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Dear Tomorrow,

Make no mistake – we were aware of these problems you no doubt realize today. Unfortunately, economics and politics seem to favour the wealthy and powerful more than the common man (Something, for the world’s sake, I hope has changed). While most Americans are reasonable people, some benefit more from forcing others to live a life of inaction. As such, we have plenty of motivated people, but little initiative or resources. Fortunately, things are changing. It’s a work in progress, but I hope people take this as serious as my generation seems to. Hopefully you see this – although I can’t promise anything in our current state. Just know that there are, in fact, reasonable (and vocal) people alive in the 2010s.

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