He was the best of us, the worst of us, and the finest mind we’ve ever produced.
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As Lithuania shows, sometimes a return to ethnic identity can mean liberation.
The captain of cheesy stunts, his trendy space debris is destined to orbit the sun for an estimated billion years.
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