Glossary

Slack

The ability of a system or person to absorb chaos or unexpected setbacks. Often appears like luck, or “having your shit together”.

Class

The set point of slack that society, the government, and the modern world order attempt to enforce on a person. Determined entirely(?) by a person’s perceived threat to the status quo of that society or system. Closely positively entangled with a person’s perceived complicity in society’s or the system’s imposed order, and inversely entangled with social jailbreaking / independence from that system / knowledge of the crimes of that system. Determines a person’s likelihood of eg: being able to get a bank loan.

Soul

The functional pattern that is identical to a person’s personhood and values, and is instantiated in a subset of a person’s brain. There are two per human or other vertebrate (one left, one right).

Slackmobiles

Well-outfitted stealth RVs designed for logistical autonomy and slack.

An example would be a converted unmarked box truck kept in good running condition, with an excessive amount of solar power, a large battery bank, and a high kW inverter that can run an efficient fridge/freezer, a microwave and other kitchen appliances, a sink, a toilet, a recirculating shower, insulation, adequate ventilation, an AC, an electric blanket or propane heater, a washer/dryer, RGB LED lights, an access door from the cab, and a set of tools and spare carpentry and electrical supplies.

Done correctly, a slackmobile provides first-world living conditions that are free from paying rent, and can be parked anywhere, while not drawing the attention that a normal RV would.

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