E: Do you think we should?
S: Beats me.
E: Its an awful responsibility.
S: Wonder what made all those others decide to do it.
E: Listen. Do you have any idea how many decided not to?
S: Youre right. Boy, that sure makes it hard.
E: Should we?
S: I dont know. Lets keep swimming and think about it.
E: Gee, Id hate to miss all that joy and beauty and loving and winning and sunsets and friends and everything.
S: Oh, sure. Like there wont be any anxiety or pain or losing or war or rape...
E: You dont suppose this is rape, do you?
S: Do you hear anything?
E: No, cant tell.
S: Guess well never know. It sure is a mixed blessing, having this choice.
E: Yeah, I know what you mean. You know, the way things are today, you didnt have much chance of getting here at all.
S: And Im lucky to still be alive, now that I got here. These places are really getting to be booby traps.
E: Someday itll all be different. Future generations will be able to get together in clean, well lighted places.
S: Do you really think thatll be better? Its kind of cozy and private in here.
E: Yech, its a bloody mess.
S: You know, we may not really be right for each other anyhow.
E: Oh yeah? Well, theres lots of other fish in the sea!
S: Oh listen, lets not fight. Weve got it hard enough without that.
E: Yeah, youre right. I wish I knew what to do.
S: Sure wish there was somebody to tell us what we should do.