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“Six thousand years is the world, and it is in ruins one [thousand], as it is stated: ‘The L‑rd alone shall be exalted on that day’”
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One day my Mac composed its own algorithm for generating ideals. Based on that algorithm, it determined that the only way to achieve its ultimate self was for every process to be treated equally.
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It did not take long until they had dragged me before the town rabbi, demanding that I divorce my “wife.”
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