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About raggamuffin

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  1. Thanks for your reply and taking the time to read my post. Since I did the maths and realized how much I'd been gaming I haven't touched any games in the past 2 days. It feels similar to previous addictions; when I reach a point of stark realisation that it's ruining the quality of my life or jeopardising my happiness and fulfilment in life I tend to quit cold turkey with very little resistance. That's not to say that I won't still be selling my gaming related tech, because I think it'd be counterproductive to leave me access to something I've clearly been addicted to for most of my life. Ed
  2. That's the amount of hours I've spent gaming in the past 7.5 years on my PC. That's not including all the hours on consoles or the 12 years prior to PC gaming that I squandered as a child and teenager. I'm 31 now and things have slowly dawned on me. Those 12,500 hours amounts to over 1.4 years solid of gaming in the past 7.5 years I've been PC gaming. Next month I'm selling the PC I built, the monitor, the sound system, the consoles, my tablet...everything. I've had large clear outs before. The first one in my life was the most severe. Everything in my room went except my PC, my art supplies,