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Romancing illegality for love and money

Posted by Gimwinkle on Monday, January 04 2021 at 11:46:29AM
In reply to The noble criminal posted by Butterfly Kisses on Monday, January 04 2021 at 01:35:01AM

I cannot get into specifics for legal reasons.

I know of someone who, for many, many years, violated different (non-sexual) laws. There are reasons for many laws that I tend to agree with, many laws that are questionable, and many laws that are just downright wrong. The laws that prohibit someone from crossing an invisible line simply because authorities put it where it is, I think are okay to violate. The guy I know did so often. Crossing a border by flying low over some location, carrying cargo that some authority does not want you to have, not having the right type of fuel simply because taxes have not been paid, flying when official permission has been removed...

Then, on the other hand, some laws say it is permitted to do something yet I would decline doing so. Taking off in some weather is permitted yet, in some cases, I would not want to. Some laws say that certain equipment is not necessary yet, I would have it and use it. Some laws say that certain equipment is required and, because I agree with the necessity, but not the law, I have and use it.

I have a problem with authority, you see. It isn't because I care only about myself, but that I really don't care about authority. Nevertheless, some things that the authorities demand have good reasons to be demanded.

Some authorities have created laws so dam convoluted that there are legal ways to get past them. This, I have done. Society (and many people who know me) would object to my legal maneuvering, yet, I reiterate: it's completely legal.

Just because a law is THE LAW, doesn't make it right. It doesn't have to make sense.

Then, there are the abuses of authority. (The reason for the American Revolution being quite the example.) Consider this:

The Kent State massacre was the killing of four and wounding of nine other unarmed Kent State University students by the Ohio National Guard on May 4, 1970 in Kent, Ohio. Twenty-eight soldiers fired on and killed four students and wounded nine others. In the succeeding years, many people have referred to the shootings as "murders," although no criminal convictions were obtained against any of the soldiers.

Might does NOT make right. "Four dead in Ohio" -- a famous group of musicians. (Neil, by the way, was Canadian.)

Kissing a little girl who wants to be kissed is not wrong but, often, it is illegal. In my case, it was.

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