to 'take them out', as tempting as it may be. Unless I must... in which case I'll call on the Winchesters, Sam and Dean. I'll hold their hands anytime. ;o)
Ghosts of childhood trauma.
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