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And now, to be honest, I find the ''economics'' of TMNT production to be one of the most depressing and soul-draining topics to dwell on. I said all that because the matter is clearly important to you and you're trying to reconcile why things can't continue like they did before. But stewing over such things can be like a black hole sucking what sanity and joy you have left. Sometimes it's just better to let go, and enjoy what you can however you can for as long as you can, in a healthier way. I'd prefer not to speak further on this particular matter now. Ms.HamatoAlexander is right.
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And now, to be honest, I find the ''economics'' of TMNT production to be one of the most depressing and soul-draining topics to dwell on. I said all that because the matter is clearly important to you and you're trying to reconcile why things can't continue like they did before. But stewing over such things can be like a black hole sucking what sanity and joy you have left. Sometimes it's just better to let go, and enjoy what you can however you can for as long as you can, in a healthier way. I'd prefer not to speak further on this particular matter now.

Latest revision as of 13:49, May 4, 2020

And now, to be honest, I find the economics of TMNT production to be one of the most depressing and soul-draining topics to dwell on. I said all that because the matter is clearly important to you and you're trying to reconcile why things can't continue like they did before. But stewing over such things can be like a black hole sucking what sanity and joy you have left. Sometimes it's just better to let go, and enjoy what you can however you can for as long as you can, in a healthier way. I'd prefer not to speak further on this particular matter now.

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