George and Hazel were watching tv after the Police took their son, Harrison, away. Both had tears in their eyes, although George and Hazel couldn't remember why. For George, it left him in a detriment, for the government transmitter kept him from using his brain.
If everyone starts breaking the law, then we'd be back in the dark ages again.
You've looked so tired lately. How about you take a few of those lead balls out . Just a few. I don't care if your not equal to me f.or a while
The ballerinas wore heavy sashes and weights so they couldn't dance gracefully. George started to think that maybe the ballerinas shouldn't be handicapped, but the transmitter in his ear stopped his thoughts. His thoughts were invalidate.
I am the emperor!
George thought glimmering about his son, Harrison, when the transmitter scattered his thoughts and left him white. He couldn't think about his son.
Hazel asks George to take out a few of the lead balls out, but George disagrees. George thinks if everyone is wanton and takes them out, the world would go in the dark ages again, but when George is going to explain further, the transmitter veers Georges thoughts off course.
The people coward in fear as the legendary Harrison Bageron comes up on the stage in a crashing tune. Harrison wanted to show what talent could exist.
Harrison became legendary, overthrew the government, and made the 214 Amendment. Everyone can now practice their talents!