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Beitrag#1 » 22. Apr 2022, 08:29

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They knew that somewhere out there , somewhere beyond Salt Lake City, there were still people who wanted to stop Mormon families from existing.What starts as an argument about childcare  "Kids. They're a life sentence!"  quickly morphs into a conversation about scarce resources. ("Hey, what about the country?" a girl in a pink crop top asks. "The world ?") Inspired by the beach hats for men question, the most popular boy stands up and makes a declaration. "We as citizens of planet Earth have a solemn obligation to preserve our natural resources by limiting our numbers.

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