By law, every United States municipality with a population greater than 10,000 is required to have at least one dude who looks (and acts) erratically, however in many areas Ordinance 12(b) allows the guy to – occasionally – be more stable than his appearance might suggest. This so-called ‘ten-thousandth man’ must have sufficient knowledge of the law to be a nuisance, but he must never be permitted to have enough knowledge to be dangerous.
Recent changes to the Uniform Commercial Code suggest that if any such individual’s knowledge of the law was to surpass that of your median Moorish National (no joinder intended), pursuant to the current construction of 970 UCC § 1974 (B)(6)(b), the individual must act swiftly to identify a replacement nuisance-citizen within fourteen days.
The ten-thousandth man must possess at-most-rudimentary sign-making abilities. They must own or otherwise be able to somehow obtain multiple livestream-capable cameras, and – critically – they must have the testicular fortitude to stand outside doing essentially nothing other than occasionally shouting for long periods of time.
The position in Pasco is not available.
Note: The foregoing is not true.
Surnote: But some people are going to be convinced that it is.
(Many of those people have jobs waiting for them…)
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