"How will I ever get out of this Labyrinth?"
~Last Words of Simon Bolivar
Alaska Young provides us with an answer of almost childlike simplicity.
"Straight and Fast."
The shortest distance between two points in traditional Euclidean Geometry is a straight line. From a purely goal oriented and objective viewpoint she is very much correct. Who needs Ariadne's string or the insider knowledge of the architect when you can barge through like the Juggernaut, turning walls to rubble or performing the trifecta of rule breaking. Just slip on your fox hat and book it until you're out. Right?
"Straight and Fast?"
But... Is getting out of your maze really worth that? Is this Labyrinth really so bad that we must go through it in a reckless frenzy? When Alaska 'es