Ozy And Millie: Complicating the narrative

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Notes: White-out correction in the last panel.

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      • He could be keeping the deal for further personal gain, so that in the future he can continue to exploit this deal for more work from Ozy.

  1. Actually, I would argue that a sense of reciprocity does count as a sense of decency. In fairness to Jeremy I think it should be noted that he has shown a sense of honor on several earlier occasions and held to it even when it worked against him.

      • it’s more a case of “he’s a jerk, but he has his own code of honor”- it doesn’t make him good, but it makes him better than if he asked for help and yet still treated Ozy like crap.

        or, put it this way- it means that, buried deep down, he DOES have some ethics- so, f he went to a school that actually cared, he probably could be cured of being a bully.

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