>>113295008>One-one can give passengers numbers, they just have to do the process again, as with Jesse.
How can that girl get a number if the pod would have taken her to a far away cart with no number>Do you really think it is something selfish to destroy things in a case of complete impotence?
I never said it was selfish, i said it was a bad thing to do no matter what she was feeling>I don't tell you that is good but the train literally spit in her face that he could never leave
Reality is harsh and she couldn't live that fact, not everyone can and should get everything they want>Is it selfish to simply want to leave a place that actively wants to kill you?
The train wasn't trying to kill her, it was just two guys that she got rid of, she only wanted off because she personally felt like she deserved better, because she personally thought she was better than the rest, better enough to be treated like a human>He only started to break things when he realized that he could never get out, She was not breaking everything that was in her path, it was more because of the anger of knowing that everything on the train thinks that she is only an denizen>Anger justifies destruction
That's not how things work, also she is a denizen, getting off the train doesn't change that>From the book one was clear that they were going to kill her, and not even recycle her, they were just going to kill her,
Well no shit, i didn't deny that, i just said that someone else was gonna kill her, which is a reasonable assumption considering that officers don't do >that's why Mace stopped fighting when they were outside the train, he doesn't care about anything just wanted to kill her>Hey dawg, i'm trying to kill you>Which is why i'm not trying to kill you
Wut>and what did you expect? Let the train tell her to just let herself die because she don't blame her "purpose"
Again, the train itself isn't trying to kill her, she could've just stayed there after the officers died