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Old 04-16-2009, 08:43 PM
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Originally Posted by Bluesbabe View Post
There ARE a lot of selfish people, yes.
Yes. As in all of us (ie as the term "selfish" is meant here). And it's not inherently good or bad.

And you could pick apart any scenario imaginable and find selfishness in the equation somehow.
Little "picking apart" is required, actually. It's not the treasure hunt you seem to imply.

Oh well. It seems this is largely a "you get it or you don't" kinda thing. No offense to those who don't btw - in fact I suspect many agree more than they might realize, just getting a bit tangled in semantics.
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