Of course things are damaged. We can continue to maintain damage if you like. And we will. It’s comfortable and safe. No work needed. Lazy. Change is hard. Nobody wants to do it. So we stay just as we are. You’re assuming some kind of forced takeover of property. I’m not. Reducing the need means there’s MORE choice available, not less choice. I don’t understand reduction of choice except it means less thinking needed.

Of course things are damaged. We can continue to maintain damage if you like. And we will. It’s comfortable and safe. No work needed. Lazy. Change is hard. Nobody wants to do it. So we stay just as we are.
You’re assuming some kind of forced takeover of property. I’m not. Reducing the need means there’s MORE choice available, not less choice.
I don’t understand reduction of choice except it means less thinking needed.

Maybe we think from different perspectives.
I’m not thinking like a citizen; I’m thinking like a business owner/developer/community builder/real estate holder.
I’m faced with decisions on what directions I want the future community to be like.
I’m not thinking like a citizen in how I’m talking here but as developer.

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