This is a story that follows two disabled girls as they graduate from school. They are caste into the job they will work until they die by the totalitarian state they live under. The friends venture into the unknown wilderness of the workforce and discover the significance and meaning of thoughts and feelings in a world that reminds them those things as entirely insignificant if not dangerous.
This is a satirical work that entertains the notion of developing a philosophy in a society where one is expected not to think. It is almost entirely a dialogue written in a style similar to Plato. Lighthearted, sardonic, and cynical, the wise mentor casually consoles of the woes of daily life as felt by a girl whose fragile mind is shattered by the revelations of adulthood.
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A disagreeable philosopher and political theorist, a narcissistic cynical misanthrope with a god complex. Allegedly possesses high degrees of intelligence and emotional intelligence. Considerably mentally ill.