The role of a FOOL
Original post made by Halamo on Sep 17, 2007
It must be quite depressing for Danville to not have a Town Fool.
A town succeeds by the ability of its community to seek answers beyond the limits of cultural and social restrictions on town residents. The town fool accepts the role of asking those difficult questions, proposing exceptional answers and seeking very exceptional response from our governments and public leaders.
Within our cultural limits, we must rely on the town fool to be our voice is seeking revelation of community reality. Certainly, no resident, within cultural limits, should be expected to perform such community duties. Thus, we turn to the fool and proudly I seek to warrant that title in Alamo.
Maybe I could work weekends in Danville?
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