Attack on Offense 2: The wrath of crybabies

“All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others.” —from George Orwell’s “Animal Farm”. When a baby—or a toddler—wants something and they can not conjure the words to ask for it, they cry. When they are mad that something they desire is not readily available to them, they cry. When something they have is taken from them, they cry. When something in their surroundings assaults their senses, they cry. When they are told their behavior is wrong and are corrected, they cry. Crying is the first, best…