King Solomon was an eccentric living in New York City who protest against cable companies for charging people.

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King Solomon was described as a hyperalert black man in his fifties. He had a half-hour slot on public access television where he went head-to-head with giant communications conglomerates, criticizing them for restricting communication. In addition, he had been picketing around the city for years, explaining his idiosyncratic theories, a mix of socialism and anarchy, to anyone who would listen. He also stated to have a girlfriend living in the Netherlands.

Solomon started protesting outside of Compact Cable for a certain time until he is convinced by David Levinson to using the Internet, which is the closest thing to unrestricted communication.

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