Gather ’round, kiddos. Let ol’ gramps tell you some history.
You all remember your parents talking about where they were the night the sky went out, don’t you? There was a lot of bally-who about who done it, why they
So here’s the way I see it. I think it was a culmination of factors coming together, and it can be explained in different ways. For instance, you could say the government put up a screen over the sky. That’s pretty common knowledge at this point. They blocked out our real sky with a digital projection of the sky. Sunlight and the whatnot still got through, but when we looked up, we were seeing what they wanted us to see rather than what was there. The thing you gotta consider is the fact that the government ain’t nothing but a projection in itself, a screen for our own minds to cover the reality of perception, a personification of our own inability to see the truth. Do you get what I’m sayin’, Billy?
Get that plastic hammer out of your mouth.
Anywho, so the government was aware we
The battle lines had been in the process o’ being laid out for a decade. All through the years of drug use and travel, and even in the calm times. Players were settling into both sides, you see. For a long time, no one really knew where people like Burl and his little clique down at
And that’s where Emily came in. She stood at the top of the hill, with all of the power from Tish flowing into her, and she laid waste to those space buggers. Now, I wasn’t there to see it in the flesh
Now, that don’t mean that anything is over, that those little problems can’t come back or take new shape. It just means that we’re all okay, for now. We can get up each morning, do what we gotta, even if it’s just going down to the store to pick up a new book to read. Ain’t nothing wrong with that, you get me?