I don’t like honors

July 18, 2013

The Graduation Ceremony of the University is coming up. If you buy into all they offer to live the full experience of being honored, it would cost over 500 euro.

Objectively, these ceremonies are an elitist display where only rich people can afford to be honored. Those freshly graduates that can’t afford it are not honored. If it was democratic, these events would be for everyone regardless of how fat your bank account is.

Physicist Feynman says it clear:

The Insider

July 8, 2013

One of the most underrated, and perhaps important, films of the 1990s. Michael Mann’s “The Insider” is based on the true story of a 60 Minutes segment about tobacco industry whistleblower Jeffrey Wigand.

If you’ve got vital insider stuff the American people, for their welfare, really do need to know, and you feel impelled to disclose it and violate your agreement in doing so, that’s one thing. On the other hand, if you want to honor this agreement, then that’s simple. You do so. You say nothing, you do nothing. There’s only one guy who can figure that out for you, and that’s you all by yourself.