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[SEQ RERUN] When Life is Cheap, Death is Cheap

1 Post author: MinibearRex 20 November 2012 05:10AM

Today's post, When Life Is Cheap, Death Is Cheap was originally published on November 24, 2008. A summary:

 

Human cultures have historically adapted to scenarios in which they were the victims of genocide, etc. Ems would likely respond this way as well.


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