We have gangs instead.

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9 Responses to We have gangs instead.

  1. Alex Apffel says:

    There’s always Fagin’s house and the ‘dodger!

  2. Sarah C says:

    Shouldn’t the line be pointing the other way? More traveling circuses means more hope for runaways, not less, doesn’t it?

  3. David J says:

    Unless it means that without circuses to take them in, runaways are more likely to get bored and return home.

  4. Mike says:

    So since traveling circuses take trains the runways at airports last longer? Did I miss something?

  5. The Missing 'A' says:

    Yes, Mike. Yes you did.

  6. Sirrah says:

    Yup, that should definitely be pointing the other way. Not that Jessica reads any of her comments.

  7. Siebje says:

    Maybe, since traveling circuses are obviously full of homicidal clowns, having a lot of them around helps decrease the runaway population?

  8. Jay Em says:

    Isn’t the title part of it? New times, folks.

  9. JonB says:

    If you think of hope as an unfulfilled expectation/desire, then as more runaways join traveling circuses, they no longer have hope since their need/desire/expectation has been fulfilled.