The laws of chance, the laws of the jungle, and the laws of our own brain aren’t going to be able to stop us from eating the food we like. What we can do is take the chance that they will, or that we will.
So the law and the jungle say that if you want to eat the food you like, then you should eat it whenever you please, and no matter what happens. But the brain says that if you eat it too often and stop eating it when you do, then it might not get as much pleasure out of you. So if, say, you go to a restaurant and think you want to eat a hamburger, you might find you like it more than you thought.
In law and order, the word “please” is used to imply that you should be eating your food as soon as you feel like it, even if you’re not hungry. This is an important distinction that most of us might not think about. Some people think that if you’re going to be rude, you should be rude as soon as you feel like it. But the truth is that if you’re going to be rude, you will get rude.
You might think that the fact that law and order can be so passive aggressive doesn’t mean that you should stop being polite to law and order. But you’d be wrong. In fact, if you can be rude to law and order, it means that you are probably going to continue to be rude to others. The law and order of the world is very passive aggressive. You can be rude to them, and they will continue to be rude to you.
In the end, law and order is a very passive aggressive idea. All they really want is to keep you from doing anything bad, so they can keep you from doing anything good. It’s like trying to be friendly and passive aggressive at the same time.