I’m not terribly fond of folks invoking unknowable deities to support their favored political positions. In fact, I’d rather folks not speak on behalf of deities at all. To do so seems to me to represent a being beyond our comprehension, who, for reasons that remain unfathomable to me, chooses not to represent him- or herself, and to do so thus seems to me to be inherently blasphemous. More prosaically, it’s an appeal to an authority whose very existence is to be accepted on faith. Read more
Month: March 2017
While I wasn’t paying attention….
While I wasn’t paying attention, a cab company closed. This shouldn’t be surprising. Whatever their own problems, Uber and Lyft have solved many of the problems of the taxi business and, as a plan, the latter seems to me rather uncompelling. Read more