Thinking Within Reason

“When a man has not a good reason for doing a thing, he has one good reason for letting it alone." - Walter Scott
I tend to only engage in thinking within reason.

It’s mostly because I’m lazy, but I think most of us would prefer not too have to think about anything rather than something. In fact, I prefer not having to think about things so much that I would dedicate valuable time into to telling you how best to do so, but that’s if I can find a good enough reason to think about it I suppose.

The other thing about me is that I tend to only engage in thinking with reasoning behind it. This comes in handling when battling those stuck with societal paradigms that should be long gone, but probably comes across as annoying and didactic when conversing casually. That is when I attempt to turn everything into an evidence based conversation.

But fortunately for you the reader, most of what I think will never make it up here, instead I hope to create a place where you can get some insight into the way I do things and the things I think. Along the way perhaps my writing and spelling will not suck improve, although the outlook seems bleak.

You should probably know that I think that:

1) God is just for pretend and societies continuous pursuit of him causes far more harm than good.

2) Efficiency, effectiveness and effort are three very different things and should not be confused.

3) If everyone would just use a Mac then the world would be a better place.

4) If people gave half as much attention to design as they did to content then my eyes would stop bleeding everything would make a lot more sense.

The Above and more will all be explained in due time. I plan to post twice a week on a topic of my choosing and look forward to the resulting conversation. So add me to you feeder and come back soon.