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Simon Depledge

Simon Depledge

Hello hello, You have stumbled upon Virtual Rambling. Basically I take a chilled out walk in a video game, exploring the surroundings, taking in sights, and talking about what I take away from the virtual world I’m in (but make those optional listenin...

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