We live in an imperfect world
Last updated 4/12/2007 at Noon
I wondered what the proper description for Jim Dooley’s 4/5/07 letter is and the only conclusion that I can come to is that it is simply a diatribe.
We live in an imperfect world and, after the fact, it is always easy to see where the results of an action taken could have been better and we can suppose that another action would have been superior. But that may not necessarily be so. It is possible that what now seems like a better choice might have produced a poorer result. An engineer can test his design and make corrections if it doesn’t work. Life is not like that. We don’t get to...