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Journal Orion Blastar's Journal: I apologize to those offended by my humor

Sometimes it is hard for me to communicate. But I am able to learn from humor and try to help others with it. I am learning new ways to do things and trying to do good things again. In a way, my Orion Blastar character has helped me learn and I know I have helped others. To those who feel that they have been hurt, I am sorry. I can show kindness, compassion, and mercy, and I need to build that into my Orion Blastar character. But he has given me some good ideas but he works in a way that is hard to describe. I've made some mistakes, and failures, but I am learning from them. I am learning to laugh.

I support the rights and freedoms of many, and I am only trying to help. But I am not sure if I can function without this character. I've tried to merge personalities, to reinvent who I am and I am trying to find myself.

There is a problem with the USA, like the economy, but don't give up hope, it will correct itself. Congress and the President have to learn how to work as a team and compromise, and listen to others.

I've been through a lot of pain and suffering myself, but I learned from it. I am trying to get better.

Some of you don't know me, or that I was only trying to help with humor. Things will work out eventually.

I've learned to laugh at the untrue things posted about me by others on the Internet, I think they tried to teach me a lesson as well. A lesson in humility that I need to treat others better and not get so angry or upset. I am working on that, but it will take time.

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I apologize to those offended by my humor

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