I live in a manufactured home in central Florida. A big part of a manufactured home is the shed, sort of like a garage with most homes. Every time I go to the shed I have to unlock it -- even though it is only a few feet from the main door. It reminds why I hate locks. Locks are sign of the society we live in -- if you don't lock it, some one will steal it. I remember as a kid, we never locked our doors. When I came home from college, I just walked through the front door. I never owned a key. Man, do I miss those days. I remember a teacher I had tell me his philosophy on life. He could understand how someone could kill someone in a fit of emotional rage, but he couldn't understand how someone could take something that didn't belong to him. Basically it comes down to right and wrong.
When I am King, I'll try to make small anti-lock areas and see if I can make them expand. Lock doors say a lot about our society -- nothing good I might add. I hope I can get rid of locks in one small area at a time.