The BSD Handbook suggested that new users use ee (“Easy Editor”), a program I had not heard of before, though the far more powerful and complex vi editor is also included out-of-the-box (in *nix, configuration is generally accomplished through plain text, at least for those distros that have not yet fallen for the seductive blandishments of SystemD).
Just for grins and giggles, I went looking for ee yesterday, and it is surprisingly hard to find. For one thing, search results are flooded with links that promise to provide an “easy editor” for your drag-and-drop (pfui!) web site. As near as I can find, it hasn’t been updated since 2005.
The step-father has been charged with felony child neglect. Follow the link and form your own conclusions about what might just possibly maybe distinguish between “felony child neglect” and “tragic accident.”
Nor is being blunt a sign of leadership; it’s just rudeness. Being a leader means staying until the job is finished, not until you find something better. Most important, public service is not a means to an end; it is the destination.