Solitary Confinement


Name: Solitary Confinement
Alias: ['Hell', 'Quarantine', and 94 unknown...]
Author: Fodder
Classification: Container


I believe I can see the future

‘Cause I repeat the same routine

I think I used to have a purpose

But then again, that might have been a dream

I think I used to have a voice

Now I never make a sound

I just do what I’ve been told

I really don’t want them to come around, oh no

— from Nine Inch Nails - “Every Day is Exactly the Same”


Test subjects are kept isolated from the world via over-exposure to the negative aspects of society. Their internal monologue goes, “The world is waking up right now. I want to be here to see it. I want to live it. Verify, then trust. This is important. I need to get it right.”

In Solitary Confinement, the subject has no friends. His familial relationships are entirely one-sided. He doesn’t trust his own mind, or his own interpretation. He doesn’t trust what he’s reading, either.

But the worst feeling is this: he knows that he’s on to something, yet nobody will confirm it for him. He has to do that himself.


She eyes me like a Pisces when I am weak

I’ve been locked inside your heart-shaped box for weeks

— from Nirvana - “Heart-Shaped Box”


Fodder will not remain anonymous forever. We're all in this together.