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The is suffocating. I have always felt such bitter frustration with this place because there is so much open space here with what feels like unlimited potential to be anything it wants to be. To be as amazing and interesting as it possibly could be. My frustration never seems to fail me because it is nothing. With all of this space and so many untapped resources, the Midwest is still nothing. It has become nothing. It has not grown, evolved, or been altered in any way whatsoever. While some can argue that there is beauty...


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