*Even though I pretend to be random characters in history, I fully acknowledge I am not them, did not know them, and can never be them.
*Everything I learn about history comes from another blog with a disclaimer or from tour guides on my fantastic vacations.
*This blog contains content about psychology, history, music, and personal finance. Sometimes the content is written by me. Sometimes it is written by my pets. It's hard to tell.
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