dreadedcandiru2 (dreadedcandiru2) wrote,
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dreadedcandiru2

On the eradication of self-awareness.

I'd like to continue on with the theme I propounded last Friday night about how I think that one of the long-term goals John and Elly seemed to share was to eradicate any sort of self-awareness in their children so as to make it easier for horses to be owned as well as to defend themselves from having their own self-awareness kick in and make them see grasping jackals who view the people of the world as a sort of vending machine designed to reward them for the horrible deprivation of not getting what they want when they want it.

As an example, were Liz to have enough self-awareness to realize that she's the one who's supposed to be guiding her own destiny instead of waiting for faith and fate to deliver the miracle, she might start to question why she needs to base her whole life on marrying someone to please two stupid old coffin-stuffers who won't allow anything to be good enough. Were that horrible horror to happen, we might even have to endure a greater horror: Liz telling her parents why they suck as human beings.
Tags: boomer lens-cap stupidity, john and elly versus their children
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