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Minus Human : The Disclaimer

So here I begin.

To start off I would share the disclaimer I had for my blog.I mean everyblog has some central theme the writer intends to convey and it was no exception for me,but in this case I included one neat disclaimer.Here it goes:

I solemnly admit that the content of this page is purely the figments of my imagination,however , any possible resemblance of any person dead or living ,images or reference to real life is purely co-incidental and might be even deliberate at times!! Viwers who wish to take all the pains to read my posts are free to do so and I recommend them not to lament later!!


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