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    1) People that have attended European universities or traveled the world beyond the continent. Cosmopolitanism is their way of life, and they like interacting with people from all walks of life (Or at least they think they do). They embrace change.

    2) People are who don't pursue travelling as a lifestyle. People who has a sense of belongingness to their community. They are technically sound and works hard. They are a close knit community. And will probably have good relations with their brethren until the end of time. The police man is probably the third cousin of the farmer's wife. The granddaughter of the farmer is married to the policeman's highschool friend. Something like that.

    I think these two broadly groups are divided between supporting and not support immigration. Both of them are cliches, certainly not all the former support immigration and not all of the latter are against it, but I think it gives an idea why some people are naturally inclined to think in a particular way.

    Anyway not really sure why I typed all of this. I felt the need to immortalize it somewhere so figured I post it here instead of saving it on .doc.

    Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.
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    why do you use that very annoying font
    It's not that bad if I only have to read a couple words of it but it makes my eyes hurt if i want to read the whole text so I'm not going to
 
 
 
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