“Have you noticed how complicated things are in the world today?” asked Harper.
“Can’t say that I have,” replied Rebecca.
“It used to be that countries fought with each other. You knew who your enemy was. Now the world is divided by ideas,” explained Harper.
“Is that so?”
“Take ISIS for example. It’s a pernicious ideology. They cross borders, ethnicities. You could you live next door with someone and have no idea they’re the enemy. They could even be in the same house. How do you combat something like that?”
Rebecca raised her eyebrow at Harper. “I don’t care what you say. I’m not cheering for Notre Dame. I went to USC, and I’m sticking with the Trojans. You knew that when you married me.”
Harper sulked. “Yep. The world is a complicated place.”