Whether it's "here" or somewhere else, I've noticed for a while that talking about politics or business seems to be much more popular than talking about spiritual issues or family. What a pity. 'tis not your portfolio that you can take with you to Heaven, after all. (h/t Ken Ham)
On the other hand, if one derives enjoyment from insanity, I'd guess that you'd be talking about the business or political world most of the time, even if you have a two year old in your house. Some examples:
Leadership Secrets of Attila the Hun gives the obvious fact that the way to success is to rape, kidnap, and pillage your way across Europe. Or not.
The new business buzzword "unsiloing" shows that the way to business success is to let a tornado hit your grain storage buildings. Isn't that what "unsiloing" would literally mean?
A classic, The Art of War by Sun-Tzu, tells politicians and businessmen alike that the way to success is to repeat vague quotes about ancient military campaigns.
And of course, there's always those sensible folks in DC, thinking that the path to cheap, aboundant gasoline is paved with government regulations and price fixing. I bet Amtrak and the Post Office will deliver it to your home, too.
Gosh, this is fun, but wouldn't you rather have some Kaiserschmarrn?
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