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I find myself looking forward to every post, and each so deeply satisfying - as if you were hosting a fantastic dinner party with such exciting threads of conversation that guests are reluctant to leave!

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This has interesting parallels to the whole field of hostile architecture, especially your question: "who would set the rules?" Rowdy behavior at the dinner table is nearly universally frowned upon, but in some contexts—a celebratory dinner, perhaps, with lots of boisterous toasting—it might be appropriate. Of course in those instances, the hosts are free to use different glasses. But who decided that sleeping outside in public was ill-mannered and needed to be discouraged? Very thought-provoking as usual; thank you!

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