Have you wondered how the mind can choose one thought from another over impulses that the body is forced to resist ? You're riding by the side of the road, and you get this sudden impulse to want to skew the steering wheel just a little to the left to ram over a pedestrian, just to know how it feels like. Perhaps the sane person is the one who gets the thought "That's bonkers! I can't do that!" before his body can do anything about it. How would it feel like to let go, do something subliminally instantaneous? I am not talking about manslaughter here of course, but about thoughts that are a lot less homicidal, like making the first move on a girl, or slamming the face of an enormous dim witted dick know-all-who-thinks-he's-always-right and walking away, without having to face the repercussions of it, no matter how insignificant. Well, you will have to face the consequences. But isn't it worth the accomplishment, the sense of self worthiness? I guess you're right. Are you ready to give me a chance? I don't no, I might, I can snap out it when ever I want right, go back to however I was? Of course, you can trust me. That's something I can't do, my mother warned me to stay away from bad conscience. Don't be a tool, you want in or not?