The Julia Tuttle Causeway sex offender colony is an encampment of registered sex offenders who have been forced to live beneath the Julia Tuttle Causeway, a highway in Miami, Florida. As many as 140 people were living in the colony as of July 2009. They are required to be in the camp from 6 at night to 7 in the morning, when a representative from the Department of Corrections arrives to check that they are there.
“Dude: Historically, the word usually has been used as a noun describing a type of man, or as an interjection. The tone and inflection of the word “dude” are used to convey the various meanings. For example, someone may be a “surfer dude.” “Dude” is considered to be slang, similar to the word “man”. “Dude” is also used alone in a sentence as an interjection denoting a feeling of surprise, happiness, disappointment, amazement or other emotions. As an interjection, a short, clipped “dude!” might be used to convey annoyance with someone, while a long, drawn-out “duuuude” conveys amazement. The word might also be used almost anywhere in a sentence in order to convey such sentiments in conversation, as in, “Listen, dude, we have to go.”—Best of Wikipedia - Dude
“Psychoanalysis has a word for the refusal to acknowledge a reality that blocks the fulfillment of a cherished desire. The word is disavowal, and it leads, Freud said, to the “splitting of the ego”—to a self torn in two, with one self that knows the truth and one self that won’t let itself know it, each jostling for primacy. This way of dealing with reality, Freud added, “almost deserves to be described as artful.”—
Judith Sklevitz, writing for slate.com, on Freud’s opinion of people who want too much but can’t have it.