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    General CommentThis is my favorite on Greendale. Jed is confused and malleable. He lacks the vision that his hippie family had in the late 60s early 70s and is lost in modern America. Without guidance he falls off track.

    Big Government takes over and doesn’t attack the real problems of Jed instead they assure:

    But there's no need to worry
    There's no reason to fuss
    Just go on about your work now
    And leave the drivin' to us

    And we'll be watching you
    No matter what you do
    And you can do your part
    By watchin' others too

    Essentially, exploiting him for the wrong reasons and using it to further their own agenda

    He writes the longest song yet with no words in a later song. Existentialistic realizations have imprisoned him.

    The moral of this story
    Is try not to get too old
    The more time you spend on earth
    The more you see unfold

    Life is nothing more that an un-interactive movie projector.

    The moral of this story
    Is try not to get too old
    The more time you spend on earth
    The more you see unfold

    Religion is bullshit. God is Dead.
    notmj20on June 29, 2006   Link

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