In our complex, fast-paced world, we often seek refuge in the certainty of rules and policies. They are the concrete directions that guide our actions, promising a sense of order and predictability. However, sometimes this adherence to policy is taken to extremes, in what seems to be the death of common sense. At first glance, this statement may appear overly harsh, even anarchic. However, it prompts one to consider the balance between rigid policy adherence and the exercise of individual judgement.