Friday, September 05, 2008

Regarding Burley's new loitering laws:

Henry David Thoreau probably would have pled guilty of remaining idle in essentially one location, including the concept of spending time idly; being dilatory; lingering, staying; sauntering; delaying; standing around, and hanging around Walden’s Pond (and loving it)

Even though Thoreau authored the classic Civil Disobedience, I am not sure that following his own advice would get him very far outside the prison bar, in these, our post Thomas Payned, weary hoboed daze. "

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