DropoutBar speaks of Lincoln,a rebellious young adult,who manages to take the place of the dean of Lanniston University, and transforms it into a playground by which everyone is practicing their passions,regardless of any course material.They were free to play and toy with their talents.During his adventure of self-discovery,he meets Jace at the ward. Jace goes on a different path, of finding God. 'Dropout Bar' speaks of Lincoln who sees education in a different light, and consistently challenges all of his professors. He challenges his professors by insisting that they are not aiding the students in finding their passions. In the end, Lincoln takes the place of the dean, and transforms the university into a place filled with passion and joy. During his journey of transforming things, he goes to Jack's Bar, or the 'Dropout Bar', and it is there where he finds dropouts of all ages. He encourages them by a speech, and tells them to join him at Lanniston University. Also, because of the great distress of thinking differently than everyone else, Lincoln ends up in the psyche-ward, where he meets a person named Jace. Jace is in another story line. Jace goes through a journey of finding God. He looks through all religions, and then finally finds the core of all religions. He finds the deep center that exists in common relation between all religions. Jace reads a lot of philosophy, but even though it confused him for quite a while, he finds the truth at the end. Iris, the girl who left Jace because he thought too much, returns to him, and Jace is able to share his knowledge and love with Iris.
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