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Jack lived a life of subjectivity and used to narrate reality stories to his son. He spoke of his fears and wishes. He is a sharp observer. According to jack white noise has no plot .He fears plots in both conspiratorial and fictional senses. He always resists spotlessness. He lives a life that is not governed by plan or goal. He prefers living each day at a time and enjoying it. He believes in signals like when something is about to happen to him and his family. He early detects all the events. Some signals come with fear. Like in his statement “Warning . . . enter the system “(295).
Has a meaning that a bad thing was about to happen. This could be a terrible or a good thing but in this case, he referred to who would die first. His son always asked reality questions. Jack always uses teasing signs to explain the subjectivity of life. He uses themes to explain life happenings that are the life happenings that you can not exactly observe but must interpret. Jack claimed that people live as dyers and killers. He proclaimed that most of us are dyers and not killers. His claim of a warning sign sounded to him that someone was about to be killed. He believed in an afterlife.
The claim frightened him and he thought in deed someone was about to die. In his story he says that to kill someone is to have a life credit and the more you kill the more you store up. He compared this as a bank transaction whereby when you save money you are storing up for the future. The dyers die while the killer saves up his life. In his theory he says that the more one kills the more power he gains upon his own death. Jack saw the whole life as a plot or a scheme we live in (Lentricchia 295).