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Dear future grandchildren,

I hope you guys are doing ok. I’m really sorry we left this world very contaminated. I Hope you guys can find a way to keep you’re self healthy. Maybe you guys don’t even have water by the time you’re reading this or maybe you guys had found a solution. Please stay safe and found a way to keep protecting the world. Since generations before you guys kind of ruin it for you guys. Or maybe you guys don’t even have petroleum by this time. I’m saying this because in my time petroleum was getting expensive because we were about to waste it all.

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