One in ten, that is to say, for every ten, there is one of them that stands out or is different. For example, for every ten students in a public school, one of them will be Asian. Another way to say it is for every one who is special, there are nine who aren’t.
We as a race are obsessed with that one in ten, whether it is for good or for bad, we simply adore or abhor it, yet this isn’t a story of that one in ten. No, it’s a story of the forgotten nine, the normal, the uninteresting, the powerless.