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Dear future peoples,

First off, I just want apoligize for the severe damage my society has done to the environment. Although there are many of us who see the truth about the matter, there are too many who still chose to remain ignorant. Those of us who care deeply about the earth and its future are not going to give up. If we manage to mitigate some of the damage done, I hope you guys will step up to the plate and be ready when it’s your turn at bat.

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