I'll miss you Paul.
I liked his report on how if there were less modern conveniences, that the incidence of crimes would decrease. IE paved roads disappearing.
While it would be interesting to explore this more thoroughly, I'd suffice it to say that the overall impression I get is that the days of the old west had a lot less petty crime of opportunity, and less gray areas w.r.t. crime. The predatory criminal mindset, after all, isn't really looking ot fight, it's looking to dominate with the least resistance possible.
He had an interesting perspective that really tinted the mainstream. Unique. Now it is forever gone. Except within our memories.
That's right, Bixby Snyder folks.