Richard David Campbell was born as the third child into a family of two parents and two older siblings (which was soon to be three) in the middle of Saskatchewan where 100 people live. He lived exactly in the center of this Province. This boring square ass province whose shape greatly reflects the mood of living there.
I never whined or showed interest in sport so I was quickly forgotten. I grew up introverted. I eventually learned English through TV and sucking so badly in French. I picked up art as most seriously twisted introverts do.
Here I am now, in Ottawa. 1000000 People and still as boring as a town of 100. Except maybe for the crazed homosexual cross-dressing stalker and the sexed up Korean whore after my gonads.
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