I can’t tell if this comment is earnest or sarcastic because the internet! If it’s earnest, I disagree. Legal folks need help solving problems for users and balancing the business needs just like everyone else. They often say a thing and people take them literally and that’s how we end up with unreadable terms and bonkers disclaimers. Generally…
Yes to all of this!
My biggest trick for overcoming imposter syndrome is forcing myself to be honest and open when I don’t know something. At first saying “I don’t know” feels uncomfortable (especially when you’re the boss), but it gets easier.
In a property/owner relationship, property doesn’t have the right to consent (or the privilege to say no). Lack of consent, lack of ability to say no is rape, not matter how much you try to romanticize this particular “relationship”.
Part of the problem here is that you think rape looks a certain way. It happens in a dark…
Thanks for the thoughtful response John! I think we agree on a couple things:
I agree with everything you’ve written about the power failure, but I still have very little patience for Delta or commercial airlines in general. In an effort to maximize profits, airlines have done everything they can to make flying as difficult, uncomfortable and unfriendly as possible:
You seem well intentioned and maybe this is simply a language issue, but I think you might want to start with this statement in your comment:
“I set my wife free to do the activity of her choice.”
Your wife should always be free to do the activity of her choice, or as free as you are. Your statement…