Two good friends are sitting on the bank of the Danube river, where after an evening of fishing they are surprised by a strange creature.
A son calls his mother from his studio apartment in San Francisco. She lives in the selo, back in the Old Country. Frank: Mama, iman ti nešto reć! (Mom, I’ve got something to tell you!)
We all die, and we all want things before we die. Some of us want to avoid things (like pain), and some or all people (NEETs suffer disproportionately from agoraphobia). But we have to use others to get those things. And others have to use us. Often, trade is good. For some, effort is externality.… Continue reading Selo Ethics #1 — Introduction: The Paradox of Work