"It's not that complicated"
(All, "Yup, this is a mixed bag, too...", but...)
We're big fans of this idea. Obviously. We think it's an idea with some real potential.
But... I mean... it's got this built-in problem, just like anything. Isn't this wishy-washy? Too much with the questioning?
And we get that, but... Our feeling is that ahhh... you're kind of ahhh... yer doing it wrong?
[The example I use, Gravity. Like, what's the moderate position on gravity going to be? "Down," if you see what I mean.]
Like... life and the issues we face as a society are kind of complicated, and we should treat them that way - but they're not really that complicated.|
We don't have to endlessly revisit the gravity issue - or whether guys should leave their wives and kids - or whether sandwiches are delicious and music is cool - "don't step in front of a moving bus," etc. This stuff doesn't change.
The ones that are hard, well, we ought to take a bit of time, no? Measure twice, cut once.
Folks will always butt heads about the details, and we'd like to get in on that.