> Lee Daniel Crocker wrote:
> "Because ...diverse humans ... have directly conflicting desires. That
> ... very diversity of interest is what makes us unique and precious. To
> the extent that I can get what I want by helping you get what you want,
> that's great: it's called trade, and I'm all for it."
> I'm all for trade too. I will trade my refusal to inflict violence on
> you regardless of whatever personal choices you make for your life in
> exchange for your refusal to inflict violence on me for making whatever
> personal choices I make for my life. I think that is a good trade. I
> will trade my willingness to find cooperative resolutions to our
> conflicting desires for your willingness to find cooperative resolutions
> to our conflicting desires. I think that sort of trade is in our mutual
Trying to slip a mickey still? How about you refusing to use force on me to make me pay for the consequences of your stupid decisions, and vice versa.