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Vegetated corridor (by nikkornova)

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There are some questions you don’t ask, as was pointed out by George Orwell years ago. He wrote an essay, an important essay, maybe the most important one he ever wrote — and it was not published, incidentally. It was the introduction to Animal Farm, which everybody’s read in school. But you didn’t read any introduction. The introduction was about censorship in England. He said, “Look, this is a satire about a totalitarian state, but we shouldn’t be self-righteous — it’s not that different in free England.” He said in free England there are many ways in which ideas that are unpopular will just not be able to be expressed. And he gave two ways. One, he said, is that the press is owned by wealthy men who have every reason not to want certain ideas to be expressed. And second, he said, if you have a good education, you have internalized the fact that there are some things it just wouldn’t do to say.
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i want one so bad (by FRAPPS 4 DA TWEEN▲GE SOUL)

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There are some questions you don’t ask, as was pointed out by George Orwell years ago. He wrote an essay, an important essay, maybe the most important one he ever wrote — and it was not published, incidentally. It was the introduction to Animal Farm, which everybody’s read in school. But you didn’t read any introduction. The introduction was about censorship in England. He said, “Look, this is a satire about a totalitarian state, but we shouldn’t be self-righteous — it’s not that different in free England.” He said in free England there are many ways in which ideas that are unpopular will just not be able to be expressed. And he gave two ways. One, he said, is that the press is owned by wealthy men who have every reason not to want certain ideas to be expressed. And second, he said, if you have a good education, you have internalized the fact that there are some things it just wouldn’t do to say.
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"There are some questions you don’t ask, as was pointed out by George Orwell years ago. He wrote an essay, an important essay, maybe the most important one he ever wrote — and it was not published, incidentally. It was the introduction to Animal Farm, which everybody’s read in school. But you didn’t read any introduction. The introduction was about censorship in England. He said, “Look, this is a satire about a totalitarian state, but we shouldn’t be self-righteous — it’s not that different in free England.” He said in free England there are many ways in which ideas that are unpopular will just not be able to be expressed. And he gave two ways. One, he said, is that the press is owned by wealthy men who have every reason not to want certain ideas to be expressed. And second, he said, if you have a good education, you have internalized the fact that there are some things it just wouldn’t do to say."

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