Granted they were stopped all over the place, not in any sort of lanes of any kind, but they were stopped. Getting beer, driving people to the airport, bringing people back to Kabul, etc.
I took some more pictures of the downtown bazaar, which was jammed pack.
Next, I would like to turn to a consideration of the proper relationship between law and truth, or, more specifically, between law and the truth about marriage as held on the basis of natural law reasoning. First, I need to make a short digression to discuss an historical progression about the necessary grounds or justifications for enacting civil laws.
If the government says that an apple is now the same as an orange, and the law requires everyone to call apples "oranges," the state would have the power to punish anyone who calls an apple an "apple" instead of an "orange," but it would be a totalitarian abuse of raw power and would not change the biological reality of the nature of the fruit in question.
The philosophical project of the Enlightenment sought to sweep away old-fashioned traditions that rested on no more than superstition and historical anachronisms, and establish in their place a legal system resting on a standard that all ethical norms and laws should be justified by empirically valid evidence.