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Baldur Smarason

Hello from Iceland..! :)

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Hey guys,

My name is Baldur,and i work @ Kingdom Within Collective

in Reykjavik,Iceland

I started this account a while back,but never got any further than that..

now i am gonna try to check in,and take some part in this,and hope i will have something to offer :)

I put some pics on my profile,please take a moment to check them out and comment.


Thanks and all the best to you all :)

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