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The Journal of Jerristocratosthenes A Tragic Epic Story thingJuly 8th 443 BC It was a day like any other warm and humid with the sun shiningyet it felt different somehow It felt dark dark like the depths of anocean dark as the deepest night A nebulous dark a vague hazy bemusingdark I leaned up against the wall of the building head downexamining the passing men through my drifting brown hair They seemedoblivious to me oblivious to my power It was then that I strodeforward into the Agora and called all attention to myself waving my armsabout Stealing is a correct and morally right thing to do I yelled The other men stared at me amazed One of them stepped forward slightlydark in complexion with a mop of brown atop his head Confident inhimself he stepped up to me I disagree sir he proclaimed to me Thus I had started my search for new pupils new additions to mystock of young men I knew I had the crowd by their very minds urging tocontradict and participate in this debate My name isJerristocratosthenes Im an expert in my field and no one Ive yet metcan match my speaking skill I grabbed the mans shoulder and looked deep into his eyes My friend suppose you were alone You are wasting away and youknow you will die of starvation very soon Your wife and small boy aredying as well it hurts you to see his ribs show through his skin Sinceyou do not have money the only way that you may obtain food is to stealit In that situation is stealing not rightHe looked taken aback at my shocking proposal and dropped hiseyes to the ground I would not find it wrong to steal in that situation butstealing is wrong when the person stealing is rich enough to afford thefood he said He looked very puzzled and I knew I had him We had developed quite a crowd
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