Do not trust your chauffeur to turn up.
Do not trust your secretary to do the filing.
Do not trust the restaurant not to poison you.
Do not trust the bodyguard not to stab you.
Do not trust the security guard to not permit trespassers.
Do not trust anyone for trust is decadence.
by Time2Spare 4 years ago
Who do you trust the most in your life? And why?
by flyinghigh22 9 years ago
I'm interested in gathering ideas on various incentive schemes that have been used to attract and entice you into a business or to use a service.I would like to know some of the worst ones and unique themes that you or a friend responded to.
by Credence2 3 months ago
Just after I was finished bashing the Right over the gay cake-bake thing in Colorado, along comes Sarah.As I say, you are in business to serve customers, discrimination based on race, color, creed, religious preference and sexual orientation is not authorized. That even protects those who have...
by Sherry Hewins 2 years ago
On a first date, what one attribute would rule out a second date?What could your date do that would be a sure sign to you that their would be no point in continuing to pursue a relationship with that person?
by Peeples 4 years ago
What has the USA government done to make you trust their decisions?If you are a citizen of the USA, what has your government done to make you trust in their ability to take care of our country?
by Moronke Oluwatoyin 4 years ago
Can anyone please explain this phrase, ''Don't trust yourself.''I say it's right not to trust people, GOD also command that we put not our trust in man. But what I don't understand is not to trust oneself. Is this plausible?
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