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As I wandered through the rain and people filled streets of Chicago, I came to a deep philosophical conclusion. People are born the way they are. Some people appear to have been born without a personality. I'm sure you've met them; they are destined to live out meaningful, fun-less lives as lawyers or accountants. Then there are those who carry with them a morbid expression of doom and gloom, as though their next step might be their last. And well it might.
One of the laws of science, back in the days when they thought it was important, was that for every action, there is an…
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