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So, I'm watching this show on Netflix about reincarnation and the fathers (at first) are like, "No, this isn't happening." But then they start veryfying everything the kids is telling them and they become believers. But my question is, why were they so against the idea in the first place? The only thing I can think of is that people are saying that his kid is reincarnated but he's hearing that his kid is recycled. I mean, it's not like he could pull a Karen and say, "I want to talk to the manager. I ordered a *new* kid!"