A Mini Treatise on Error and the True Context of Kyle Williams' Error
The last time I checked, mistakes are quite abundant among most people. I don’t think there is any human on this planet that isn’t subject to fallibility. Everyone makes mistakes, no? When you’re at the grocery store and there is a miss-scan on an item, you don’t throw your arms up in disbelief and demand the manager. Well, unless you’re quite particular about your checkout time and a freakin nut. But most of us would just dismiss it and go on about our days and never think about it again. Granted, some mistakes are more heavily weighed than others, and make a much bigger impact than others. But, unless someone died as a result of one’s mistake, there is usually no need to throw a fit. They are, after all, unintentional. Mistakes are natural and contingent on the context.