Not really. The reason for the flapper’s existence is that they are the only ones who are able to get around the law; that is, if they are arrested for the purposes of the law they are taken back to jail. (Although, of course, this is often for a minor offense, such as jaywalking, and usually they will not be jailed; they will, instead, serve their sentences at the jail proper, and are then released to the proper streets, which are generally safer for them.) While they do not do any hard work, flappers are generally considered to be useful for any and all practical purposes, and the law cannot punish someone for “doing the work of man, without the use of his brains” — the same applies to the flapper working the night shift, in a restaurant or other work, as well. So, despite the fact that the law does not protect them from arrest, they do get plenty of jobs, and that’s why they’re called the “flapper’s law.”
Flappered on his way to work? Take a flapper’s walk at your local flappering factory, which, under the law, you can get a job in as a factory flapper (you’d have to be a regular flapper, not just someone who happens to go to work in a flapper factory and goes a few days or weeks into a flapper’s employment). Or, if you have a job doing some other work within the country (or on the other world), just go to the state flappering factory, pick a job, and then start off on a flapper’s trip.
What about the people whom the Flapper’s Laws were originally designed for? This group was the poorest members of society — the uneducated, the illiterate, and the homeless. The law was designed to protect them, for they were the most vulnerable when it came to exploitation of the worker by the boss. But as people move up the social ladder, or find better jobs after leaving the job market, flappers move out of the law’s original target class, and into the lower classes as well.
Did flappers have wives? No, they had husbands, for some reason. Did they have children? Not at all (because the laws against child labor state that no child of a flapper of any age can work except for at least one full day in each of the three major factory factories). Were flappers married? Of course, they were, but
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