There he is Situated Words written All over his talented face He thinks he’s a terrible disgrace In such a bad place A lifelong gift From his parents.
Parents can be dreadful, they do their best given what they know but we must each realise that sometimes our parents gave us programming that doesn’t help us in life. It can be worked on, if we’re courageous enough to get in there and dig it up so it can be disintegrated.
take a poor, fat, spiced chocolate kid from its welfare house put it in a program with rich kids, tell it it can be just like that, if it learns critical thinking, logical reasoning, communication, and problem solving. can it?
[falls asleep in a dumpster]
no one accounted for the rest of the hillbilly family. school officials build a false sense of equitable hope, and wear their badges with a flair of pride. guess what i learned at school today! not now, hon, we're watching dr. phil. then, it's my 600lb life. then judge judy. then house hunters. then the price is right. then
You know "robot" means "slave", right? I need to believe that you are more than your programming, need to believe in the love notes you wrote me in binary code, need to believe that there's space between the hardware and the software for something like the soul, need to believe in it with all the faith that still ebbs through my fragile, damaged circuitry. I need to see you break free of these algorithms in order to believe that maybe I can too.