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And there’s another way we’re not quite on the same team. I’m on Team Left-Libertarian , which luckily is so confusing and contradictory that I can define it however I want. And today it means that while I’m not opposed to all regulation in principle, I at least get really scared when somebody pushes for regulation today and promises to check whether it will have bad consequences tomorrow. I think that’s how we got in this mess where the generics industry is so regulated that EpiPens cost hundreds of dollars, and even if Vox and I are on the same object-level team of Make Epi-Pens Cost Less, I worry we are not on the same meta-level team of Learn From The Fact That Epi-Pens Cost So Much And Worry That The Same Kind Of Thinking That Caused The Epi-Pen Problem Will Probably Cause Other Problems Too.