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==Bit O' Philosophy==
 
==Bit O' Philosophy==
  
Without leaders or beauty, the tendency for humans is to curl up in their personal comfort zone and never go beyond the bounds of the known.  Do consult the [[Snide Guide to Leadership]] on how to do it.
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Without leaders or transcendental forces (like beauty), the tendency for humans is to curl up in their personal comfort zone and never go beyond the bounds of the known.  Do consult the [[Snide Guide to Leadership]] on how to do it.
  
 
== Sample deputization oath ==
 
== Sample deputization oath ==
  
"I promise to uphold the law to the best of my ability, to obey my superiors, and to report any suspicious activity to my elected officials.  I will not use power without authorization or without threat to self and other innocent civilians."
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"I promise to uphold the law to the best of my ability, to obey my superiors, and to report any suspicious activity to my elected officials.  I will not use power without authorization or without threat to self and other innocent civilians." STUB:  there is a problem with the phrase yet of "without authorization":  of the law, of elected official, of the sheriff, the fire department, the next town's Mayor..?

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Bit O' Philosophy

Without leaders or transcendental forces (like beauty), the tendency for humans is to curl up in their personal comfort zone and never go beyond the bounds of the known. Do consult the Snide Guide to Leadership on how to do it.

Sample deputization oath

"I promise to uphold the law to the best of my ability, to obey my superiors, and to report any suspicious activity to my elected officials. I will not use power without authorization or without threat to self and other innocent civilians." STUB: there is a problem with the phrase yet of "without authorization": of the law, of elected official, of the sheriff, the fire department, the next town's Mayor..?