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He leans heavily on platitudes about how we should "collectively stop paying taxes to autonomize ourselves from evil," and how "hidden cameras are on every city block 'cause The Big Man needs to keep us under close watch."
He's culling in credulous passengers who nod in agreement. His sermon lasted until my drop back downtown.
I get off and wander toward home, pondering what I'd seen in less than 90 minutes:
A real city, for only a buck and a quarter.