Grace really has a lot going for her hotness: the glasses, the slender body, high heels, evil smile, the sophisticated hairdo, and the hooter top underneath the lab coat; and if you’re a bit more kinky, the implants that intrude her body and the tentacle arm that can intrude yours should be more than sufficient to tickle all your fantasies.
But if you’re a bit more demanding in your woman and require some deeper substance, then you’ll be happy to know that in addition to her being a brainiac scientist she is also aspiring to change the world! OK, so she needs to massacre an entire species and experiments on a few children, but hey, it’s all for the advancement of mankind, right?
Can you hear me now?
Frankly speaking, her idea of a zero-lag communication network intrigues me. (You have no idea how many keyboards I’ve smashed because of fricking lags in Counter-Strikes.) According to Google, our very own light-speed electromagnetic based communication systems can take as much as 20 minutes to send signals just from Earth to Mars, making the round trip a total of 40 minutes. I’d be smashing every keyboards, mouses, and monitors at NASA if I were to work there as a remote robotic controller trying to pick up a rolling rock on Mars.
If you think your current digital network bill is sucking you dry like a tapeworm in your intestines, you won’t want to know what Grace is proposing. How lovely would it be to tell your dates, I’ll have my guts call your guts.
Being kind is a sin
Sometimes, the best of intention can really cause the most harm. At this point, it’s as good as set in stone that Alto’s true love is Ranka while his relationship with Sheryl is nothing more of kindness. How cruel is it for Sheryl to live with her remaining life knowing that her one and only true love is only putting up the pretense of loving her while his true passion and purpose lie with another? Her words toward Luca,
Being kind is a sin, even if it’s just sympathy.
are also directed toward Alto. Sheryl is not stupid, maybe a bit in denial, but certainly does not need to hear what is said at the rooftop to know that she has never had Alto’s heart, which is why she tries so hard to make every seconds she has left into happy memories spent as Alto’s pretend housewife—even if it’s just an illusion.
On the other hand, she has also said in the same breath to Luca that she detests such false pretense, not because of the offender but because she hates becoming a person who would take advantage of it, as she has become toward Alto, acting as a spoiled child that she normally would not but yet finds herself helpless not to.
These are indeed the weakest moments for Sheryl, who puts up such a tough fronts before the whole world and Alto, but yet inside her, crushing in pain and ambiguity. At this point, she is supported solely by her unreciprocated love for Alto. There are so much talk on the internet about Sheryl living for Frontier and all of mankind, but all such flattery is just bullshit! Leave the fucking sake of mankind to Grace and Bilrer, and look what they’re doing with it. For Sheryl, she would trade the whole universe for one genuine kiss from the only person that matters to her.
She is a woman, not Jesus Christ.