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    Re: If someone in your Family

    That's all I wanted you to say. I am wrong I concede it's official.
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    Re: If someone in your Family

    Thank you again. I apologize for that last comment I was being a jerk. Really I am sorry.
    Last edited by Saboteur; 05-14-09 at 01:19 PM.
    “We must picture hell as a state where everyone is perpetually concerned about his own dignity and advancement, where everyone has a grievance, and where everyone lives with the deadly serious passions of envy, self-importance, and resentment.”
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    Re: If someone in your Family

    Quote Originally Posted by Saboteur View Post
    That's all I wanted you to say. I am wrong I concede it's official.
    Well, I must say that you've earned a great deal of respect from me for this post.

    Apparently I wasn't getting my point across before, and if not, I apologize. This was what I've been trying to say the whole time.

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    Re: If someone in your Family

    Quote Originally Posted by Saboteur View Post
    Thank you again. I apologize for that last comment I was being a jerk. Really I am sorry.
    No problem. It was a heated debate, and both of us toed the line at times without ever officially crossing it. I apologize as well.

    Like I said in the last post, you have truly earned my respect.

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    Re: If someone in your Family

    Quote Originally Posted by Tucker Case View Post
    Well, I must say that you've earned a great deal of respect from me for this post.
    It is an honor to have your respect. Perhaps we'll fight again but I'll never forget this.

    Apparently I wasn't getting my point across before, and if not, I apologize. This was what I've been trying to say the whole time.
    Ah, how's that go? Denial is a river in egypt?

    I'm trying to say it takes two to tango.

    Hey what happened to your other post?
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    Re: If someone in your Family

    Quote Originally Posted by Saboteur View Post
    It is an honor to have your respect. Perhaps we'll fight again but I'll never forget this.
    Perhaps, or perhaps in the future we'll be fighting on the same side. You never know in this world how things go.



    Ah, how's that go? Denial is a river in egypt?

    I'm trying to say it takes two to tango.
    True. Which is why I apologized for the apparent lack of clarity to my posts. Sometimes the idea I have in my head doesn't translate perfectly into what I write down.

    Sometimes it's not even close.

    I don't deny that my inability to put forth my thoughts effectively must have been at the very least a contributor, if not the primary cause, of our debate.


    Hey what happened to your other post?
    I deleted it since I wrote it before I saw your response to my last one. It seemed inappropriate in light of the new situation and stuck out like a sore thumb.

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    shocked2 Re: If someone in your Family

    Quote Originally Posted by Saboteur View Post
    If you can't commit to it I don't think you'll get much out of it. How about this question;

    If torture is such an effective way to get information would you just spill the beans before even getting touched or would you tough it out even though you know you'll eventually break?
    how do you know you'll eventually break? some people are stronger than they think.

    but if i knew i would eventually break, id still go through the torture, because it would be wrong going down without a fight. if the ship will sink then i shall go too.
    curiousity may have killed the cat but satisfaction brought me back

    and im 16, please dont bag on me if i dont think all the way through

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    Re: If someone in your Family

    Quote Originally Posted by Inferno View Post
    I don't know the reasons why this would have happened.
    I don't know the motivation behind this act.

    What would there be not to forgive? Just because you forgive someone does not mean you do not pursue justice or seek help for that person. It would be wrong not to forgive. It would be wrong to sweep it under the carpet and pretend that it had not happened.
    i agree here, after thinking about it for a while. its a complicated matter... and while murder and torture just arent humanly, in all reality it depends on the circumstance...

    if you expect to be forgiven for your mistakes, you must learn to forgive others.
    curiousity may have killed the cat but satisfaction brought me back

    and im 16, please dont bag on me if i dont think all the way through

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