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Old Wednesday 17th June 2020, 08:14   #7
Whiterain
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Dangerous and senseless to censor history. For explorers and those whose findings can never be truly theirs, it's been almost the sole acknowledgement of discovery to plant your name on what you've found.

Named places and things are no different than the signature at the bottom of a card, and the fact that something is named is simply proof that the information was gifted to the world.

Brave new world we live in...
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