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DevastatorJr.
DevastatorJr.
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Re: Shame on the Swiss

I think I find 3 and 6 the most convincing arguments and 7 and "We weren't there" the least. "We weren't there," is a given, but in a conversation like this, which is completely theoretical, we're sort of assuming we "do know" that the incident as it's popularly described did indeed take place. Otherwise we really can't so anything, either way.

Anyway, assuming that he did do it, I find the so-called punishment in number 7 inadequate, especially considering that in spite of all that, he has lived a life of wealth and fame.

On the other hand, if number 3 is true, I'd probably have run too. I'd probably run no matter what if I could, self-preservation is job 1.

Jul 14, 2010, 02:06



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