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I created Sour Topics as a platform to spread awareness on any topic that can be regarded with feelings such as disappointment, anger or resentment. I believe these dark emotions only spread like cancer in your life unless you confront them directly.
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My name Devin Williams I am a writer and father of 4. I reside on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, USA.

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