Do you think it's best to avoid a situation when you don't have the whole picture?
It's always best to avoid a situation when you don't know what is really going on. Never get involved in something that's none of your concern.. The outcome can sometimes be dangerous.
Thank you for comment Jasper... you are so right, I think it's best to avoid it all together.
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