Personally, for some things just a bit of redundancy (Raid-Z2 + hot spares) is enough... other things, I have in as many places as I can get them.
Cleaning the grounds out of a french press is awful. The aeropress completely fixes that problem.
On the flip side, the thought of training a generation of kids to be *creative* with technology probably terrifies some people in the government to no end.
Simple laws are usually the worst. Many times they are written by ideologs who care little for the practical considerations of what they want to keep other people from doing.
So, overly complex laws that are thousands of pages long, that legislators vote on, knowing full well that none of them have read and comprehend the entire document are better? Here's a simpler law that would cover the condition above, and probably be simpler... "No driver shall allow themselves to be so distracted while in control of a vehicle as to endanger others."
My intention wasn't to be partisan at all, actually. I just noticed how goofy political "philosophies" seem when we set them aside for a minute. It didn't come across in my post, for sure. I should really edit before I submit next time.