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New Zealand Girl Sends Prime Minister $5 'Bribe' To Fund Dragon Research

NPR Tuesday, 14 May 2019
An 11-year-old sent Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern the seed money to launch studies about dragons and telekinesis. Why? So she can grow up to be a dragon trainer.
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