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Feature Article by Paul Rosenberg
I think I started something dangerous for these guys. I didn't do it on purpose, but it happened all the same. While engaged in an innocent conversation, I inadvertently gave them a name.

And having a name is dangerous. It gives people who might want to hurt you something to grab. These guys aren't doing anything nasty of course – I'd be surprised if they ever did anything truly bad – but they're struggling against a system that gives them no choice but to live parasitically… either that or to step over, around, and through its rules.

A lawyer named Silverglate wrote a book a few years ago called Three Felonies A Day. I haven't read it yet, but the title is true, and it will be certainly true for these young people.

So, I'd much prefer that they had no name at all.

But as I say, it happened innocently. We were at our regular lunch, talking about the choice to remain a cog in a perverted machine or to leave it, insult
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