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Posted by Mario Dovalina on February 27, 2001 03:50:58 UTC

Therefore the only way for an intelligent person to function is to be pragmatic: Accept both sides as valid but pick whichever works better/makes more sense. I usually don't know what ought to be done (unless we're talking about the Clintons), and I have no rock-solid opinions. I accept religion but disagree (entirely) with it, for instance. I don't believe that people who think don't have opinions, they can just choose one side over the other OBJECTIVELY. It's not that people won't listen to someone who isn't sure, so much as it is people won't listen to someone who listens to someone else.

Ah reckon.

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