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He hates his past, his guilt that he doesn't want to remember it. He avoids the past version of himself, healthy, happy,and a killer. So he throws this part of his character away. This separation is too much that the thrown away past turn into a new fiction,independent character. A pain in the ass and as disgusting as possible in Trevor's eyes (ugly fingers ...
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