Revolution through evolution

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1 comentário a “Revolution through evolution”

  1. que interessante paradoxo: o aumento das ideias, da percepção – e o delírio como inibidores do crime. isso quererá dizer que o crime é fruto de intelectos minguados, em uns casos, e de mentes naturalmente alucinadas por outro.

    na verdade sempre tive ideia de que ninguém se droga para ter mas sim para ser. interessantíssimo.

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