I've been so meaning to write things so often in the last few weeks, but I am having trouble keeping sane enough (if that makes any sense). Once, I did a whole post, proofread it and thought *What am I thinking; I can't write that!*. If you are interested, it was somewhat about the benefits of importing bananas to the local banana farmers, the benefits of eliminating tariffs on clothing for local manufacturers, and the necessity to marginal employees of banning unfair dismissal lawsuits.
Basically, in North Queensland, it is taboo to say that banana imports can lead to anything other than unmitigated disaster.
It is taboo also within the clothing industry, to say that there should be no protection from imports.
It is also taboo to think that unfair dismissal lawsuits hurt most the people it is designed to protect.
It is highly foolish of me to think I can make any headway into relaxing these taboos.