Burden of Dreams

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brad

The jungle is pain. The birds are crying out in anguish. We need prostitutes, it's not odd. I swear. My engineers told me 60 people could die - whatever. What does a fucking engineer understand about art. I can't wait until I get home to give my son a used murder weapon.

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