It's really important to know the people whom you live among. Neighborhoods should operate like support systems where individuals can seek assistance from people who live in the vicinity, trading services and resources. By building this sense of community, we can all learn to live in peace and harmony.
Take Steve and Frank of Gotham City. Here's a pair of next-door neighbors who play pivotal roles in one another's lives though unaware of how much they mean to each other. And when they find out, why, they're going to be closer than ever before.
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