one possibility is that with the pandemic, they are both desperate to do something including finding scapegoats to hold responsible and outside enemies blame, and have a lot of staff and management with much less normal business to attend to. like, what are the teams that used to open 'ideal' orgs at the rate of twice a year or more, doing now that none have opened in almost 2 years, and there is no sign of new renovation projects in the pipeline? (Chicago and Austin sit finished but unopened, and Austin ran into the problem due to local conditions that other projects anywhere are likely to now, significant delays in being able to start construction once finally green lighted due to tight market conditions)
Maybe this latest OSA OP will motivate Larry to do some follow-up work to the Going Clear book.That I understand, OK then. Larry has moved his chess pieces
off the playing board and moved on in life.
I guess for the COS . . . "stuck in an incident" much?
Shadow boxing imaginary phantoms in the dark now.
Plato was also something of underhanded sophist, sometimes leading the audience to his pet theories and conclusions, rather than really engaging with them or truly probing for their supposed knowledge of such truths. come to think of it, maybe even a bit Hubbard-like."Plato thought that rhetoric should be used to convey truth, truths already known to the audience, revealed through that dialectic critical thought. Plato also operated on absolute truths, things that are right or wrong, black or white. Aristotle was more modern in that he used rhetoric as a tool of persuasion in the polis. "
More PI madness. Why am I not surprised?