Observe this purple haired millennial walking off the cliff as he is transfixed with his device. On the screen we can see the four shapes that form the four Alchemical symbols of the elements an upright triangle for fire. An upright triangle with a line for air. An upside triangle for water. An upside down triangle with a line for earth. These elements are integral to the minor arcana and each one sorts with one of the suits. The Wands are the house of air. The Cups are the house of water. The Swords are the house of earth. The Coins are the house of Fire.
These elements also come together to form the Star of David, which links this character, who is immature, spiritually dumb and unexperienced here at the beginning of his journey to the enlightened Hermit later in the deck.
The Fool here has an unearned swagger, confidence and carelessness. Not in a stoic way, he is careless and overly confident in his ignorance and inexperience.
He is a representation of any normal man in the natural state of his being. Driven by his material needs or desires. A slave to fate and a victim of the cruel and terrible universe around him.
We will note that the fool card doesn't fit into any of the three septrernaries of the Major Arcana.