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    And we have no facts- just expectations.

    It is up to them to believe in and or not. To me, I am not going to burden my mind with something is yet not real. And we have no facts- just expectations.

    Do I have grammatical mistakes in this post? Is the underlined part meaningful?




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    Re: And we have no facts- just expectations.

    Quote Originally Posted by Odessa Dawn View Post
    It is up to them to believe in … and … or not. To me, I am not going to burden my mind with something is yet not real. And we have no facts- just expectations.

    Do I have grammatical mistakes in this post? Is the underlined part meaningful?



    I'm afraid the whole thing is meaningless to me.

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