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I'm getting the impression that when someone can say anything they are less likely to say anything. The feeling of having something to say an unable to say it is not present and growing like a bottled beverage. Bubbling up ready to burst. Rather the quark is always out and what fizzes out is less sever than it would be if quarked. As someone who has had trouble with bottling up my emotions I feel it's healthier for all of us when the bottled is unquarked.

JacobHarbert 3 Dec 21

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