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To Future Generations,

I apologize for the state my generation has left the planet Earth in but who knows we may have inhabited Mars by now. Maybe you guys start to reverse the effects that you were left in. Maybe there is fly cars that will save the planet or it will be dug further into the ground hopefully not. Word of advice I can give you though is definitely if you’re gonna play video games you have to play Pokemon and life advice is Don’t Do Drugs that is a big one for me.

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