I always try to exaggerate stereotypes when I write my characters. The exaggeration brings about a conversation that would be otherwise taboo without the ridicule of pointing out the obvious. The following video shows a “stereotype” of cops – the only problem is that this is real life – and they’re not fictional characters. This is as real as it gets:
Hope is easy for those that think things will be better. Hope doesn’t exist. It’s a made up way to mask reality. Hope is for those who want, only to fail miserably in their lives, and become forgotten by all throughout time. People want accomplishment, not hope.