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To the youngsters of 22nd Century,

Hello guys! How are you guys doing? I hope you’re doing well. How’s the world right now? I hope it’s normal. If not, then on behalf of the 21st century generation, I’m sorry. I’m sorry that you couldn’t live a normal life. I’m sorry that the world is suffering from us. I’m sorry that you had to experience extreme natural devastation caused by the selfish elders of our generation. My comrades and I have been trying our best to reduce carbon footprints and use more environment-friendly alternatives. But it seems that all our efforts were in vain. Once again, if the world is in better shape, it would seem that our efforts didn’t go to waste at all.

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