Danger lies in the concealed carry for one never knows from whence you could draw. Therefore, a license to masquerade is required-de jure. A smile as deceitful as the one fixed on the face of a corpse with kin proclaiming that “they look so peaceful,”
is tricky to diagnose. While the world sings “Happy” and people clap along in a perfect circle the 360 degree trip returns those in the matrix to the day to day stupor-apathetic. What you see is not what you get, and you may never see it. Its an Inside Job, and the plan of the individual sporting a mask comfortably is to make out with the cash, front door, without being recognized-de facto.


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