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You can’t tell someone how to relax. It’s a personal thing. Me? I’m pretty simple. I want warm. No clouds. Supine. Strong drink with a load of decorations hanging out of it, plugged into my wrist. And quiet—no data, no people. In this sunshine, all people do is make shadows. Simplicity is expensive, but I’ve earned it.
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