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I would look up "flytipping" and find "council" and the
council contact details.
I would lookup "personal litter" and find "personal".
I would lookup "littering" and find "council".
Under "lowering your taxes" it would list "your
If You indexed the book differently, with sections
responsible owner, the section on personal responsibility
would be enormous, more than anybody can keep in
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||Everything is personal in the end.
||//I would lookup "personal litter" and find
"personal"// - "personal litter" is a very odd
phrase, but the fact that you're sticking the word
'personal' in it suggests you already know whose
responsibility it is.
Also, what does
'responsibility' mean here? - //I would look up
"flytipping" and find "council"// - arguably,
flytippers are responsible for flytipping.
||I like the gist, but fear you'll end up with a collection authored by people of different political
persuasions. However, this in of itself isn't necessarily a bad thing, as it would make a clear
alternative to political advertising and campaigning. Each index could be cross referenced against
all the others, with similarities all highlighted and summarised in one colour, and differences in
another. It would be interesting to see if there were a subset of responsibilities that everyone
agreed belonged with a single identified entity.
||The other practical problem here would be to come up with a single naming/definition system for
entities - while "council", "government" and "personal" might be valid for many, other editions
might prefer "wimmins collectiv", "tribal elder" or "technomage" as units of delegative striation.
||If you looked up "Responsibility Index" in the
Responsibility Index who would you find was
||//Everything is personal in the end// - The Responsibility Index should be printed on mirror-finish
||TIL mirror-finish paper exists.
||Not personal, collective or shared.
||The Great Responsibility Index of Help.
"littering" gives neighbours, fellow public space users, council contractors, police.
"household clutter" gives friends/family, Ebay, Rubbish collection, Psychologist.
||//Everything is personal in the end//
||For people like Perinax and myself, things are Perthonal.