About the only positive thing you can say about famed play/movie writer David Mamet deciding to file an amicus brief in support of Texas in that state's appeal of a district court correctly tossing the state's social media content moderation bill as unconstitutional is... that it has fewer swear words than your typical Mamet production. [...] Mamet, if you don't know, took a Trumpian turn...
He now looks out, but he can't find the objects the chart informed him he'd see. He concludes that he is lost. How can he determine his location? He has a map, but he's just misused it. How?
The Map is not the territory. The territory is the territory. The pilot's answer to the question "where am I?" lies not on the map, but out the windscreen. That's where he is. It doesn't matter where he calculated he should be, the territory below him is where he is. [...]
I report as an outdoorsman, that Panic is real. It is the loss of the mind and will to Pan, God of the Woods. The affected loses his reason, and runs about unable to recognize those actual signs (a road, his own footprints), which might bring him back to safety.