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Dear Dylan

In 2050, I hope you have a nice life. I want the world to be better. Not polluted as much. I want to see the Amazon rainforest intact. I want you to pick up trash, donate, eat vegan meals, try to keep our beautiful planet alive. I hope you remember this world as the present.

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