Laws of nature are human inventions, like ghosts. Laws of logic, of mathematics are also human inventions, like ghosts. The whole blessed thing is a human invention, including the idea that it isn't a human invention. The world has no existence whatsoever outside the human imagination. It's all a ghost, and in antiquity was so recognized as a ghost, the whole blessed world we live in. It's run by ghosts...
Your common sense is nothing more than the voices of thousands and thousands of these ghosts from the past. Ghosts and more ghosts. Ghosts trying to find their place among the living.
Previously, a bomb blew up some people and everybody lost their shit, but especially Amanda lost her shit. This morning, on an empty street, another place gets blown up for reasons we don't really know about. Director Singh points out that there could be any number of reasons, but Jordan Duram is of course convinced that it's another STO thing. He proudly produces warrants to search the Athenian Academy -- Zoë's locker and "any other locker she might have used" -- which he got on appeal from the Libran Intercolonial Court, I guess since the STO isn't just a Caprican organization. Singh gives Duram that smile he's constantly begging for, but tells him this plan to make yet another huge media circus of this better stay classy.
Clarice wakes up her hot wife Desiree with a morning kiss, and Nestor wakes up on the other side of Desiree, cuddled against Olaf. He grins and lets Olaf's hand go, climbing sweetly over Desiree so he can kiss Clarice good morning. This is all exactly as inconvenient as I pictured it: The morning breath, the tangled-up people, the stolen sheets, the fact that Tempur-Pedic doesn't make a variable-firmness mattress for that many perverts. That's probably why the pointy pregnant one sleeps with the older guys and gals, to better share the collective burden of their college-aged husband's constant boner.
Clarice and Nestor are adorable for a few seconds before her phone goes off, and she immediately re-stresses and shoves Nestor off of her, running out the door. Desiree and Olaf are worried, but Nestor's got more pressing concerns this early in the morning. Clarice peaces out and bumps into a dude in a fedora on the street, who hands her a one-off e-paper -- how cool is that stuff? -- with which she alerts her army of high school terrorists about the incoming GDD raid, then tosses it.
There are kids laughing in the hallway when Keon gets the message and runs to his locker, where he's got like an entire terrorist starter kit including an actual stick of some explosive. A couple of day-players shoot him weird meaningful eyeballs, and Jordan leads his GDD team down into the hall, where they yell a whole lot and act real scary and start flipping open lockers left and right. Clarice stands there like this is totally normal, even though normally I'm guessing she would throw a fit because this is actually very scary.