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To me from the future,

Hello. How are you? My grandmother told me that manners are good, But let me ask you a couple of question. What is it like in the future? Does aliens invade? Hahaha. Im sorry.  My third question is who will i marry, and when? How is nature? Or is it mostly gone? One last question, will my wish “I wish to become the Red Animal Spirit Power Ranger and protect the wold from evil!” come true? And if so when?

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