Simpsons Porn Story: The Process of Change – Chapter 1

Simpsons Porn Story: The Process of Change – Chapter 1

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own
The Simpsons

The Process of
Change

Lifes
all one big change. As human beings, we dont respond to it well.
When the abolitionist movement grew in the 1840s and 1850s, people
didnt accept it. When the French monarchy was overthrown in the
French Revolution, the other European countries sent armies to
restore it. When America experienced the Civil Rights Movement in
the 1960s, resistance was amazing. And now, as I hear that were
about to sell our house and move to Capital City, Im afraid of
what the future will bring.

Its human nature to
glorify the past, gripe about the present, and fear the future. The
sad truth is usually that the good old days werent so good
when we lived them and the present isnt as bad as we think it to
be. Now, in 2008, when weve lived eight years of a George Bush
Presidency, we think back to the good old days of the 1990s,
when Bill Clinton was President. What we usually overlook is the
scandal and the recession of the early part of the decade. We
overlook the fact that a lot of the decisions that led to the
problems of today were created in that period, and even before that.
And when we leave this present, into the future, well look back on
now as the good old days, even if theyre not that great. We
do it when we watch television. We complain when the writers change
the format when the show goes on for a while by adding new characters
or simply changing around some situations in the characters lives.
But the truth is, if they didnt, wed call the show boring
or tired.

Maybe Im being too
philosophical.

Maybe Im being too
pessimistic. After all, mom, dad, Maggie, and Bart are taking it
fine. Theyve all changed, and I have too. Ive grown my hair
out and changed my clothes. Im not a little girl anymore. Im
sixteen years old. Barts eighteen and has done a complete 360 in
regards to studies and his behavior. So hes still a bit sassy.
But hes grown up a lot. Hes got himself a girlfriend, a car,
and plans to become a police officer. Imagine, Bart Simpson, a
protecter of law and order. Its a far cry from the anarchistic
Bart of the old days. And my dad, Homer, whos got a new job after
the death of his old boss, Montgomery Burns, another change. My mom,
who plans to run a small bakery in Capital City. And Maggie, nine
years old, who cant wait to attend her new elementary school.

We may not respond to
it well, but human beings need change. Its what keeps us going.
We always need something to do, something to look forward to, and
something to complain about and fear. Its just how we are. I may
not like it that were moving to a new city. I may not like it
that Bart will be leaving us soon and off to begin his life. I may
not like it that Ill soon join him in that venture. I may simply
sit and reminisce about the past, when Bart was ten, I was eight,
Maggie was one, and my dad worked at the Springfield Nuclear Power
Plant, but truth be told, I would have been bored with it were time
simply to freeze at that moment in our lives. I, like everyone else,
need change.

Springfields quite
a different place now. Its become bigger, more of a city than the
small town we used to live in. There are more corporate buildings
and hotels. Mr. Burns mansion and plant are gone and newer houses
are being built on the estate. The old stores I grew up with, Moes
Tavern,
the Kwik-E-Mart, the Comic store, and even the
First Church of Springfield are all gone and with them, many of the
colorful and eccentric residents that we used to know. Ned Flanders
Leftatorium went out of business and he moved away, with his
sons, Rod and Todd. Grandpa Simpson died of a stroke. Moe left once
he sold his bar. Barney went with him. Lenny and Carl too.
Springfield Elementary was closed down. Principal Skinner married
Edna Krabappel following the death of his mother. The Lovejoys are
gone too. Even the Mafia, with Fat Tony arrested for life, his
henchmen gone, and Michael having started up a new operation
elsewhere, is a simple relic of my past. Chief Wiggum no longer runs
to police force. He and his wife and son are gone too. Sideshow Bob
commited suicide in madness. Mayor Quimby was voted out of power.

Hell, the world we
used to live in is gone. America is no longer the worlds
remaining superpower. We share that role with China now. We have a
black man as president. Global Warming has become regarded as
scientific fact. Gay marriage has been accepted and legalized
nationwide well, ALMOST nationwide. Texas and other
southern states still ban it. But you get my point right?

I suppose the newer,
changed Springfield no longer has room for any of the inhabitants
that used to live there. Not for the Flanders family, the Lovejoys,
the police, the Mafia, not even the Simpsons. And so, like everyone
else, we must leave. The world we grew up in is gone

And its never
coming back

Life is the process of
change. Time stops for no man. Fitzgeralds Gatsby learned that
the hard way. I can either resist change or I can accept the
inevitable and realize that I, too, must change.

And, with my earlier
moodiness gone, I feel ready to take on the world of the future.

My lifes barely
begun. I will see many more changes than the loss of childhood. I
wont stay in Capital City forever. I plan on going everywhere in
the world. If Bart and the others can change, so can I.

Because, in the end,
change is life. We can do nothing to stop it.

Authors Notes

This is just something
I drew up in my spare time. I was thinking, 2008 is ending and the
new year demands changes to get out of the mess the world is in right
now. So I figured, why not make a fanfiction?

Oh, and in case you
couldnt tell, the speaker is Lisa.

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