Another great work of art.
Thanks - I was a little worried about this one because when there's an obstruction (like the apron), it can really look tacked on. Getting the mesh point right really sells the modification, so when you can't see that, it has to be practically perfect to fool anyone.
Wonderful turn of a phrase, " he could convince himself that he had no choice." Because he really doesn't want a choice, does he?
Not one he'd ever choose, no. The bottom line is that there's always a choice; the problem is that people often hide behind the idea that there isn't so they can avoid personal responsibility for their actions.
So true. It is one of my pet peeves when someone blames another for something negative in their life and claims it was because they had no choice. Sometimes there are no good choices, but there is always a choice. As you said, it comes down to accepting personal responsibility. Something which is rather unpopular in our culture today. We prefer to play the blame game. :-(