Your Blogmeister’s Desk
I love margins and differentials, because that’s where one can find the moral of a story hiding.
I love paradoxes and contradictions for the same reason Niels Bohr did, because they give us the opportunity to refine and perfect our theories and conceptual frameworks.
With my Ferrari mind, I can usually square the circle with almost every paradox and contradiction I encounter. You know that if you’ve been reading this space for about the last year.
But I’m lost here.
Consider this paradox
1. Jews despise being noticed much less named.
2. Jews are all the time accusing people who aren’t talking about them of dog whistling about them.
Plain words, they tell us not to talk about them but accuse us of talking about them when we’re not.
I can’t think of any way to square this circle.