Dad goes to sleep every night in the bedroom of his pretty little home. Dad wakes up every morning in his MegaCorp cubicle. When he clocks out at the end of his shift, he loses consciousness and regains it in his pretty little home. He spends the remainder of his day with his family. After dinner, they watch television together. After watching television together, they go to sleep. The next morning, Dad finds himself back in his cubicle. Formerly, he experienced the concept of weekends, but he has forgotten they existed. Dad’s wife and children spend time in spaces that are not the MegaCorp building while he is at work. They each occupy a different space. None of them are aware of the space in which the others occupy. None of them are concerned enough to inquire about each other’s whereabouts. They live separate lives in a monotony of comfort and contentedness.

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