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Future time travelers,

To any Time travellers of the future.

I am currently in the year 2018.

Could anyone who reads this message please travel to

Latitude -32.2070

Longitude 150.9879

July 15th 2018

10am GMT

8pm AEST

Thank you, we look forward to meeting you!

 

(A note from DearTomorrow: this message is not on topic; however, because it made us laugh, we published it anyway.)

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