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Posted by Robert Garfinkle on September 16, 2001 18:55:04 UTC

I fully support this statement of yours.

Can I add?

I think that word accident is used as an excuse, or simply misused.


Two cars smash into each other. Why?
People were not paying attention to:

1. conditions.
2. themselves.
3. Others actions.

They got into a car wreck, not an accident.

Or is the word accident used to describe a condition when people did something that they honestly didn't mean to do to another person or some other object.

Generic use.

Another example.

A big rock, hurdling through space, hit's Earth, wipes out the dinosours. I do not believe that it was an accident. But I also believe that it was not on purpose. I could be that it just happened. Is that fair. Though there always is a reason for events, always. Logical or not.

On the other hand I do not discount the fact that another force, GOD or not, could or couldn't of played a role in the event. I wasn't there.

Fair enough.



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