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In the Third Millenium...

...Wait, what do you mean, it was a typo?

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  • jessicaj notes the proliferation of plastics in today's day and age.
  • kthejoker remembers that the average life expectancy in the 19th century was 37 years, compared to today's average of 67 for the world, and as high as 80 in many developed countries.
  • Kizor reminds us that we've also walked on the moon.
  • Mouq shows us that we almost exclusively buy products made around the world, by people we don't know from places we've probably never been to. Buying local is necessarily a movement that hippies push. (Also hippies.)

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