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Dear Avengers Fans,

Sorry that our generation could not lead up to your needs and wants. We were the worst generation there ever was. We killed the earth. Don’t do what we did. Don’t kill the plants.

Don’t let genocides or war be your sight. Don’t be the Thanos in the Endgame when Ironman kills him. And the Iron Man dies. Create something with your existence. Don’t be like Black Widow unless you want to die.

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