When and where I grew up there were certain social rules one did not break, and certain expectations on a man, most important amongst these was loyalty, there were certain bonds that were never broken no matter what, especially when family, close friends and oaths were concerned,it was fully expected that if a family member or friend killed someone you would help them conceal it, if they were on the run you would shelter them and in a fight even if they were in the wrong you would watch their back, that sort of loyalty is disappearing and I wonder if that is good or bad.
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I agree to a point but I think certain bonds are unbreakable.
I'd say not always.
If your child was a serial murderer, would you let him keep killing people because you were loyal to him, or would you turn him in to stop him?
Loyalty's good, but not when it helps folks do evil things
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