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Dear Future Kid,

The changing climate is an important issue. This is especially true for your generation. The impact that my generation has on the climate and world we live in will be greater for you than it will for us. For this it is with great regret that I admit that my generation does not take climate change as seriously as it should and most likely as seriously as your generation will have to take it. I hope that my generation takes the steps that are necessary for you to live the quality of life that you and all of your generation and all generations are entitled to.

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The worlds greatest motherfucking dad

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