The opposite of love is not hate, it’s indifference. The opposite of art is
not ugliness, it’s indifference. The opposite of faith is not heresy, it’s
indifference. And the opposite of life is not death, it’s indifference.
— Elie Weisel

Chapter 19, Page 6

Chapter 19, Page 6

There’s just something about the trio that makes the jokes roll out.  And yes, Jacob is referring to Exit.  He’s learned not to be cheeky with all the Genocide Men…

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Roger: I thought we had a rule that we don't let Jacob drive?
Girii: He's not driving, he's flying.
Roger: For god's sake, why are we letting Jacob fly!? The last time we let Jacob drive, he plowed through a farmer's market!
Girii: There are no markets up in the air, Roger.
Roger: I'm worried about him hitting one on the ground!
Jacob: Relax, I got this. We had a smartass pilot in the project...always kidding us about how we needed him. So I took some flight training. He was always polite to me after that.

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Discussion (5)¬

  1. Ro'Wan says:

    Been a while since we’ve seen “stage left” (Exit), what happened to him?
    Don’t recall him dying………………..

  2. clonedpixels says:

    The problem I see with this situation is, his instructor didn’t drill into him to always have a hand on the collective?

  3. And the American puritanical ideal says:

    @clonedpixels Jacob has super reflexes yo

  4. Weatherheight says:

    There is no one so self-assured as the person who believes he is indispensable, and no one more nervous than that same person after he’s found out that he’s not.

  5. SteelRaven says:

    Think we meet this pilot earlier 🙂