I think it is time for me to become the second member of my family taking this drug! I need to feel numb. I will join the one in ten Americans taking antidepressants. I visited a psychiatrist some weeks ago, and he wrote a prescription for Prozac. I never filled the prescription and failed to return. He has asked me to come back, and give the medication a chance... as have my parents. I think it is a good idea. Once the Prozac kicks in... I won't have emotions holding me back. I won't feel depressed when I leave for school every day before the Sun rises after my three hours of sleep. I won't feel oppressed when I am herded through the overcrowded hallways under observation of surveillance cameras... like cattle, trained to respond to the bell. I'll finally be able to fit in with my fellow drugged and emotionless students, and I'll have no problem working and working. The Prozac will probably kill my sex drive - good thing, because we have an overpopulation problem on this planet. But that's okay, because I won't feel the need for a hug anymore. And after I graduate, I will finally have my own cubicle. I'll be content making the CEO another billion dollars every year, so he can enjoy the yacht in the Caribbean, and I will enjoy the hour long commute every day. Maybe I'll process paperwork, so he can sell another hundred thousand houses where a forest once stood. But I won't feel bad about that either. Who needs trees when you can have row upon row of identical white house, and the massive parking lot for the new Wal-Mart store? Who cares about light pollution? It's not like anyone remembers what a natural starry sky looks like. And maybe in a couple years, after we implement our national ID card in 2009, I can just get the RFID chip implanted.