23_AUGUST_2022: I like this quote for some reason. I find it a bit morbid and particularly poignant from the perspective of a homeless person (or as someone who voluntarily spends most of its time outside instead of inside of a temperature-controlled and noise-controlled and well-illuminated building where windows are optional and doors may lock). Getting broken into as a homeless person is akin to rape (and that is what I have been putting up and struggling to euphanize as high tech communications I need to get used to and become proficient at using so that I can be part of the highest tech cutting edge society).
The following Wikipedia link discusses what I think is being deployed such that I “hear voices in my head”. In the past I would have called this “mind rape”. Right now, I call this “an inescapable part of my reality for better and/or for worse”…
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