usually where I find agreement isn’t the entirety but rather some “core” point we have in common.

¬†Thanks for sticking it through and discussing this with – I tend to “do discussions” differently than a lot of folks I try to reflect the current state of the conversation rather than the entirety of it, as coming to a point of diplomatic agreement (and even enthusiastic agreement) can sometimes take a while, and usually where I find agreement isn’t the entirety but rather some “core” point we have in common.

This is Jack’s statement that my <3 is with. Agreement with the part isn’t agreement with the whole but it *is* a significant part, something that we share at the core that might not be reflected by outward expressions of it. [such as “how to fix” specifically]. Yet we all seem to share a desire to fix the problem. That’s where the <3 is at.

” I consider public “education” to be a form of child abuse more related to the prison industry (or other forms of institutionalization) than authentic education.

I would like to see more entrepreneurship and farming and innovation which I believe reduced taxation and regulation of small and family business would bring.

Less corporate welfare and regulatory capture, more Teslas and Newtons and Aristotles.”

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