“I really felt for Floyd in spite of his drunken existence. I hurt for him, I was angry for him, I was right along with him as he started to reach out for loved ones as they started slipping away, family and friends alike.
“Floyd is admirably tough and lovable, which takes some strength in a world where people get snatched away for no good reasons thanks to corporate greed and politics. He manages to pull himself from a helpless position in his world to a position of power to try and save people he cares about as well as society in general… at least, whatever’s left of it, soggy with acid rain and scarred by struggling to grow in a dying world. What’s scary, though, is that aside from just a little bit of futuristic cosmetic surgery and a few other things, you could look around at the current global climate and see this mess be a real possibility.
That gives me just enough of a spine-chill to hope certain company executives never read this tale, and that humanity hasn’t been consumerized into (near) extinction just yet.”
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