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If we all removed just one brown brick of pedantry each day from the road we are traveling, the roads would not be strewn, as they are, with brown bricks of pedantry.

/ˈpɛdəntri/ (n.)

1. The resting state — the happy place — of any legal eagle.
2. Courtesy of the JC’s tenth law of worker entropy; the rule of collective agency, in which it is understood that all agents must, in the service of a common principal, tolerate each others’ pedantry, the instinctive starting point of any agent when deciding how to act.

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