PavlovianModel146 wrote:....and a good quote.
iambiguous wrote:No, I don't think so. This is the sort of observation that is really a value judgment. What it is suggesting [at least to me] is that you ought to feel ashamed of telling the story.
That's ridiculous. It always depends on the story, why you told it and how others react to it. There may be something to be ashamed of. There may not be. Or some will feel ashamed while others feel anything but.
It's always about a particular dasein situated out in the world.
trevor wrote:I did then I re-read it. Hence the "re-" part.
BlurredSavant wrote:It does make a difference. Had you gotten it through your head that it was a quote you were reading, your comments wouldn't have even occured to you. That's my point.
Despite how ridiculous this argument is I have to say that these little battles between you and I around the boards are more fun than they are with most people.
Humpty wrote:perhaps he would have preferred to see a picture of a man whose face was showing signs of shame.
http://www.google.com/search?q=shame+fa ... 40&bih=707
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