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Ah, come on, there needs to be some upper bound.
Don’t mind me, I’m just remembered of that scene at the end of “Amelie”.
Of course there is. It would just take a few lifetimes for most of us to reach it, is all. Hence the adverb “virtually.”
One of my favorite movies, btw. Haven’t seen it in a while, guess I know what I’m doing tonight after the kids are asleep!
Your banner ads are making snowflakes appear all across the page. I am very drunk and I thought I had been hallucinating.
Nah, I just added that for the holidays.