Tuesday, January 27, 2009

There are Lists, and then there are LISTS.


I'd like to highlight two comments from over at WRSA on "The Quote of the Week" overheard at a gun show on the subject of lists.

The first is from Anonymous:

Quantity has a quality all its own.

How many people have lists? 1? 100? 10,000? 100,000? Only they, themselves, know. But the larger the number, the bigger the problem that the people with one list and limited manpower have.

Let's hope that the more intelligent among the leadership class understand AND RESPECT that, so that no one needs to refer to their list for anything other than entertainment purposes.

Then ebd10 left this pertinent observation:

The other thing they overlook is that some of us work right next to them...

Indeed, there are lists, and then there are LISTS. Better to not go there.

1 comment:

jon said...

oh yeah, that reminds me. how about a praxis article on arrest and restraint? i can't seem to find heavy duty, half-inch wide cable ties anywhere.