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Querido amanhã,

Olá você meu filho, tenho 22 anos, estou fazendo minha faculdade de Física namorando quem provavelmente possa ser sua mãe à 3 anos, a propósito, nome dela é Jenifer, no momento não estamos tão bem um com o outro mas essa é outra história, me pergunte e talvez eu lembre. Bom, hoje não tenho ideia se realmente o terei. O mundo anda superlotado e incapaz de absorver o impacto dessa raça parasita. Temos uma pequena parte da população mundial tentando resolver problemas causados pela grande parte, então você já pode entender que não vivemos momentos tão prósperos para a preservação ambiental. Tenho esperanças que em 2050 a preservação seja uma qualidade intrínseca da humanidade, tenhamos mais cuidado com essa natureza especial que ainda temos e espero que você esteja no lado bom da força (ref:starwars, desculpe pela velhice)
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