About the author

Matt is the author, co-author, secondary-author, ghost-author, and non-author of articles, speeches, book chapters, and even entire books! Next will be the bestseller "Losing My Religions." Currently, he is President of One Step for Animals; previously, he was shitcanned from more nonprofits than there is room to list here. Before Matt’s unfortunate encounter with activism, he was an aerospace engineer who wanted to work for NASA to impress Carl Sagan. His hobbies include photography, almost dying, and {REDACTED} He lives in Tucson with Anne and no dogs, no cats, and no African tortoises (although he cares for all of these).

Saturday, October 3, 2020

From my friend Ari

If a drunk driver injured and killed many other people, and then themselves was harmed in the accident, should the community be rallying around the drunk driver? What if that same drunk driver had been an advocate for drinking and driving and actually was handing out drinks to fellow drunk drivers who then got into accidents? What about this analogy seems inconsistent to the big news? This reflection isn't based on anger or hatred but grounded in question about political correctness. All beings are worthy of compassion, but why prioritize that compassion on a man who practices willful ignorance, becomes an heir to its consequences, and won't show shame or regret for his actions?

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