Eventually, someone higher up in the administration of the parent company was running down a checklist of things they could do to make more money. The suggestion that non-vegetarians might be put-off by the inclusion of the vegetarian magazine's seal of approval was immediately heeded. Only rather than humbly ask the vegetarian magazine if it was alright to remove the vegetarian magazine logo, they decided to humbly apologize that the recipe had changed , and the vegetarian ramen's broth now included pork bone marrow, so they would have to stop advertising as safe for vegetarians.
At the end of the summer, Ronnie decides to stay with her father to reconcile with him. She finishes a piano composition that her father had been working on. Her father dies. She asks her mother to send her letters that her father wrote her, but that she never got a chance to read. Holy fucking shit. He's got to be doing that on purpose. It doesn't even make any sense. No one even uses the mail any more. It's like this guy spent every day of his childhood reconciling with his parents, getting cancer, and writing letters to people that never got read them.