Interesting to think about the differences between “possible” and “actual” success.
Dylan Driscoll


How a company that can lose $800+ million in a quarter (and that’s not even counting its much larger losses in China) but be “successful” is a mindbender, like the Japanese interlocking puzzles my husband collects. Maybe there are better ways to define successful, that can replace the current system, where large investments drive the huge scale required for mass wealth extraction by the few interconnected individuals propping the whole thing up because who doesn’t want a couple extra billion?