The inventor and radical thinker R. Buckminster Fuller walked into a public washroom and, spying an unflushed urinal, pulled the handle. Asked why he attended to someone else's mess instead of leaving it for the next person (or the janitor), Fuller simply replied, "I'm a citizen of the world." If such a broad, self-applied definition of responsibility sounds absurd or pretentious, then perhaps you also recoil from holding doors for old ladies, carrying your neighbors' UPS deliveries upstairs, or accepting that filmmakers are the... More >>>