Not to be missed.
You don't have to like him - I find his courage remarkable, and his skill to communicate something to admire and worthy of emulation.
My previous posts on KO reveal my appreciation for his skill. But on this day, it is his keen, clear insight that is so poignant.
As a linguist, I think he's masterful. I'm left wondering whether to shout "Amen, brother," or "O my God, I can't believe he said that," or, to hearken back to my Western Kentucky roots, "Holy Shit!"