originally posted by John
In How Trust Works I describe the trust space in which thoughts get thought for us and in which we in turn get to think thoughts for others. The bleakest spot in the trust space is in the extreme bottom left corner. This is a place of constrained choice, imposed security needs and total publicness. As far away from anything resembling authentic trust that can be imagined.
I now know the name of this place. It is called Florida (prop Jeb Bush) as witnessed by:
“On October 1, 2005, Florida becomes a more dangerous place. That's when the Shoot First Law goes into effect, giving the people of Florida the right to use deadly force as a first resort when they feel threatened, even in a public place.” (From http://www.shootfirstlaw.org/)