hayashida shinjiro

  • takashi kamiyama: well, hayashida, it appears we've been stuck into some kind of massive trap filled death cube
  • shinjiro hayashida: death cube... that seems like a lot of work and money for something that could be accomplished on the cheap
  • takashi kamiyama: huh? how do you mean?
  • shinjiro hayashida: i'm just saying... what's with all the traps and giant ominous buildings? really, if you want to kill some people, there are much easier, practical ways to do it. especially if you have the kind of money to build a death cube in the first place.
  • takashi kamiyama: i guess that's right. maybe they build it as some kind of maze to examine or create psychological stress?
  • shinjiro hayashida: probably. but even then, it seems too extravagant! building your bare-bones labyrinth out of materials like concrete or even gardens would be a big time and money saver.
  • takashi kamiyama: i guess somebody just had "death cube" written on a notebook and circled too many times and they couldn't leave it alone. or put it into something like a book instead.
  • shinjiro hayashida: i guess people get so wrapped up in their dreams sometimes that they forget that a more practical option existed from the very beginning.
  • takashi kamiyama: in a way, hayashida, don't you think that can be beautiful? this dedication to the art, to this one idea of "death cube", that they go all the way to finish it?
  • shinjiro hayashida: yeah...
  • government observers of death cube: jesus christ