dreadedcandiru2 (dreadedcandiru2) wrote,

Foob and Order: The Sequel Absence Conundrum.

The interesting thing about Elly's time in Inverted Reality Court is that it's the same sort of one-off deal that her time as a protester was. As you will recall, what happened back then was that Elly never bothered trying to organize anything because she'd been made a fool of by someone who came along and stole her idea and her fight. What she lost sight of (or, more accurately, never saw in the first place) is that the politician she thinks is a lying jerk who stole her good idea to make her look like the fool with the sandwich board was quietly trying to do the same thing she was but better by following procedure. Either way, the end result is her feeling stupid because she thinks that she's always going to be seen as a big idiot who everyone makes fun up because she doesn't realize that she's been forgotten.

The same thing appears to be happening here. She gets a very lucky break in that the judge throws her case out sight unseen because the policeman didn't show up to back up his report but thinks that she still got run over by the wheels of justice because she got ticketed for not putting enough cash in the meter. The end result is that she thinks that the criminal justice system is there to coddle people trying to destroy society while punishing poor innocent people like her who never did anything like zone out in rush hour traffic and collide with someone doing 35 in a 30 zone. This means that she'll just pay traffic tickets because they'll beat her down anyway, the idiot.
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