Kurdy: So, how's it going with the rest of the founding fathers?
Erin: Ugly. I just don't think they're taking this seriously.
Kurdy: Well, should they?
Markus: Shouldn't they?
Kurdy: Think about it. Everyone in there got to where they are by fighting everybody else. Now, they have pushed and pulled and bit and scratched their way into running a town. Then a couple towns and then more. And every step of the way they've had somebody trying to con 'em or take it all away. Now, you think guys like this are gonna bend over just 'cause we ask 'em to?
Erin: I know, it's just, it's just that they...
Kurdy: They want to believe. They do. You can see it in their eyes. For sixteen years, they fought to build something and they don't want it to end when they die. They want to believe in all of this. Just like I did when I got here. But in the outside world, it's hard to trust anybody.