A fable: Uselessness in Seattle – California News

A fable: Uselessness in Seattle – California News

Sometime between 20 o’clock and 21 o’clock on 30 April, 2044, Moira Pease was beaten to death as she left the auditorium. She was a seventh dan in taekwondo, wore bullet-protective clothing, and carried a laser immobilizer. Her QuikHelp button had been activated, but the medicopter did not arrive in time to save her.
L. Pease, as she preferred to be called because of her lesbian orientation, had been effective in presenting her argument. While the titles Mr., Mrs., and Ms. were still used by heterosexual individuals, others preferred the L, G, B, T, and Q designations, as appropriate to their sexual preference. L. Pease believed that as much as half of the entire national population was “useless.”
A few minutes before her death, L. Pease had been debating Mr. Amda Warsangali, a third-generation Somali American who argued that there were no useless people, only individuals trapped in useless activity. Pease and Warsangali represented opposing factions of the Millennial World Party, the national political organization that emerged from the bloodbath suffered by Republicans and Democrats during the elections of 2020.
The difference in their viewpoints went beyond semantics and affected the implementation of national policy.
The States President watched the debate from the East Wing of the White House because he had to deal with the fact that 46 percent of Americans between the ages of 15 and 65 were idle. The World President watched from her West Wing residence because the problem of idleness was also a global phenomenon. After the 2024 elections, Congress decided to amend the Constitution in order to assign domestic responsibilities to one chief executive and…

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