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 The Last Bastille Podcast 
 Episode # 66
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 SleepySalsa
 The Last Bastille Podcast  
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Childhood is that pivotal period of one’s life where character is forged. In school, children are taught to “fit in” with their arbitrary peer group, to “respect authority,” and most importantly, to never ever deviate from the “norm” (whatever that happens to be at the moment). If one is not a “team player,” they are unjustly ridiculed for their individual autonomy. Indignities against self-determination are an indispensable hallmark of contemporary America.
Featured music is AshleyAlyse’s “A Puzzling Predicament,” and Bosa’s “King’s Quest,” both of them available pursuant to CC BY-NC-SA 3.0 Unported.
Audio version of "Individuality" (https://thelastbastille.wordpress.com/2012/10/06/individuality/), read by the author.

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