—“I can’t help but think of the little boy who was rail roaded by “Zero Tolerance” All he did was bite his poptart into the shape of a gun… Got suspended…Empirical evidencial judgement is the wind before the chaff.”— Anne Tripp

Well the question is, zero tolerance for WHAT?
(Same problem as Non Aggression. Non aggression against what?)
Did he say or do anything false? (no)
Did he try to defraud anyone? (no)
Did he impose a cost on others (no)
Ergo, no crime. Or as we say ‘no harm no foul’

Conversely, would someone be able to compose such a regulation against a child if we lived under zero tolerance for impositions against natural law? Well, no.


Natural law solves the problem of decidability. Always and Everywhere.