"Yo," the hipster replied with a smarmy aura of self-importance. "I suppose I should introduce myself. I'm a disrupter, and I'm here to disrupt whatever it is you think you're doing, drain it of value, and replace it with something else entirely."
"Get off my property," I replied as cordially as I could. "Not only are you trespassing, but you're obnoxious."
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