There seems to be a danger of Thought Police in the world of Freethought. You know, those know what is wrong with everything and want to tell you about it, regardless of the effect of their pronouncements on the future of our ability to say and do.
When this blog first got going, it was announced that there would be something on the blog to offend everyone. This has been proved to be the case nicely and has inspired some to put fingertips to keyboard to criticize about everything touched upon thus so far. This is an equal opportunity blasphemy.
Some of the writing on my blog has already been condemned by, among others, those who are frequently wrong but never uncertain.
To fully appreciate Edwinian writing, it is necessary for you to know that everything you think you know about a given Edwinian writing, together with your understanding of the motives of the author, is almost certainly wrong.
Readers would probably find it useful, and therefore well advised, to become acquainted with, at least before speaking, the literary concepts and devices of satire, humor, parody, metaphor, allegory, irony, sarcasm, and wit before providing their opinions so loudly and so often.