Re: Civil disobedience; dealing with mundanes

From: Sasha Chislenko (
Date: Mon Jan 10 2000 - 20:26:20 MST

At 05:50 PM 00/01/10 , J. R. Molloy wrote:

>Been there, done that. ("Love-ins", "Human Be-Ins" Sixties stuff.)

For all effective reasons, I am the child of the 90's.
Could you elaborate on those?

>It makes sense only if you can profit from media attention.

Well, some groups will profit from that, let them run it.
I thought I'd just inspire somebody.

>Now everbody's ravin' -- Rave on!

You have any statistics? Raves are fun, except that there
are mostly young kids there. I love their company, but could
use more; besides, playing with kids at times brings too much
trouble, especially with the conservative parents and authorities,
and the presence of the repressive government spoils much of the fun.

There are so many conservative groups around who impose their
idiotic rules that they consider natural but they are so
illogical that one can't even guess what may upset them.

And they want to hurt you for any sign of deviation from their
picked-out-of-the-ass behavioral norms.

Big and increasing annoyance in my life recently, as I am getting
personally more and more liberated, while in the eyes of the
aging mundane "peers" I should be behaving more and more like
a stable middle-aged professional, with respect to religious
values, authorities, mundane life experiences, etc.

Can't live with mundanes, can't help them (you help one to
become half-free, the others want to kill you, you help another
in something else - the first one joins the persecution), can't
kill them, can't escape from them.

Any options that I missed?

Sasha Chislenko <>

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