a project requires people and it requires that those people work! Complaining that New Hampshire is still not some ideal libertarian state is like going to the building site of a future skyscraper and complaining that the hole that we dug doesn’t offer any better view of the city. We kind of look at you like you’re a bit dull and then speak slowly to explain, “We haven’t built the skyscraper yet.” And that building is going to take time and effort. We’re going to have advances, and yes, many failures.
The man worked very hard. For years, he trained his voice and ear under the best coaches, but he still couldn’t stretch past an octave and to him a flat sounded pretty much like a sharp. Unlike many failed musicians, he also paid close attention to marketing. His brochures were glossy. His business cards played music. And his affected flair included a scarf and a cane
Illustrating libertarian ethics at a personal growth seminar caused quite a stir.