Sometimes the shoe fits. September 13, 2016 would have marked the 100-year anniversary of British children’s author Roald Dahl’s birth. In rejecting appeals to issue a commemorative coin celebrating his life, the Royal Mint noted the author was, “associated with antisemitism and not regarded as an author of the highest reputation.” Dahl did indeed make incendiary and hateful remarks stemming from Israel’s 1982 invasion of Lebanon which Israel felt justified in undertaking, and which did in truth result in 15,000-20,000 civilian deaths. Upon learning of his stained character by his own words, that even seemed to give Adolph Hitler a pass, I resolved to move on to a theme other than Dahl which had been my first intent, for this week’s missive. It would not be one caricatured by Jay Powell careening downhill in a giant peach that laid waste to his nemeses.