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Dear Future Generations,

So we messed up the World. The air isn’t at its best and the ozone layer is pretty much gone. The car emissions keep going up and we keep deforestation forests. This was our and past generations fault. We are now leaving it on you like the lazy generation we are. A lot of what our generation did was joke about this horrible situation and make entertaining videos. So go and check those out if you want to get away from it all. Now for me, i don´t care whether you save the world or not. I know it sounds awful but one of the worse problems is overpopulation, so i say one of you have the will to take out half the population or more. Heck, maybe even three quarters. Again I know I’m sounding like Thanos but this would help car emissions, food shortage, supply shortage and logically would make the world livable again. Sorry that we left you in a world where one of  the options that help would be to eliminate 1/2 to 3/4 or the population, but your generation would actually be able to live and know nothing but happiness. Thank you, and I´m sorry.

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