It was 2:30 on a normal hot afternoon in Columbia at the local barber shop, the barber had an unusual costumer in his shop, Captain Torres. He recognized him as an evil enemy, but did not mention anything about it. Captain Torres had come in for a clean shave after a few long hard days. Some conversations starts about the Captains passed events, which was the killing of 14 revolutionary.
Captain Torres began talking about his plans to kill more people at the a local school this evening. This conversation trigged the barber to have thoughts about possibly hurting the Captain while giving him a shave, since the barber was also a revolutionary He wondered if hurting him would make him a hero or a murderer.
The more the Captain talked, the more a feeling of hatred grew towards him. The barber's thoughts about killing the Captain continued. At this point, the barber's hands were shaking and these feelings were taking over him, making him very nervous and stressed about the situation.
It would be so easy to kill him now.
The barber's hands were sweaty and thoughts of killing Torres were rushing through his mind. The barber is very professional about his work and never let his personal issues interfere with his work. He is too nice of a person to do something like murder and he knows that. He knew he had to his best work on the Captain no matter who he was and what he was doing to people like the barber.
With the whole town quiet and unseen, the barber stood there in his small, almost empty shop. It would have been suspicious to kill him now. It was noticeably tense between them both, barley talking, almost has if they both knew what the other one was thinking without mentioning it.
The barber is a revolutionary not a murderer. It would be easy to kill the Captain and save the other people that they were targeting, but the barber had his doubts. Thoughts about what would happen to the barber if he did kill hm continued to spin through his head.