Our favorite part of all of this is watching those who assume human behavior falls into some kind of pattern or justified path sort through the various scattered threads of Meyer’s logic. "Why is this a matter of life or death 24 hours ago, and now it’s not?" "Why did he say something, and then say something else?" "WHY DO HUMANS CONFUSE ME SO?" Because they make no sense whatsoever, are indecisive, and often conflate the little Enlightenment ideal of humanity in your head by acting like a pack of macaques playing with a box full of lit fireworks?Orson (as usual) makes a good point. All of that is true, but it doesn't mean that this will work out any better for Florida. Saying "Meyer should have thought this through a little better" can, of course, be countered by the same argument that he is a human being. I just don't think this makes much sense on an emotional level either, considering all the tear-jerking stories about how his family felt like they had lost him over the last several years.