Emily: No, that was the same thing. They didn't have a real reason, just a subconscious distrust. It's unjust. Dee: I don't know, 'unjust' seems harsh... I wouldn't have a clue how to create or maintain a just society. They're trying their best. Even if... (Shakes his head.) But I'm biased. I see the bad. That can't be law enforcement as a whole. Emily: Except when it is, because everyone comes up with excuses. And strengthens laws like these stop and search powers. Dee: Well... ... But... Anyway, I kinda do have a concealed weapon, so. Emily: Really!? Why!? Dee: My scythe's in my pocket. Not that they could find it. Emily: Oh, right. That's legal though, you need it for work. Dee: Oh! Are there exemptions for that? Emily: Pretty sure. Dee: Although it's not like I have a licence. Oh geez, I'm glad they didn't ask me for any ID! Emily: Oh yeah! Eh, I'd have whipped one up for you.
--- Alt text: excuse me, just WHERE did you get your qualification,
Biweekly updates resume
January 1, 2019
From January 1 2019, new pages of The Bright Side will be published on Tuesdays and Saturdays.