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You may submit a request for all information we have on you through our Contact Form. Spoiler: If you request this information, it's very likely all you will get back is the contact form you just submitted because we really just don't care enough to track you. At least that is how I feel (this is James), I do wonder what Christopher would get up to if left to his own devices. I kind of worry that he would go through your sock drawer, he seems to have a thing for socks. But this is why I (James) am in control of the website, to keep your socks safe from Christopher.
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