nevermind

1. noun
a) Attention, heed.

Either way—doesnt mean no nevermind to me, you understand.

b) Concern, affair.

So it dont make a heap of nevermind to me which one you choose!

2. verb
To ignore.

Nevermind a sustainable river, a sustainable earth, like an improvident farmer who kills his only milk cow because he wants steak tonight.


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