But Vulture of Critique [link] detected the deficiency right away, in that I'd restricted my thinking to, well, thinking, and neglected anarchy as a condition, as opposed to an end-in-itself plan, that is itself a result of another plan, whether explicitly intended or not.
This is heady stuff, and it will go well over the heads of the net anarcho-capitalists and their variations, because again, they're into thinking and theory, which is part of what people are, but only a part. Factors much more creepy and crawly — psychological and theological, etc. — are, if anything, a much larger chunk of what humanity is, no matter what we may think. Vulture writes:
And I think what I wrote before wasn't exactly wrong, but it was certainly inadequate. Vulture goes way deeper.
Quibcag:The girls who look like they're in a cult are actually just in high school. They're from Hayate the Combat Butler (ハヤテのごとく! Hayate no Gotoku!).
------------And finally, speaking of cults, a bonus graphic: