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Absolutely Most Dearestly Direct Offspring,

Im sure life is so different for you in 2050. I’m a 13 year-old leaving this message for you in 2020. We have just been struck by the Coronavirus Pandemic, and I suspect life after this will be the same. You are probably accustomed to sitting at home. Perhaps medicine has become so advanced that pandemics of this time are no longer a worry. Our lives have changed significantly. Gone are the days of going to packed movie theaters. Disney is currently closed, and nobody knows when they’ll be open. Hopefully the climate isn’t too bad.

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