craig skibiski

Binger Hermann Policy Problems: Corrections, D.O.I. Decisions

And a third situation is where there appears to be a conflict, but there is no conflict, the theoretical positions show no conflict, but there should be a conflict showing, and all of it does not matter because the claims are theoretical to begin with, and the theoretical claims are not even in their theoretical placement on the surface of the earth, nor in their theoretical configuration, which contradicts the existence of very ‘claims’ themselves, thus there are no ‘claims’, even if there were claims, they would conflict, and even conflicting, would not be represented in their theoretical configuration as displayed, where they have been made to appear (erroneously) on the surface of the earth, well…over there.

Put another way….‘There is no spoon’.