|CHAPTER 11 There was a VIP named fCarl,
2 Who sat down and figured it all out for good,
3 And then told everybody,
4 From a platform on gHyde Park corner.
5 hThe things Carl had to say wound up changing the world,
6 But not right away.
7 The fact is, when you figure it all out for good,
8 iIt takes time for everybody to understand it,
9 Which is why Carl didn't get the warmest possible reception right away.
CHAPTER 21 According to Carl, the problem with Mankind was that it kept trusting someone else to take care of things,
2 Which was a mistake because no one can be trusted except the masses.
||3 jFor example, Mankind kept wanting to trust God,
4 kWho couldn't be trusted because he wasn't there.
5 lFor another example, Mankind kept wanting to trust the rich and high-born and well educated,
6 mWho couldn't be trusted because they were rich and high-born and well educated,
7 nMeaning they knew enough to look out for themselves first.
8 All this misplaced trust resulted in some pretty inevitable occurrences,
9 oNamely, the masses always got it in the neck from the pbourgeoisie,
10 qWho had all the capital and naturally didn't want the masses to get any of it.
CHAPTER 31 Fortunately though, according to Carl, the rmachinery of history was pretty powerful,