Impulse Revisited of “In Memorium” starts with Zoe and Townes in an online game, delving into Townes’ need for order due to autism. The focus then turns to Henry, who can teleport, as she faces daily challenges. The story addresses a serious theme – a link between police and fentanyl, highlighting societal complexities. Althusser’s concept of police and business maintaining societal structure is explored, contributing to a collective reflection on human experiences.

This broadcast begins with Zoe, Townes’ girlfriend from an online gaming community, exclaims, “Leroy Jenkins!!!”

As we continue, it starts to dawn, to thrive, Townes requires order, stability, and structure as he is autistic.

Additionally, you can add to this that Townes likes organize his closet with stacked clothes, but considering a change, he might benefit from trying a queue system.

This episode sees Henry sneaking back into her bedroom. We learn Henry teleports just in time early in the morning. Sneaking back into her room from the roof, she slips but is saved by her powers, only to hurriedly leave for school.

Henry and Jenna have a close chat at school. Henry suggests, “We’d be the perfect pair – a traveling schizophrenic dad and a daughter with seizures.” Jenna playfully responds, “You could have a sitcom.”

Meanwhile, during this airing, you might conclude the involvement of the police in pushing fentanyl might be more accurate than people wish to acknowledge, especially considering its initial connection with white-collar individuals.

This segment has something for social theorists: The police-business connection reflects Louis Althusser’s concept of repressive state apparatus, serving to uphold societal structure and prevent a lumpenproletariat revolution.

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