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The necessity of this analysis becomes apparent here, at point A. After an alternately bizarre, histrionic, and ultimately false series of accusations and implications that the father is somehow acting irresponsibly as a parent, the mother carelessly suggests that her son should be forced to urinate in public “in a bush.” This to her is preferable to asking a neighbor for a bathroom.


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