“...what's good about being part of a gang, in principle, is that everyone goes about their own business while still rubbing shoulders with the others; each person brings along their own loot, and a sense of becoming is sketched out, something solid is set in motion, which belongs to no one member in particular but is "in between" everyone, like a little boat that a child might let slip and lose, and that other children then pick up.” Gilles Deleuze
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