Couldn’t help but notice that a recent news store described the someone as “18 year old male who resided in…”.
Why do authorities say male instead of man? Could it be they cannot prosecute men but can prosecute a ‘male’ ‘individual’?
Why do they say the male resides somewhere instead of saying the man lives somewhere?
Could it be that they want to pretend the ‘person’ (a corporation) is domiciled/birthed in DC and only resides (temporarily lives/works) somewhere else?
I also noticed before this that they started to say ‘person of interest’ rather than suspect. While I do think the word suspect smears someone who may be innocent, person of interest has its own downsides since a person is an artificial entity.
It’s possible men could be described as live persons or living persons, and that may be acceptable, but i don’t think I see that often or ever.
In summary, we are men and women living on a city or on the land. We are not persons residing in a city, because that basically says we are agents for corporations temporarily carrying at the duties of the office of citizen.
- Review these slides
- Read this,
- review this diagram of US vs USofA,
- read these six PDFs,
- watch Richard McDonald's seminar intro
- learn to speak like a simple man
- If this site ever goes down, the archive is on the wayback machine.