Demanding that people fit into a “system” instead of tailoring a “system” to fit people is always a recipe for tedium and monotony.
You systematically remove fathers from inner city homes for fifty years and you get Chicago, a dreariness of idiotic murder and mayhem in numbers only Big Media could ignore. Kids need fathers and there is just no way around that basic fact. Yet, in our world, the needs of the system outweigh the needs of the children; the mistakes compound and result in more pointless death.
You get a football coach who tries to fit his players into a predesigned system instead of studying his players and designing a system around their strengths and you get eternal three and four win seasons.
Systemic failure is all around us and yet no one talks about it because everybody in the media is feeding from the corporate or political […]
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