A Selfish Argument for Making the World a Better Place - Egoistic Altruism

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    A Selfish Argument for Making the World a Better Place

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Tantronic
Tantronic

How are you so damn smart?

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Buddy WS the king
Buddy WS the king

Thanks!

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shardinhand
shardinhand

alright i see your point.

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shardinhand
shardinhand

i feel sorry that you thought of this i hadint and now it feels dirty, you took something good and tarnished it, i want people to flurish wether its good for corperations in my nation or not.

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Search Fluoride makes you Stupid
Search Fluoride makes you Stupid

The problem is politicians and governments do not want you to make a "Bigger Pie" for everyone because that threatens their power and control.

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A Weird Kid_ That’s Normal
A Weird Kid_ That’s Normal

Kurz srry to break it to you but thats a cake

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w0mbles
w0mbles

The economics of this argument are very dubious. The logic of the "7 times more cancer research" doesn't make any sense. In order to get that 7 times more research, a lot of money would have to be invested in to bringing up much of the human population to the point where it could contribute to that research. Which means that you forego much of that cancer research. And economic development was not a zero sum game in ancient history. There has always been innovation and economic improvements.

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SohanXD Gaming !
SohanXD Gaming !

2:00 see the covid mask?

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Марина Костерина
Марина Костерина

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Kristo Mefisto
Kristo Mefisto

1:54 - 2:02 WOW, nice nice summary of inventions and discoveries of Industrial Revolution, 19th, 20th and 21st century, antibiotics kill bacteria (in 20th century we've discovered a lot of new medicines, vaccines and antibiotics which cured a lot of diseases), power plants deliver energy (in 19th and 20th century we've discovered how to produce electricity from fossil fuels and nuclear fission), cell phones connect us (from 1980s to today phones have changed from brick size and weight devices only for making calls and sending messages, to newspaper thick devices, not only for calling and sending messages, but taking photos, recording videos, browsing the internet and online newspapers, watching YouTube, listening to music and playing different games.), planes (and cars, ships and trains too.) let us travel cheaply (in 20th century they've been explosion of production of cars, ships, planes and trains, which lead to explosion of cheap travels, and companies offering cheap travel by plane or coach or cruise ship or passenger train, causing some countries, especially those that do not have any natural resources for exports to aid their economic growth, to focus on tourism.), fridges store food (in 20th century we've invented fridges and preservatives, flavor enhancers and sweeteners, and food colorings that have changed the production, storage and consumption of food.). Continuous progress in all sectors of the economy for most of us seems normal today, but the discoveries of Industrial Revolution, 19th and 20th century changed our lives in just 8 generations. The change from stagnation and most adults working at agriculture to feed a small group of doctors, painters, kings, priests, and scientists to economic growth and most people working in offices, factories, public services (in energy, water and sewage, waste management, education, public transport, military, health, fire and police), shops, mining and fuel industry (in the extraction, processing and transport of crude oil, gas natural, hard and brown coal, metal ores and rare earth metals.), real estate, restaurants, science and hotels, really was the one the most drastic shift in human history, (the 2nd to be exact, the 1st was the agrarian revolution, when we have abandoned the hunter-gatherer lifestyle in favor of growing plants, breeding animals, building villages, and small towns, and finally cities.).

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Kiara Lee
Kiara Lee

I want pie.. seriously

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Awsometime
Awsometime

Ok commie

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Theo Pouroumalis
Theo Pouroumalis

This is why capitalism is so great. With minimal intervention, society and people sort themselves out.

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Pedro Sabarots
Pedro Sabarots

I coined this term in college... like 6 years ago.. I wrote a paper on it.. have proof and all.

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45strafe
45strafe

6:30 I don't, no.

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Arachniking
Arachniking

I agree but someone must always be low to supply people up high with stuff like food or other trivial junk

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Kenny Zhou
Kenny Zhou

I just want to say something here *Thank you so much to all the entrepreneurs out there! I don't what to do without you, keep fighting, never give up! We love you!*

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SuperWolfman9
SuperWolfman9

Jeff Bezos: *"hhhhhhmmm no. Wage Slavery for Everyone!"*

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Max Negbaur
Max Negbaur

Whoa wait at 1:58 there's someone in a face mask. Kurzgesagt is a time traveler!

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GoalSet Fitness
GoalSet Fitness

I can imagine god saying this to us, after we’ve all passed on. What life could have been

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Neville Chamberlain
Neville Chamberlain

Economies were growing long before the industrial revolution.

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Heathen
Heathen

how come that utopians always forget that there is a FINITE amount of resources we have to deal with, which literally debunks everything they say

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Guilherme Fonseca Ribeiro
Guilherme Fonseca Ribeiro

I want to get richer and to do so, gotta make people's lives better, that's the core of the free market in a nutshell

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josh hosfeld
josh hosfeld

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Creativity
Creativity

But think about the side effects of using the upgraded technology, using non renewable resources and using harmful radiation is not a plus.

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Dear Diary
Dear Diary

This video should be shown to all politicians and millionaires

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Demetrie Petkas
Demetrie Petkas

This is the CUTEST way of promoting Globalism and the Great Reset I’ve ever seen! They left out the part about who makes the rules, decides what flavor the pie is (and still gets an obscenely disproportionate amount). Hint: see the credits What if I want ice cream? This is a great way of explaining why to give away your freedom. Once that’s gone you won’t ever have any choice ever again. This should frighten you.

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Fabrizio Carbajal Pimentel
Fabrizio Carbajal Pimentel

1:59 That person was already living in 2020

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Jasmine Carter
Jasmine Carter

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Learn with Adeesha
Learn with Adeesha

Actually, can you make a video explaining monoclonal antibodies?

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Adham Abousalem
Adham Abousalem

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Janelle Kaz
Janelle Kaz

Are we just assuming that environmental harmony is prioritized alongside making everyone else "better off"? I hope so

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Earthling
Earthling

That's why Google spends so much money on cancer treatments and research, to extend its user base and monopolize almost the entire internet traffic towards its own services and apps, basically to spy on us and sell our data.

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Nethika Dasanayaka
Nethika Dasanayaka

(6:27) I like how the car in the Martian city was a Tesla Roadster.

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Emma Hix
Emma Hix

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shiyang wang
shiyang wang

Be aware of the EVIL who try to control peoples WISH instead of helping people to grow natually..........count some-media as the first........The result is:working together wont be helping you and the good ones,instead,you are working,just for the satisfiction of their-own-imagination!Like a cancer.

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shiyang wang
shiyang wang

The balance between ego&conscious masculine&feminine-characters and maintenance&expansion ought to be always taken care of.

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X W
X W

This is ecactly what Chinese Xi talked about. 人类命运共同体

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Nellie Ferguson
Nellie Ferguson

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Floran Sarrano
Floran Sarrano

What if more better- off people would collectively destroy their planet? 🌎😞

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GamingSensation
GamingSensation

“If the demand is high, then everyone’s more likely to get what they want” Me With no PS5 cause the demand is high

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Bruno Morales
Bruno Morales

i love you

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Houssam Boukhecham
Houssam Boukhecham

Amazing

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ner
ner

Do u like being alive? Me: Hmm Im not sure... Do I?

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mapelvaleye
mapelvaleye

basically aynd rand capitalism

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Jorge Igual Bonilla
Jorge Igual Bonilla

But what about inflation?

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Zemlak Ismael
Zemlak Ismael

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PyroMancer2k
PyroMancer2k

It was always a Positive sum game, the main difference is the positive sum is growing exponentially like our population. If you look at the rise and fall of empires throughout history you'll see this. As empires rise the overall standard of living increases like with the Rise of the Roman empire. But then something happens, usually some greedy people in power who treat it as a zero sum game or just to lazy to contribute but just wants to take what they want. Eventually the Empire collapses either from outside invaders or internal revolts and most people end off worst off. It's only seems like it was a zero sum game to the untrained eye because the overall pie on the average slowly increased due to the constant rising and falling of empires since a years of growth are then offset by years of decline. After all some of the most successful empires in history revolved heavily around trade because they benefited from specialization which is something that contributes to the positive sum game.

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Jean Briones
Jean Briones

Poor thing 6:30

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Yago Dórea
Yago Dórea

That's a purely Keynesian argument for economy... You see, selfishly-driven innovation doesn't necessarily produce valuable research, or even any research at all, we also can't grow our economy indefinitely because our resources are finite. Human drives are vast and we will (we are) probably end up destroying our planet before people realize it is in their self-interest to conserve it, zero our carbon emissions and promote social and racial equality throughout the globe.

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Mars Similien
Mars Similien

Love this one, yes!!

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Daniel VanderWoude
Daniel VanderWoude

in the phones texts there was a masks Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm?

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Arex Productions
Arex Productions

Kinda disregards the fact that f.e. crop land, clean water or resources we need for technology aren't endless and there's no way of making them endless in sight. I can see why a billionaire would sponsor this video xD

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david rab
david rab

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Dorota Krempa
Dorota Krempa

Kurzgesagt videos are a sign of changing world. And that is giving me hope.

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Jure Oslakovic
Jure Oslakovic

Kurzgesagt, i agree with you, minus your notion that we need money to do things. Check The Venus Project. You'll see how monetary system is obsolete.

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MrKeyframes
MrKeyframes

The only consequence is pollution and a lack of resources, perhaps conflicts that arise because of resources :/

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Tens0r
Tens0r

*optimistic nihilism in one hand, egoistic altruism in the other*

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david rab
david rab

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Quan the Blob
Quan the Blob

They sure like birds.

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Sehbaj Singh
Sehbaj Singh

what about climate change?

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Teresa Daly
Teresa Daly

He did it already.

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Mason Nleson
Mason Nleson

Does Kurzgesagt post their sources? I would really appreciate it if so!!

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Griffin Tattongeyer
Griffin Tattongeyer

The human purpose learning how to make pie

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Neelesh Agrawal
Neelesh Agrawal

I would disagree to this conclusion of "'positive sum game" based on only one factor "scarcity of planetary resources"

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123okubo
123okubo

humans. birdies.

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Empty
Empty

"Fridges store food" -Kurzgesagt Shit, that's deep

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Stevie Jo
Stevie Jo

That's why Communism doesn't work... People want MORE pie!!

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Emma Hix
Emma Hix

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To-John love to you. Landeros
To-John love to you. Landeros

Let's start taxing the rich to fix poverty

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To-John love to you. Landeros
To-John love to you. Landeros

Wait a second... Capitalists keep us worse off. Tax the rich until the Gates family cures Aids and cancer.

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Mironeme
Mironeme

Коммунизм в будущем неизбежен, при переходе человечества на следующую ступень эволюции. При капитализме, все о чем здесь говорят нереализуемо.

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11A J11
11A J11

I feel like deep down... I'd rather have 100$ when everyone has 10$ instead of everyone having 1000$... I'm ashamed... but I think its true...

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Connie Prude
Connie Prude

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Maia Cindy
Maia Cindy

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Cryptid._
Cryptid._

Wow

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Moec Moec
Moec Moec

"In a country you've never heard of" Jokes on you, I heard about them all

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ZephanL
ZephanL

Oh your a world fan? Name every country

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Robert Linares
Robert Linares

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Shiraki Hiraki
Shiraki Hiraki

I don't like being alive....

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Sassy
Sassy

So capitalism?

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Did America Ask For Your Opinion?
Did America Ask For Your Opinion?

What if I help people be well off economically and they attack my countries sovereignty and foundational values using the prosperity and technology I shared? No thanks on this Globalist Communist farsicle idea. Your Utopian idealism is once again paving the road to hell.

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Tiny Desk Engineer
Tiny Desk Engineer

"Pie" - Kurzgesagt, 2018

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duke royalty
duke royalty

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Sigataros
Sigataros

nobody: we need more pie

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One Card Short
One Card Short

convoluted argument for eating the rich, but I'm down.

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Awesome Among us
Awesome Among us

0.55 what the hell was that sound?!

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Corey Kelly
Corey Kelly

If only we spent as much on bettering ourselves as we do on killing ourselves, the world would be an insanely different place.

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Olin Keyser
Olin Keyser

cant wait for mafia groups to start demanding that we build hospitals and universities

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Voco Troms
Voco Troms

People who protested the need of a lockdown are of zero sum game mindset, their brains are hardwired in a way that +lockdown is equivalent to -lost freedom or -lost jobs, what they didn't anticipate is that if more people follow lockdown sooner, the more likely they will keep their jobs, which in turn keeps their freedom.

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Ryorai
Ryorai

So if life isnt a zero sum game where did they get the resources to fuel the industrial revolution? Ah who cares, greater good, innovation, yadayada. Really ironic how you deny imperialism in a video sponsored by the Gates.

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Rob Royce
Rob Royce

Show this to the psychopaths

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Tim Fode
Tim Fode

Your example with cancer is really frustrating. You can't say put 7x more money into something and expect 7x the initial result. Should we invest in cancer research. Yes. But to make this claim that we should put more money into something it's going to fix it. That's not how life works. You can't throw money at problems and expect them to go away. Sometimes it makes it worse. The cancer piece felt very "off" from the rest of your video content.

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Kirby Fan98 [Master of TRAF] [TTBA]
Kirby Fan98 [Master of TRAF] [TTBA]

The thumbnail: Which one do you want in the future? Among us, roblox and fortnite becoming reality? Or Islam winning over satan so there will always be peace and harmony? An angel or a person: yes.

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jus god's self-insert oc
jus god's self-insert oc

In my brief stint in the corporate world i figured out the ghastly truth: the rich keep the poor in poverty not bc it makes them more money, but bc they hate poor ppl and will choose cruelty over profits every single time

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doza
doza

Can rich people keep their whole pie without stopping the worker from making their own pie just to feel supperior ?

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Serhan Oktay
Serhan Oktay

01:40 _ 01:48 Or is it? the music intensifies... and as always, thanks for watching.

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Trần Hải
Trần Hải

I live in Vietnam (a socialist country) and my big question is: will capitalism exist forever or fall down in the future? Can everyone answer it for me please? Thanks so much!!

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Demon Z
Demon Z

we should show this to trump supporters

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Mir
Mir

That bird at 0:40 makes me sad.

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st1220
st1220

i like pie

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Edward
Edward

I want it all! I want the whole [PIE]!

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doza
doza

How about switching taking turns to eat the pie and do research?

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Liam Rojas
Liam Rojas

Kurzgesagt: pie Me: oh boy! what flavor? Kurzgesagt: pie flavor

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pepperX
pepperX

"Supported by the Bill & Melinda Gates foundation" ?? OuCh !

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pepperX
pepperX

@notanidiotasd51 That's what I thought. Im slightly dissapointed

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notanidiotasd51
notanidiotasd51

??? I believe they got funding from THAT EVIL SATAN REINCARNATE BILL GATES !! O NOESS!! BIL GATS IS GONA INJEKT US AL WIT VAKKINES!!

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Catherine Lemmons
Catherine Lemmons

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