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Some Restraint

Old habits die hard. I've been publishing posts that I perhaps shouldn't, especially now.
I'll exercise more restraint in the days to come, although the quantity of posts will not dwindle. They'll just be kept secret for the time being.

So expect a thinning of visible posts in the days to come.


Anonymous said…
(This comment is a result of Deep's wish to hear something from me. I give him the most divine sound known to every being: - )


(A truly blissful word. Wouldn't you all agree?)
Deepanjan said…
Hey, don't you have anything better to add?
saurabh said…
hey, its deeps, NOT ur OINKur Moitra...

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