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Hypothetical theory hypothesis in practice

Posted by Gimwinkle on Friday, June 29 2018 at 05:42:47AM

So, here we are in the hoped-for future. A world war has been fought and we, little girl lovers, have won. We now own Dodgson Island, a medium sized community of us strategically placed 500 meters off the coast of Long Island with a beautiful curved viaduct connecting the two islands. State and Federal laws now have legalized us, granting jurisdiction to said inhabitants with full autonomy and legal isolation from said State and Federal control. Any person of the human race may enter or leave Dodgson Island at any time for any reason. What happens on this island, stays on this island. What happens on this island is judged (if need be) by the legislature therein. For the hypothetical record, there are 30,000 of us claiming citizenship here.

How does any non-resident find desire to immigrate, visit, or otherwise participate in our community? Who, besides ourselves, would ever think to come here, knowing our permissive laws and what they permit? Remember, there are 30,000 of us and, from my guess, there will only be a hundred or so humans that would want to be lovers here. It seems to me that the only practicing citizens would be parents and legal guardians.

For the sake of the hypothetical thought experiment, please disregard economic topics.

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