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What would we call this period we live in now (from the 90s to current day) that is marred with unforeseen tragedy and blatant disregard for the human spirit? A world where individuals obtain their lifes meaning through the virtues instilled into them by technocratic mega corps. It feels like we are truly in a time of great metaphysical evil.

Are we just slaves to this destiny of torment and pain whos path has been preordained by the unseen hand? How do we break free from this?

>> No.15319493

The Technomaterialist Age

>> No.15319525

The Neo-liberal Age?

>> No.15319544

The Tranny Time

>> No.15319556

The Technocratic Oligarchy Age

>> No.15319580

No major war in over 70 years
Lowest infant mortality rate in history
Longest average lifespan in history
Largest percentage of people living outside of poverty in history
Highest literacy rate in history
Understanding of the universe unimaginably greater than even 100 years ago

Muh human spirit is being ground down. Go live as a peasant at any other time period

>> No.15319611

>countries being invaded through DEBT financing meaning war becomes meaningless for colonization
read more

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>capitalist-derived standard of living metrics are the only and absolute measure of human welfare, as well as our future as a species!

If the 2020 western nation is your idea of paradise becoming, good on you I guess

>> No.15319648

>no major war in over 70 years
the U.S. Congress bending over for the executive branch to fuck the separation of powers up the ass doesn't mean there haven't been wars

>> No.15319667

People are talking about and reading the urbanomic catalog.

Buy one to find all the answers you need. Teleoplexical refunds available.

>> No.15319732

Prime example of someone totally disconnected from reality comparing debt to bombs being dropped on your house. No, you having to pay your credit card bill is not comparable to serving in WW2

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Modern western nation is not paradise but it's vastly better than anything that has come before

>> No.15319774

>What can we call this zeitgeist we currently live in?
Life Before the New Stone Age

>> No.15319832

Jewish Faggotry

>> No.15319882

anon... how do you think those bombs were paid for... i encourage you to find out about the investors who financed ww2 on both sides

i like this

>> No.15319954

The Great Waiting, or the Period of Agony.

Everyone is waiting for something to change. It won't.

>> No.15320075

we need a saviour and its not going to be in the form of some CEO

this seems interesting though dense to penetrate, where to start?

>> No.15320093

>No major war in over 70 years
You says this as if that's a good thing

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>> No.15320109

>Longest average lifespan in history
Zoomers and millennials are projected to die quite young, though. Food and lifestyle is shit.

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I specifically stated becoming. Your pic related only shows that nothing has gotten better given all of our “progress”. The future to come from our current stagnant system is bleak, and there’s no denying we are in the beginning of the spiritual crisis philosophers predicted 100 years ago. And to reiterate, basing something as general as the “human spirit” as OP stated solely on system specific indicators is absurd.

>> No.15320148

the global financial empire

>> No.15320158

it's not, that's why people have to be dragged kicking and screaming into their glorious capitalist utopia

>> No.15320163

The reset era

>> No.15320174

you know, the later part of the brezhnev era is known as the stagnation period, and then came perestroika and glasnost. we can't be definition see the new thing now, but when things change they will do so quickly and with little warning

>> No.15320177

>materialist metrics to a spiritual problem

>> No.15320193

not to mention a lifetime of stress, a tough job market for low wages and crushing debt to look forward to

>> No.15320194

The specific indicators I gave have been far from stagnant.

“Over the last 25 years, more than a billion people have lifted themselves out of extreme poverty, and the global poverty rate is now lower than it has ever been in recorded history. This is one of the greatest human achievements of our time,” World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim said. “But if we are going to end poverty by 2030, we need much more investment, particularly in building human capital, to help promote the inclusive growth it will take to reach the remaining poor. For their sake, we cannot fail.”

The 'spiritual crisis' was predicated by bored bourgeoisie who never had to do a days worth of manual labor in their lives and always had enough to eat

>> No.15320225

The Second Fucky Wucky

>> No.15320255

all good ones

>> No.15320305

The Age of Algorithms

>> No.15320379

But anon, again and again you cite statistics based only on material capital. Of course banker seeing the world only from this view will be overjoyed with people in Africa being moved into factories built by the Chinese, where they can manufacture useless products made from materials plundered from a fast-dying earth, which they can in turn amuse themselves with now that they are given enough metal coins to live slightly above the “poverty line”, becoming addicted to unnatural foods and living in concrete boxes. It’s all a spook. The “bored bourgeoisie” were the ones living as we do today, with enough time to dedicate to contemplation. Of course they were the only ones with the time to realize what we are only starting to realize now. The idea of human capital allowing us to keep the curves of innovation vs need separate only goes so far, it’s bounded by our limited human intelligence (time to learn vs lifespan) and the assumption of infinite progress (impossible). And to just dismiss spirituality is a dangerous basis on which to place your points, this existence is not solely a materialistic one.

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>> No.15320403

You're overthinking it.

>> No.15320418

>this existence is not solely a materialistic one
Say that to someone starving and without shelter or medical care. Most spirituality is just illusory hope for better material conditions.

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I don't like how some processes have caught the public imagination and how the term algorithm is in use today. An algorithm is just a formalizable procedure. A cooking recipe is a good example. If the banker didn't give you a loan because you were in the reds, while your neighbor got a loan because he had good credit did, that was an algorithm in place. Theoretical computer science hasn't advanced all that much since the 60's. Maybe microelectronics did. There's nothing new about muh algorithms that are used. Liberal arts faggots shouldn't spin up grand theories of modern technology just because the internet got user-friendly and people gave up more of their data for convenience.

>> No.15320542

This is the most blatantly retarded take on this I've ever read. You know damn well what the difference between a recipe and machine learning is, and you know damn well that the implementation of technology in the daily life of the average western man is nothing like it was in the 60s, you're just trying to out-contrarian the contrarians.

>> No.15320578

I know there's a lot of cringe, but I'd really like it to be called something cool.


Cool, really like that last one

that's a geological era you dumb fuck

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>What can we call this zeitgeist we currently live in?
the period of unrestrained jewish supremacy over the west

>> No.15320590

I don’t know but I like freaking hate it when people write about what’s going to happen in the style of whatever worldview they happen to favor. Can’t you write current events without your bullshit like come on

>> No.15320602

>you're just trying to out-contrarian the contrarians

>> No.15320616

The Post Pleistocene Era

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The infamous Every day 13 year old girls all over the world publically upload gigabytes of videos of themselves jiggling their newly grown tits in nothing but their underwear from their own comfortable bedrooms to a Chinese cloud server Era.

This Era raised some serious questions, but the Era of possible consensus had just passed.

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The infamous Every day 13 year old girls all over the world publicly upload gigabytes of videos of themselves jiggling their newly grown tits in nothing but their underwear from their own comfortable bedrooms to a Chinese cloud server Era.

This Era raised some serious questions, but the Era of possible consensus had just passed.

>> No.15320723

>No major war in over 70 years
stopped reading here

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pre-cyberpunk 2077

>> No.15320791

No war between any of the major powers. US, Russia, China, UK, Germany, France, or Japan. If you put India and Pakistan in there it changes but at least they haven't nuked each other yet

>> No.15320819

An age of rapacious fragile hyper-egotism

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>t. pinker
You need to go back, you fucking shill

>> No.15321104

People who obsess over their testosterone levels or their IQ are cringe my dude
Just be yourself, go fuck a bitch to prove you're high T, or do well at school to prove that you're intelligent. It's not that difficult.

>> No.15321156

Getting a bitch is easy. Getting an attractive/functional bitch is the issue.

>> No.15321697

The Great Exploitation

>> No.15321775
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Piss Earth

>> No.15321802

lol what are you 12?

>> No.15321817

I like how pol keeps trying to pretend like they read

>> No.15321853

Bullshit Scenario Phase 3
I'm not even kidding look it up

>> No.15321979

Technocratic Oppression Era
A little too on the nose
Not bad either

>> No.15322077

the Jewish century

>> No.15322103

>the consequences of a post-industrial society are to blame on capitalism itself, when any other economic system would lead to industrialization anyways
get fucked leftist nigger

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>> No.15322155

The Age of White Fragility

>> No.15322158

posting wanderer above the sea of fog is almost always a dead giveaway that you're a fucking moron

>> No.15322166

Didn't this stuff start in the 80s?

>> No.15322196


do you seriously believe that the 90s to 2020 is one distinct period? what exactly is different or worse about the state of the "human spirit" right now compared to before this period? what is this vague moralist bullshit

>> No.15322658

depression is on it's all time high and majority of youth are pessimistic about future

>> No.15322670

Yeah and that is also thanks to over consumption of media thanks to the internet, as well as propaganda saying the worlds is ending constantly

>> No.15322706

>implying the incoming economic, political and climate catastrophes aren't going to happen

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>> No.15322738

One can dream

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>> No.15322797

I'm going to use this in my essays btw

>> No.15322829

Good take, I shall use it as well

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Integral reality. As the west continues to be seduced by the illusion of pure integrality and galactical domination, the intelligence of evil and reversibility hold it in check, in the form of malfunctions, viruses, uncertainty, terrorism, inertia, obesity, etc.

>> No.15322970

Age of the System (ends when economy and government become separate)

>> No.15323953

Well we were bombed in the '90s. Tell me about that.

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>> No.15323996

Ultraromantic modern age

>> No.15324114

Peak anthropocene, or The Frenetic Age. Population growth has absurdly overshot the pace of development for anything remotely resembling sustainable industry, and forebodings of an enormous crunch are everywhere. The usual run of conscious frauds are getting busy fostering delusions in fresh guise, to hoard some piece or other of the planet in advance of inexorable crises, with top dogs building one kind of temporary Xanadu or other by cannibalizing empires that are fading into the increasingly trashed & depleted planetary background. This is simply the way things are now, and not only are liars and fools ever more strenuous and silly in their denials of it, the general dissonance of their uproar has a nightmare quality that is the freshest hell knowable to the prophetic or Apollonian imagination.

>> No.15324277

The Pre Crisis of the Crisis of Western Civilization
>The very principles of democracy open the door to Caesarism. But they are not to be lauded, for theirs is a dominion over nothing, the crisis of nihilism.

>> No.15324558

The End of History

>> No.15324567

It's called late capitalism

>> No.15324618

Why would you not use a per capita measure?

>> No.15324661

>It's called capitalism

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>> No.15324787

The internet and phone apps are our opium.

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>> No.15325804

i rate your rate 2/10 really shallow imotbqhfam

>> No.15325940

>kicking and screaming
>millions of spics and mudslimes trying to enter the west every year

>> No.15325951

What a faggot

>> No.15326047

More rampant drug use than any time in history
Lowest fertility rate than any time in history
Least amount of marriage than any time in history
More mass propaganda than any time in history
Least amount of ungoverned regions than any time in history
Greatest capacity to cause death than any time in history
Least amount of male leadership than any time in history
Greatest amount of mental illness than any time in history

>> No.15326061

Heidegger-Anons haven’t come out of the woodwork yet?

>> No.15326095

He literally stated NOT solely. Of course some level of basic necessities are required. The question by OP is not about the material conditions that clearly have improved, but about spirit. You can ofcourse attack this idea of spirit from multiple angles, for example by saying that there is more freedom of and access to ideas.

Or to phrase it differently, what are we supposed to do with the increase in lifespan and whatnot.
'Just enjoy life'. sure, but what is meant by that?

>> No.15326124

1715 - 1815 : enlightenment
1765 - 1830 : romanticism
1830 - 1898 : industrial/victorian age
1898 - 1945 : no name powerful enough to describe its complexity
1945 - 1990 : too irrelevant to be worth of a name
1990 - 2100 : the bugmen age

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>1715 - 1815 : enlightenment
>1765 - 1830 : romanticism
>1830 - 1898 : industrial/victorian age
>1898 - 1945 : no name powerful enough to describe its complexity
>1945 - 1990 : too irrelevant to be worth of a name
>1990 - 2100 : the bugmen age

>> No.15326169

Go away Pinker, happiness isn't measured in these terms.

>> No.15326176

>1898 - 1945 : no name powerful enough to describe its complexity
The First Fucky Wucky
>1945 - 1990 : too irrelevant to be worth of a name
The Great Edging
>1990 - 2100 :
The Second Fucky Wucky

>> No.15326210

>1898 - 1945 : no name powerful enough to describe its complexity
the ”wypipo be wildin” era

>> No.15326224

>1945 - 1990 : too irrelevant to be worth of a name

I hate this kind of logic, the era clearly had its own culture and sense of meaning. I dont know if some 60's Italian art film or an 80's experimental rock band, is superior or inferior to a Wagner opera, but there is art and there is culture. You could spend decades studying this period and going deeper and learning more.

>> No.15326345

bugman spotted
all you need to know is it starts with women suddenly fucking everything they see and ends with nwa inventing hip hop with fucka police

>> No.15326351

you don't understand.
not just philosophy, literature, art movements and politics had a "density" of meaning so high to fill 3 centuries ... but even science, math and logic. just compare all the revolutions in hard sciences of the first half of the 20th century (relativity, quantum mechanics, godel's logic, cantor or hilbert's mathematics, etc) with google glasses and the cybertruck.
ok we can call it the pop age. it seems quite appropriate.

>> No.15326358

and thats how you get clwon world !

>> No.15326488

>bugman spotted
Honestly, it sounds more like your the bugmen.

You belittle the 20th century as being some kind of cultural wasteland, which it is not, but I doubt you can appreciate art when you see or hear it.

For example, let me ask you this question, what is the highest form of art created in the late 20th century, I bet you could actually name anything.

I bet you are just projecting your lack of cultural sophistication onto other people.

>ok we can call it the pop age. it seems quite appropriate.
Most 20th century culture is actually less popular then a lot of 19th century culture.

Dont expect a music channel devoted to metal or progrock, but plenty of channels devoted to classical music.

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>sense of stagnation
>apocalyptic doom-mongering
>waiting for a real happening
>environmental decline (I'm not talking about climate change you, yes, YOU)
What if we call it... The Green Room Era?

>> No.15326924

The Social Media Era

>> No.15326991

More people commit suicide because there are more people in general, tard

>> No.15326999

> Least amount of male leadership than any time in history
And that's a good thing. Compare the countries being lead by women leaders and ones being lead by hypermasculine strongmen and see which ones are getting the most rekt by the virus.

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read pitirim sorokin's the crisis of our age. we live at the crisis of the sensate period. or read the reign of quantity and the signs of the times

>> No.15327198

i forgot to change. it's to be read b.C

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>> No.15327218

The Age of Schizo posting, I call it

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>> No.15327247

animalistic spirit? post-modernist denial of reality? hedonistic religion?

>> No.15327626

>Ctrl + F
>Dark Millennium
>0 Results found


>> No.15327666

>mass produced products and propaganda are culture

>> No.15328040

more like The Age Of Kikes And Their Nigger Footsoldiers

>> No.15328048

Shallow? Yeah pretty much. I don't want to live in an era with a meme-name.

>> No.15328094

cope :^)

>> No.15328096

> 1898 - 1945
Le Epic Western White Guy Time
> 1945 - 1990
Le Unepic I'm Scared Of PostMo Time

>> No.15328464

The Great Secular Depression
Secular division

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>Highest literacy rate in history
Prove it

>> No.15330587

let's exchange the subject to how well does hypermasculine strongmen leadership compared to women leader manages a pandemic to how well do they manage rampant immigrancy

>> No.15330613

>What can we call this zeitgeist we currently live in?
the great depression 2 ft. wacky woohoo orwellian mans

>> No.15330624

>he believes the population numbers
Check anywhere outside a major city, where have all the people gone? There used to be small towns everywhere, you would naturally expect those places to be growing? But, the people are all being forced the a few metropolotian areas, and why? In Belgium, I know. Do you?

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>they still don't know

>> No.15330789

What I do know is that the ethos each generation is moving further and further away from each other.
Unfortunately, I classify as a zoomer. But those born around 2010 are nothing like those born around 2000. I didn’t grow up with 24/7 internet access; many of my peers saw computers as a luxury or something for work until ~2008 or so. Smartphones were still something novel to us. It’s probably why there’s so many STEMfags.
Humans are versatile, but it frightens me knowing that there are toddlers and little children staring at an iPad 16 hours a day instead of learning to socialize. When you go in public, you can see this. Again, it’s frankly terrifying. Seeing technology replace parenting, god only knows what their mentality will be when they become teens or adults. They could return to tradition, or become puppets of jewry. I don’t know.

>> No.15331309

>What is marred with unforeseen tragedy and blatant disregard for the human spirit
Everyone bitches about the times as they happen, fifty years passes and everyone talks about what an enviable time it was. Bunch of shortsighted silly bullshit if you ask me, people just feel gratified by the cynicism. To negate something is to be superior, amirite?

> How do we break free from this?
By doing what you want nibba

>> No.15331566

People are killing themselves worldwide at they highest rate in history. I don’t even need to cite sources for that. It’s obvious and it’s obvious that bigger burgers aren’t the sole remedy to human distress

>> No.15331575

Only Americans

>> No.15331627

Circular reasoning. Bug man logic.

>> No.15331632

>slavery is good cuz no boom boom

>> No.15331809

Buying shit you don't need with money you don't have =/= slavery

>> No.15331927

one of the largest identifiers of spiritual death

>> No.15331941

I mean Reagan sold out America for wealth, and religion became the "not cool" thing

>> No.15331945

is that not a problem in its own ?

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>> No.15332010

2000BC - 1945AD : the age of man
1945AD - 3000AD : the age of the bugman

>> No.15332026

This Sunday there were combined protests against the lockdown, 5G, Bill Gates (?!), vaccinations and so on. This really hurt me, I find it difficult to advocate for democracy right now. Maybe Nick Land was right and we just need to accelerate; it is going to hurt but with a populace so totally retarded maybe force is the only way.

>> No.15332581

You sound underage, desu senpai.

>> No.15332723

> Ohh no they're gonna lend me money!! Oh god, oh fuck, please not th- not the infrastructure investments AAAAHHH

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Tiresomeness Era

>> No.15333991

Based, especially the part about photography.

>> No.15334142

We're in a hole dug by postmodernism. We used it to rip up the conventional rules of society then realised we had nothing to replace them with. And now we're stuck.

>> No.15334214

>especially the part about photography.
how so?

>> No.15334535

The age of flatulence

>> No.15334548

Global favela

>> No.15334559

lmfao you don't call a zeitgeist anything when you're in it

>period we live in now
>includes the fall of the soviet union and 9/11 AND the internet AND the personal smart phone AND drone warfare AND the rise and fall of american idol
fuck offffff

>> No.15334585

>from the 90s to current day
Yeah, no.
The timeline has broken down at least twice since then.

>> No.15334594

Clown World just ended.
I'm not sure what we're moving into now.

>> No.15334610


>Largest percentage of people living outside of poverty in history

This is the only thing mentioned that is actually good but I'm still somewhat skeptical of it
I'm sure there's not a lot of accuracy when it comes to measuring poverty past the last few centuries
But either way poverty is still a massive problem across the entire world and there is still no long term solution in sight

>> No.15334780

I want to see this graph extended back to the 1940s just to see where that Japanese trendline comes from.

>> No.15334820

For sure. Loneliness is also at an all-time high.

>> No.15335631

The Information age.

>> No.15336026

The proto-protofascist age. We are gonna make it my European brothers

>> No.15336127

>The coming of Caesarism breaks the dictature of money and its political weapon, democracy. After a long triumph of world-city economy and its interests over political creative force, the political side of life manifests itself after all as the stronger of the two. The sword is victorious over the money, the master-will subdues again the plunderer-will. If we call these money-powers 'Capitalism,' then we may designate as Socialism the will to call into life a mighty politico-economic order that transcends all class interests, a system of lofty thoughtfulness and duty-sense that keeps the whole in fine condition for the decisive battle of its history, and this battle is also the battle of money and law. The private powers of the economy want free paths for their acquisition of great resources. No legislation must stand in their way. They want to make the laws themselves, in their interests, and to that end they make use of the tool they have made for themselves, democracy, the subsidized party. Law needs, in order to resist this onslaught, a high tradition and an ambition of strong families that finds its satisfaction not in the heaping-up of riches, but in the tasks of true rulership, above and beyond all money-advantage. A power can be overthrown only by another power, not by a principle, and no power that can confront money is left but this one. Money is overthrown and abolished only by blood. Life is alpha and omega, the cosmic stream in microcosmic form. It is the fact of facts within the world-as-history. Before the irresistible rhythm of the generation-sequence, everything built up by the waking-consciousness in its intellectual world vanishes at the last. Ever in History it is life and life only race-quality, the triumph of the will-to-power and not the victory of truths, discoveries, or money that signifies. World-history is the world court, and it has ever decided in favour of the stronger, fuller, and more self-assured life decreed to it, namely, the right to exist, regardless of whether its right would hold before a tribunal of waking-consciousness.
Is he right?

>> No.15336144

The leftist age.

Contemporary society is what you get when you allow leftism.

>> No.15336810

one day you're going to be baffled at how indoctrinated you were, today.
postwar 20th certainly isn't as incredible as turn-of-the-century era, but I'd hardly call it irrelevant. Hell, if we'd have handled it differently, it could have been the road to paradise human superculture.
ooh le epic edgy mysterious
"Punk" is a genre, for fiction. It's just "cyber", as in "the cyber age", which is what normal people do in fact call it

>> No.15336896

>one day you're going to be baffled at how indoctrinated you were, today.

>> No.15336933

It's falling apart on its own, barring the invention of a superintelligence (which would be the bad end).


As to this age, it's the Age of Reason that began in earnest with the American Revolution. The Novus Ordo Seclorum. The deist Founding Fathers were wrong, spirit and reason are irreconcilable.

>> No.15336969

>1898 - 1945 : no name powerful enough to describe its complexity
A certain historian whose name escapes me called it the Hemoclypse, because this period saw the bloodiest wars in all of history.

>> No.15336983

Huh? Last time I checked the emasculated West was getting rekt.

>> No.15337200

"no u"

>> No.15338409

based schizo

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Age of Anxiety

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the age of decadent decline.

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Noooooooooooooooooo, not my most valuable to society welfare elderinios!

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My favorite!

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