[Because I Wasn't Anything Anymore. Not AnythingI Love Or Know Or Care About. Because Thou Shalt Not Kill, Kade. Thou Shalt Not Kill. With All My Heart I Believed This. And I Killed. So What Am I Now? And Why Should I Live? How Am I Even Alive? Because If This Is What Our Lives Are--if Doing This To Others Before They Do It To Us Is All Our Lives Are--we're Already Dead. Honest To God I Feel It, Kade. I'm Dead. The Hell With Me.]

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