A Piano’s Legacy

What an impressive find. Nestled in a quiet neighborhood, For sixty-one long years. Idle and untouched, but respected.   When he first brought you home He would play you daily after work. The family sings along, Favorite hymns, carols, Broadway songs.   Lost in the moment now, Your exuberance reverberates Through the home’s every room, […]

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A World of No “Adults”: The Case for Getting Rid of Age Limits on Everything

Most who read this blog with any regularity know that I am pro-meritocracy.  This means that I believe we should select college students, employees, products, services, and leaders all based on their merits.  I do not believe in any system that selects people based on characteristics they can’t control like race, gender, socioeconomic background (with […]

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“The Art of the Deal”: How my Airport Fiasco Illustrates the Importance of the Free Market

Residency interview season can be tough for a budget-conscious medical student, but it also illustrates why the free market makes everything it touches better for everyone involved. The Fiasco Anyone well-acquainted with air travel knows the struggle.  Flights take off and arrive at odd hours of the morning, even when they’re on time.  A 3 […]

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