Originally Posted by opentune
Well, my comment was actually was a bit of a joke. (reality is many wolves howl at the same time).
My point kind of was in any group of animals, its basic behaviour for somebody to keep the 'others in line' - even if they don't agree on a line.
Ya - I figured that's what you were getting at. It's not just humans that have to deal with it.
But even in anarchistic human societies there are mechanisms to handle agreed upon transgressions.
But just to go way
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