The Great Are Great, The Great Are All While The Weird Get Weirder

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Narrator: The great are great, the weak are weak all while the weird get weirder. Karl, the main sentient being of this macabre tale, lives through life like most of us, through a scope of ignorance of their impending forthcomings. He is seen through the eyes of his friends and of his bystanding, on lookers. Karl occupies his time speaking to his friends. His friends are always with him. always. Karl loves his friends. His friends are indifferent--indifferent in the sense that they do not comprehend the plane of reality that Karl lives on, they see him as more of a bystander to their own existence than as a friend. They do not understand the concept of friendship due to the fact that they are common house flies. Karl speaks to his friends, …show more content…
He seemed irritated that his friends were so close to him, holding him lovingly as they helped him in to a car. I do not see why he was so mad. His friends just gave him a really cool set of bracelets! His friends were very fashionable they were all in matching blue outfits that looked like they were sculpted onto their bodies. They surprised him with the gift, or I at least he seemed surprised when they put the bracelets on his wrists. He was on the ground and they put these beautiful silver chained interlocking bracelets on him--they are quite fashionable--and hoisted him up and helped him into this stylish car that was decorated with all these words and had these flashing lights on it that made me think of Christmas lights! If only the blue flashing lights were green then it would have been perfect Christmas colors! I guess he could have been mad that his friends were putting him into the back seat and in a cool car like that he wanted to sit in the front …show more content…
In the society we live in people face challenges and the man you saw has also faced challenges. The challenges he has lived through probably created an environment where committing a crime was his only option. The crime that he committed might not even be something morally wrong, laws are socially created and sometimes conflict with life styles or societal norms and because of his arrest and his now current label as a criminal labeling theory would say that he is statically more likely to commit more crimes and more dangerous crimes because he is now labeled as a criminal. This justice system is corrupt and is set up to oppress those who have limited access to socially 'proper ' social intuitions like education, and

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