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TRANSPORTATION
In our great society Baskutopia we believe in bart trains to transport the lower class people because they do not need to get sidetracked from their original plans. They just need to get from point A to point B. Only the very rich will and the king will have flying cars because they keep the societies economy going. And to show appreciation to the rich for keeping our economy going they get more luxuries than lower class citizens.
The bart trains are very compact because that is the main source of transportation for all lower class people. The trains will run to all major locations ran by the government, such as the basketball games, stores, schools, and a designated location depending on where your house is. Only few trains will run to other stadiums, and you could only go to another stadium if your team is playing is playing in that stadium and that is a vacation for our great society. The flying cars are what the rich take to the games or to the stores or wherever else they need to go. The reason why the cars fly is so they can go over the bart tracks and avoid interacting with lower class people and have a more direct route to the games to school or going to the store without have to go through the trouble of transferring trains to get to your location. We just try to make life easier for the king and the rich in our great society Baskutopia.

LAW and ORDER
In the great society of Baskutopia there are few laws that you must follow such as always obeying the king rules no matter what. The king is always right and you must agree with his decisions even if it doesn’t benefit your social class. Another law that must be followed is that all other sports are banned in our society. You are only taught one sport when you are being raised and if you are learning another you can be fined or put in jail, and if you decide to run away from the law your family will suffer your consequences for generations. They can suffer by being a slave to the

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