With the Occupation of Wall Street by the dissatisfied masses, the media poses: what do they want?
Let’s say you have a chain of ice cream parlors, ten in all, sprinkled over a large metropolitan area. You’re planning your next quarter, and so you send out a press release telling everyone in reading distance which parlors they should shop at, on which days, which flavors they should buy, etc.
Very few people refuse to slice a large pizza and eat it as a single unit. Even the few that do (you monsters) would cut up a pizza that was twice the size. Another way it happens with pizza is when the parties to the pizza could not agree on a single set of toppings, so different portions of the pizza have different toppings.
An brief examination of the paradox of regulations and why the insanity of simplicity wins.
The Attorney General refuses to enforce the law and ought therefore be impeached by congress.