This is what it feels like to be on a sinking ship, the bilge pumps unable to keep up with the continuous flow from the sea. The captain, unhinged and barely cognizant of his surroundings leading the ship further from shore at the request of his cadre of staff officers.
The problem is, there is no curiosity about how it ends. The technical aspects perhaps, but not the end. Once you recognize that your neighbor, who works at the DMV or the sheriff’s department is as clueless as to what constitutes communism as any five-year-old, you’re halfway through the problem. But I have always been interested in solutions, not identifying the problem, though in order to get to a solution, first one has to understand the problem. So, to that degree, I’m interested in identifying the problem.
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