Monday, February 20, 2012

Fragile Delusion

"Talk to our lawyer."
 "When the biggest part of your defense is secrecy, denial or its cousin obfuscation, it can only work for so long. The game in question does involve more than just offense.

"In a mediated dialog or under cross-examination, misleading transactions are progressively less sustainable. Money fueled bullying and grandstanding become less effective."

Sort of begs the question, is the refusal to engage an act of cowardice? Or an admission that deeper scrutiny is something to avoid - even at high cost?

Not lost on those who have the time, inclination and competence to find reasonable explanations is a curious idea - overvaluing an artificial measurement, regardless of its success and/or 'cost' is simply not wise.

Any way you slice it, predatory ownership is rarely beneficial from a systems' perspective. When the value is low and the dollar price is high, we suffer. "Superstition ain't the way" (thank you, Stevie).

© 2012 Buzz Hill

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