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Acknowledgments I would like to thank Missy Kegler, Irene McGowan, and Shannon Grimsley for their comments and advice on this paper.
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Caitlin McGowan April 27, 2011 Professor Kegler EN102 – Section 81 "I do not belong here sir." the vice-president, Michael, of Talrico Inc. complained. "That is not what your father thinks, Michael," Dr. Boozes, his physiatrist, reminded him. "That man is NOT my father…He is my uncle." Michael replied with anger. "Well, he is also your step-father you know?" Dr. Boozes made clear. "Yeah that’s only because my mother felt the need to go along with this incestuous union," Michael claimed. "Your step-father is your biological father's brother and as such is not related to your mother in the slightest," Dr. Boozes stated. "Exactly! My father's brother and my mother! My parents married, making them related and so she is related to him and so now this new union is incest!" Michael declared. "Hmm…I'm not quite sure it works like that Michael." Dr. Boozes said. "Is does in my world," Michael said with confidence. "I'm sure it does Michael…Now, do you know why you're here?" Dr. Boozes asked. "Because my uncle realized that I know the truth!" Michael stated dramatically. "The truth about what, exactly?" Dr. Boozes asked. "The truth about my uncle murdering my father so he could be CEO of the family business, Talrico Inc, and marry my mother! And I have pictures to prove it!" Michael confirmed. "May I see them?" Dr. Boozes asked politely. When Michael handed them over she set them on fire. "What was that for?" Michael was fuming. "Sorry, Your father just doubled my pay." she apologized. "You can’t do that!" Michael shouted. "Now let's begin to talk about the events surrounding your break with reality so we can get into some of the underlying issues," Dr. Boozes suggested.
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"I did not break with reality," Michael sniped. "I hope you do realize that you nearly brought about the deaths of everyone that is close to you." Dr. Boozes stated. "I was only trying to kill my uncle," Michael replied. "And you are extremely lucky your father convinced the jury that you had broken with reality or you'd have several attempted murders under your belt. And thank God for your friend Justin, or else you'd have several actual murders to your name," Dr. Boozes said bluntly. "What a traitor…" Michael mumbled under his breath. "He very well may have saved you some serious jail time," Dr. Boozes replied.
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