Monday's Question of the Day
My new mantra, two a week, two posts a week. Good luck me keeping this one. :-)
So on Facebook and friend of mine who we differ opinions on many subjects and still remain friends for some odd reasons posted about an elk that was killed in Boulder Colorado and the neighborhood folk of which this elf decided to call home the last 2 years held a memorial service for. Now my friend thought this crossed the line bordering on the absurd and I have to admit from the short article he posted on his timeline his conclusion was easily obtained. I looked into it further and whereas the first article did not detail that the elk had been in the neighborhood for two years, many families considered the elk a sort of pet and the police officer that killed the elk of which he stated was sick and injured immediately took the animal to a meat processing plant so that part of the memorial service was also a protest against the police department, for those reasons my opinion differs from my friend. Still it brings up the question where do we draw the line in this situation and others like it and that brings us to the QOD:
How do we determine where the line is drawn and at what point does a differing opinion become foolishness instead of a differing opinion?