A computer programmer who is no longer geeky enough to be interested in how software is constructed; I care more about what software can do for people; or even more about people, period.
Mostly interested in the taboo subjects of religion and politics: religion as an atheist, and politics as a left-leaning Democrat.
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And with Bill Evans thrown in how could you go wrong?
Consider our ultimate entitlement system, whereby 99% relies on 1% to risk their lives and to give "the last full measure of devotion" to purchase a sense of security and well-being. The open questions are what portion of that security is imaginary, and what portion is real, and what portion is bought at the inflated price of squandering our righteous and moral values of justice and equality?