Fight Club Dialectical Journal

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“It’s okay. I sat here and listened to everyone’s conversation. It was almost as boring as Sesame Street,” I said. “Tell me about it. Walter loves the Cookie Monster,” she said, and asked if we could go somewhere and talk. “The chapel is down the hall,” I said, and we walked there after I notified the nurses where I’d be if they needed me. Inside the chapel, Betty Jo told me the true story of Harry’s and Leo’s encounter with the coach. She told me that their experience forced them to enlist. They had to prove they were men. I was different. Coach had left me alone. “You don’t have to enlist. No man has taken your manhood.” “I didn’t think I wanted to enlist until my father’s stroke,” I said. “Now it is different. I’m different.” I tried to

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