I am enjoying reading through Wendell Berry's most recent essays, just published (2015) as Our Only World. In one of his essays, entitled "On Receiving One of the Dayton Literary Peace Prizes," he begins this way:
"When we were notified of this award my wife, Tanya Berry, uttered a sound that closely resembled laughter. She better than anybody knows how willingly I have risked controversy, and how much I have enjoyed it, especially when I was young. In my favor I can only say that I have never killed or physically harmed any of my enemies, or wished to do so, and that I don't carry a pistol. The only thing I would really enjoy shooting is a drone."
Which reminded me about drones. Which in turn reminded me about corporations.
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