Drop Down Menu Model of Choice

I don’t think that people particularly do things that they haven’t done before, or have seen other people do before.

There’s lots of relying on cached answers, and very little deriving actions from first principles.

Basically, when people look at objects, they get something like a drop-down menu. Not that that’s literally true of course, but it seems to describe most behavior pretty well on the functional level.


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Provisional pronouncements and (hopefully) honest mistakes. I'd like to be differently wrong about things, and helpful to the world.
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