|7 aBecause what can you do?
CHAPTER 121 And still another great writer will discover the literary value of having a bcomic hero trapped in some worthless and unimportant foreign city,
2 While they're having a cplague,
3 dWhich means you can't get out,
4 eEven though it doesn't have anything to do with you,
5 Except that you'll die there,
6 fAlong with everybody else,
7 gBecause what can you do?
CHAPTER 131 And there will be yet another great writer who will discover the literary value of having a hcomic hero who is actually funny,
2 iWhile trapped in a situation he can't get out of, of course,
3 jBecause the funniest part of the comedy is that it seems like you might be able to get out,
4 Since all you have to do to get out is be declared insane,
5 Except that that doesn't work,
6 kBecause if you tell them you're insane to get out, they'll know you're sane enough to want to get out,
7 lAnd if you don't tell them you're insane, they're not allowed to let you out.
8 mAnd so the remarkably clever punch line of the joke is that you have to come to terms with it,
9 nBecause what can you do?
CHAPTER 141 oAnd this will inspire other great writers to explore the literary value of making comic heroes be funny,
||2 Which is a kind of reassurance,
3 Since it suggests that everyone is really in the same pboat,
4 qWhich is to say, all alone.
5 And there will be writers whose comic heroes become trapped in a comical world of rlust,
6 Where if you keep masturbating, you can't have slove,
7 But if you tstop masturbating, it won't help,
8 So you have to come to terms with it,
9 uBecause what can you do?
10 And there will be other writers whose comic heroes are trapped in hilariously funny indeterminate limbos,
11 vLike the wTrojan Horse,
12 xAnd the only way out is through the horse's yanus,
13 zAnd you know what that means,
14 But you might as well come to terms with it,
15 aaBecause what can you do?
16 And there will be writers whose comic heroes are trapped in wryly humorous suburban lifestyles,
17 bbWhich they can't get out of,
18 Since when you live in the suburbs what else is there?
19 And so they have to come to terms with it,
20 ccBecause what can you do?
CHAPTER 151 And there will be still other great writers who realize that if all plots are the same ddplot,