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Peaceful Inhabitants

If someone said "you're going to jail" and/or "you have to pay a fine", would you assume that you're who they're talking to, or would you ask "who is 'you'?" or "are you talking to me?".  Do you claim to be the name you use, that you own the name you use, or assume that when someone is speaking to the name that they're speaking to you?

Does the title of every court case contain the word "versus", indicating a controversy?  If someone seems to believe you're involved in controversy, could it be wise to ask if there's any evidence?  If someone seems to believe there is evidence that you're involved in controversy, could it be wise to say that you believe there's been a mistake, and ask how you can help settle the matter honorably?

Would you try explaining what you did/didn't do and/or why you did/didn't do it?  If so, could doing so be considered meddling?

Could it be that staying silent is considered consent?


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