February 7, 2002
There's probably a misapprehension among proponents of reforming recidivism performed by criminals and I summated the solution in a bumper sticker level proverb form: "Break the need and hurt the greed." It could pass into popularity if adopted but, as with theorems, it cannot be fully accepted due to cases that don't flow like the proverb says. The need is the drive to obtain something of which the greed will rise and demand greater consumption in bulk rate. Greed isn't always the dominant neither to the recessive drive nor as great until the desperation point and then comes the transfer.