Why I am not an Anarchist?
It’s because I’m a former cult founder, and small communities are very hard to run.
Maybe it was the time period? Perhaps we were still subconsciously influenced by capitalism and not ready for a selfless utopia.
Either way, human nature is the problem. Greed; envy, lust, coveting, and the desire for power; all of these exist regardless of wearing a different uniform.
Details: During the early 60’s there was a killer loose in Madison Heights.
He used to bury his bodies in the landfill which is now a hill used for sledding right next to Lamphere High School.
Every once and a while you can hear insane laughter around the school.Written by: Jessica Street
Published on: October 23, 2022
Those noises people heard were actually me and my friends. The Hill is not haunted.
I’ve never been to jail, thank God. However, I have been picked up by police multiple times for praying in tongues.
So, about the disconnect in the thread:
Think of it like a pitbull. Sometimes, pitbull’s make noises that sound like growling, but it doesn’t necessarily mean they are angry. They’re just noisy.
Same with many homeless people:
If you’re your at your local Dunkin’ Donuts in Chicago, and see a homeless person jump kicking the air like a Power Ranger; he’s probably not trying to kick you, but the invisible demon sitting in the corner.
One day, I was on Jefferson, shopping at my local 7-11 when I heard loud screaming in the back of the room.
The cashier then said to me, “Don’t be alarmed. He’s just working out his demons.” I laughed because I completely understood.
The woman working the register probably had no idea that I was a modern-day Legion. It made me happy, and more people should be like this woman.
If this was a 7-11 in Royal Oak, the man would have been shot dead by police.
Sometimes, angels write about the humans’ good deeds, too. 😉
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