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The Habitat of Vyse

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I'm not a very good writer or story teller but I wanted to try.

The story takes place in a socialistic country whose government exhibits some interesting but irregular ethics. After 50 years of unsustainable federal spending, new ideologies have taken hold of government officials. Some in power begin to think that a large social experiment must take place in order to continue learning about ideal habitats for humans.

The citizens of the country are often distracted by the drive to satiate their desires and those who stand in the way of the government have steadily become easier to sway.

This Journal is likely to be absurd and a bit incoherent. Enjoy. First notice the name contains the words "Libertarian" and "Socialist"... I believe these are fundamentally different. I'll work on it.

The Region is by NHP.

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