My challenge was to point out that you are treating this situation like an analyst which, while rational, is not necessarily practical.
The above quote is by a Patch reader who uses an alias. One does not have to question why that is the case, but when did we come to this notion that analysis isn’t practical? Tell that to the D.E.A.
Seriously…I’d love an answer. When, exactly, did thinking, i.e., analysis, become “not necessarily practical”? Can you honestly think of a situation when analysis, or thought, isn’t needed? I’ll wait.