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...or my peace and freedom.
Titus, I implore you to join me on this mission. I have already enlisted the assistance of my father and he is completely behind me. I know that once you see the effect that our work has on our World, you will be instantly gratified. The Feed simply
is not all that it is hyped to be. By letting a computer control our lives, we are distancing ourselves from our full capabilities as humans. Think about it, our grandparents did not have Feeds, yet they lived long, fruitful lives and were able to make do in a world where they could have babies without in vitro, and they could swim in the ocean because it wasn’t so acidic the whales had to wear raincoats! Titus, the world was a better place before Feednet took over. I just want to get back to that.
I know this will be hard for you to process, but please read and think it over.
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