In which I re-wrote the Declaration of Independence and updated it for this century. Come at me, America.
In which I babble on about things I know very little about in an effort to understand them - specifically, economics.
In which I break down a quote from a Zen master, discuss some more about "Faking it until you become it," and brag a bunch about fitness again.
In which we discuss how prosperity doesn't have to mean someone loses.
In which a self-deprecating, untrustworthy nincompoop who doesn't trust anyone lectures you all about trust.
In which I show up late, tell you it's all about process instead of outcome, and argue for withholding grades from students until the end of the term.
In which I discuss how I find the Stones to be superior to The Beatles, the current state of education, and some other nonsense.
Personal Power and Social Power As promised last week, we're coming back to the beginning for what will probably be the last "official" Individualism vs. Collectivism post. Don't get me wrong, I'll be battling this topic for a long time to come, I'm sure, so it'll no doubt work it's way into the other topics, … Continue reading Thoughts for Thursday: Individualism vs. Collectivism (Part 4)
...Or, Of Moose and How We Know What We Know I don't believe in moose. That's right. Let that sit for just a moment. Then, hear me out, please. I make this claim all the bloody time, and, because I live in the Pacific Northwest, I almost always get the same reaction: "What the hell … Continue reading Thoughts for Thursday: Individualism vs. Collectivism (part 3)
In which I continue my thoughts on individualism vs. collectivism. This week we look through the lens of the story of Chris McCandless - better known as Into the Wild.