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I think you have nailed Gabriel . . . well done good answer!
Spoken like a true robot.
Good answer sword.
I am in agreement with you conradofontanilla, the truth can hurt or go against the grain more often than not.
Truth stands alone, it is not owned by any man. A man may distort it, twist it or cover it up but it remains like a beacon of light in the cold abyss.
I challenge you to make a single statement that does not resolve to an opinion.
Yes, because people believe truth is something set in stone, by their savior, ideology, imagination, and opinion; what is true is not static.
No, monkey brains, truth is found within our self along with our instincts, sort of like conscience within our conscious minds (yes, I meant that to be plural)...
Coming from the mentality of a six year old, your last sentence surely reveals your true nature an immature stance on the world , bravo!
I agree, d., aggravating smug morons is big fun. Especially when a few start to doubt themselves and the ones who stick to their guns get mad at them. Then you just feed the fire.
This is so true because a lot of people may ask for the truth but really don't want to hear it unless it goes along with what they want to hear, too often I have been the bad guy because someone asked the truth from me.
I totally agree. My niece, for example, likes to think positive all the time and if you bring up the truth that happens to not be positive, she labels it as "just being negative" and won't listen. Some people have a hard time facing reality.
Exactly. I for one never ask others if I am too fat, is my butt too big or am I attractive. If you want to hear a lie, those are the questions to ask.
I agree with you matama ellie, I am not the person that someone should come to for truth unless they are more than willing to hear it.
Actually it doesn't depend what the subject matter is, it depends on whether or not you have any class . . . and how mature you have become.
So you would prefer if someone else took the blame for your criminal behavior, hmmm!
My grandmother told me I was so ugly as a baby it her her eyes to look at me.
Oh, well... Beauty may not be your forte, but at least you have the option to limit your stupidity, right?
Clint you could make it a pay per view event and use a rusty dull spoon so that it will take hours to accomplish, I for one would pay to see it.
I prefer "Eastwood" and for what you have described, I'd recommend a dull machete - with or without the rust...