It’s a Verb! It’s a Company’s Name! It’s…a country!? Google, the nation state.

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Living in a country with a nominally functional government has its annoying aspects. There are laws that you are expected to abide by, taxes that you are expected to pay, slow languid systems one is expected to work within to achieve even marginal change, red lights that you are expected to sit patiently at, and if you are a business owner there are occasional regulations by which you are expected to abide. For some, such limitations are understood (to a greater or lesser extent) as being part of a tradeoff that one enters into when choosing to live in a given country: you put up with some of the hassles (stop lights) and in exchange get to partake in the beneficial stuff (paved roads).

There are always some who tend to view the annoyances as less of a tradeoff and more of a showing of tyrannical teeth, and in such…

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