as you know from all my babbling here, i am not averse to sharing stories. :-) i'm just not sure i can think of one right now. hmmm.... not sure if this is a good example, but:
when i was in my early/mid teens, i was a graffiti writer on the subways in nyc. i virtually lived in the subway system for a good 2+ years. i knew where the engineers and conductors had their lockers, i stole all kinds of shit from them, slept in parked/locked trains, had keys to all the transit locks and train doors, had lanterns, vests, other equipment, etc. we even found blasting caps once. if i had even an inkling back then of the anti-state, anti-civ worldview i have now, i could have caused serious disruption to the city of new york. (not sure how much that would have even been noticed in the early-mid 70s there, but i digress). with some thoughtful planning and the help of a few of my (even more adventurous than me) comrades, it's fun to imagine what we could have done.
if i had had the anarchic perspective then, that i have now...
i was anti-capitalist (in my mind, anyway) from much earlier, but i was damn near 40 by the time my perspective fully acknowledged the futility of "the democratic ideal", mass society, government, etc. i reached that place only after decades of experiencing my life in the u.s. yet, since then i have met quite a few folks in their 20s (to me, young) that already see through the travesty of a mockery of a sham. based on the context of my life, it took me so long to understand some things that are clearly understood much more quickly by folks growing up with different contexts.
maybe that doesn't really address the original question. once you get me started on stories... :-)
when you asked for a story, i assumed you meant from my own life. you know how i (usually) feel about generalizations.