Maybe it's time to end the American experiment.

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    ...except perhaps Vermont, but maybe we could airlift in supplies like Berlin.
    You think while you guys are dropping supplies for us, you could land and pick up a few flatlanders and drop em back in New York or Mass? Preferably without landing again

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    Please, for the love of God, if you are going to quarantine the northeast at least let me get the hell out of Massachusetts first.
    “Those who deny freedom to others deserve it not for themselves.”
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    Some people seem to care more for a minority's rights than the majority's rights. There are many examples of the majority thinking one way but the lawmakers disregard this because the "know" what is better for us. I am not referring to ethnic issues at all. I am referring to behaivioral issues.
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