This world consists of three kinds of people: the good, the bad, and the uncaring, who lie between the other two.

Here’s how things should work: The good should succeed in life and be remembered because they do what’s right;

In the end, the bad should fail and be forgotten, snagged by their own snares and tripped up by their own traps;

And the uncaring — bless their ambivalent hearts — should relinquish the grace usually reserved for idiots and drunks.

But that isn’t how things actually work. The good must outlast the bad. And the uncaring must wake up and pick a side.