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Just Like That is a short story written by Michael Richards. The story is about a father and a son who drives to a paddock with kangaroos. In the beginning of the story the father asks his son if he thinks he can do it and when the son doesn't answer the father says that if he can't do it now he never will. And of cause the son tells his father, "Yes. I can do it." The thing the father is referring to is killing kangaroos. It may sound weird but in the story killing a kangaroo is like a test of manhood. The father has made his son believe that if he kills a kangaroo he will become a man.
I believe the son is in his early teens. There is a time in your life where you have to grow up, find out who you are and slowly move away from your parents. When you're in your early teens you still believe that what your parents do is the right thing to do but not as much as you did when you were younger. I think the boy has got conflicting feelings because one way he
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