I'm almost convinced that the Comrades was founded by people who were quite sure that all men aught to be treated by those who apply the law with the same ancient principles of reflection.
Even if one person's customs were savage to another.
Is no-one going to ask, 'what about women'?
We've got to be careful when talking about something like running, don't we?
So, must the law only pay attention to those who have raised both boys and girls, who are now adults themselves?
If this were to be the case, would there be any way to stop the prioritization of grandparents?
Now that we're prioritizing we might as well look at those grandparents whose boys and girls both have familes, and ask, is this to be topped?
This is just a work-around for a getarounder.