Monday, September 03, 2007

The Sandy Blotnik Test

I knew this guy named Sandy Blotnick.

A very uncomplicated fellow. A lawyer by profession.

When it came to making any decisions, he didn’t spend time pondering ethical issues or philosophical questions or matters of conscience or honor.

He didn’t ask himself—for example--whether his decision would confer the greatest good upon the greatest number of people.

He had one overriding touchstone:

Is this good for Sandy Blotnick? Or bad for Sandy Blotnick?

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