Absolutely. That dangerous, half-way point, when a man is intelligent enough to question spirituality/God, question blind tradition, question the absoluteness of ethnicity; but not intelligent enough to acknowledge that despite the fragility of those things, his own sanity is bound by evolution to revering them. When he 'liberates' himself into a fluid state of infinite choice he must live on the defensive. He has nothing to promote, exerts no pressure. In turn, every celebrity, politician, consumer product, obsessive romance might ensare him by filling the empty void that is his identity. Every gold-digger or sports sedan runs the risk of becoming his inner caveman's lame substitute for a pantheon and tribe. I'm one of those default coffee people too. I deliberately avoid excessive choice. I'm sure there's some connection between consumer behaviors and our apparently increased political immunities.