If you tell enough stories, perhaps the moral will show up.


Safe vs Free

As vanity/personal sites go, Things of Interest is one of the best. There's a lot of interesting things -- simple but sometimes provocative and robustly logical. Presenting Arguably the most important question of the decade as a poll -- Would you rather be "Safe" or "Free"? is in that style.

As a man I wanted to select "Free", but as a father, I wanted "Safe". But really I knew that the poll was wrong. Here's a mockup of my version.

Which would you rather be:Safe1 or Free?

1 Please note that preferring safety to freedom will not make you safer. However the corresponding loss of freedom will be delivered promptly and reliably.

Mind you. It's probably too late for "Free", as well.

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