What is the Matrix: The Matrix, is a single set of rules, for narcissists, those that seek college admissions. Each “runner”, has a particular assumption, of their own life, that could lead to their death, therefore a warning about their potential fate. A college admissions, is tantamount to admission of espionage, the paramount the enlistment in a campus activist. These may be a student union (an embassy cause), a campus intelligence outfit (the ROTC), or a campus police patrol (the private sector). Upon graduation, you become a mercenary, your foe being “Agent Smith” (someone who hunts film and recreation fans, a special education overseas student, hiding in American culture). The key to defeating Agent Smith, is getting back up, after he wastes you, until he turns homosexual, and doesn’t have children. He isn’t a cop, soldier, spy, federal agent, or radio personality, but he uses the myths of all of them – he’s actually a bookstore owner that never found his calling. He’s a personality disorder as an antisocial, a round robin. The round robin ritual, on a college campus, is designed to catch him, by seeing whom snitches out, the drinking ritual. Or the pot ritual, if you prefer a “Kincaid”, a Turkish lookalike ritual with marijuana performed by Israelis and Arabs. Otherwise, you need the “Furries”, the American fraternities and sororities and fellows, the politicians using artistic mimeographs.
Neo: Someone who shouldn’t have gone to college, but went anyways, now a federal agent.
Cypher: Someone who performs a miracle on campus, a royal that knows calculus.
Tank: Someone who lives nearby campus, a local agitator for comics.
Bulldozer: Someone who follows kids to campus, potentially Agent Smith, but makes contact with Tank.
Trinity: A beauty queen from a different region, she comes to campus to protect the runners, and gets an NSA degree.
Apoc: A drug runner, postured as an athlete, they get the Freemason job, of an undercover drug score.
Switch: A lawyer, always female, that specializes in betraying her own recommended job form.
Mauser: The armorer, he sits on top of porn and paraphernalia, to teach other students how to beat campus rules.
Morpheus: The male lawyer, a theologian, he’s in charge of municipal civics.
Mace: Someone that’s forced into the psychiatric facilities by another comrade, because they cut a deal with Agent Smith, who is posing as another character, to look like a cop, but in a hometown.