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I suppose that opinions are one of the worlds most important things. Sadly, they are all used up. We are not aloud to have opinions. They are handed out, like food. You have most likely never heard of "food", but it is something that people used to digest. That was before Perfect arrived.
That was before Winter left forever, before our last names were all changed to "Perfect", before the month's names were destroyed, instead given a code for each day, and before the sun turned dark. Or at least until we needed it, then we simply flick the Sun-now switch. Only the government can do that, though. We do nothing, but enjoy ourselves everyday. Because, this is Perfect. What else would we do?
There hasn't been a war in over 5o years. That was the last war. The 3rd world war. Perfect had one, and now it showed everywhere we went. Dictionaries were revised, any violent words taken out.
I believe that it was a mistake. All of this I mean. Perfect isn't so very perfect. It demands so much. For instance, if your even caught for over 5 seconds, not smiling then you put into a Porgnal. Not jail. It is no longer in the dictionary, either. A Porgnal is the only punishment in Perfect, but it alone is bad enough. "Bad", also gone from the dictionary...
Perfect rotates, it is the axis of the world. It is the world. There is nothing else left. I wonder...Perfect is like a disease. I remember when I was young, it was something many people strived for. But not anymore. Yet, they are not satisfied. They act as though they are, but it can be read on their empty faces.
This is the world, and there is nothing I can do about it. Maby one day it will change, but I never thought that being so perfect would result in the worst perfection ever created...Perfect...our worst enemy.

From Jacob Perfect's journal on go4nr80
(translated is: May 23,1999)

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