The Golden Lane at the Prague castle is where all the artisans and infantryman lived. The goldsmiths had to make sure their tools did not hit the floor or lose any gold flakes. The infantryman did not pay taxes but also did not earn an income so they had to work as cooks and jailers. Writer, Kafka, lived in his sister’s house at #22. The castle also had a strong tendency to practice “defenestration” or the art of being thrown out a window against one’s will. B and I want to implement this practice at work.

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