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Ugghhh. We have a problem. I can't see the entire building out there. Because it was fogged. You couldn't see it too well. I guess that they will have wait for next few days when the fog will goes away.
WTF? Last time I looked at this thread, which was maybe like a month ago, I swear it was only about 10 stories above ground, and now its half the height of Jin Mao already! I wish we built stuff that fast here in merka.
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