The loan was for a car. Jezryl felt the tension inside as he signed the paper at the dealership, this mean more shifts and less time with his new baby, but what were the other options? With his signature, his word and bond, the money was created out of thin air. Now the bank owned the car and he was in debt to them, the only thing puzzling Jez was - why? The bank didn't work for the car, the bank didn't need the car. Something seemed a bit fishy about the whole thing, why can't we all decide to be banks, invent the money and appoint ourselves kings? Why one rule for the financial elite and another for everyone else? Were they struggling to buy diapers? Were they only seeing their kid when they were worn out and emotionally drained? Were they eating the crap the food industry called "food"?