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On 06/01/01 08:41, Chris Taylor said this-
>> And I think that people who conduct their lives ethically and morally
>> deserve some reparation, don't you?
>You mean they should see someone killed by the bus that would've killed
>them if they stepped into that road at that time?
Don't know how you could come to that conclusion.
What I meant was, people who _do_ obey moral and ethical precepts are
often at a disadvantage in the power structure.
And those who don't are rewarded.
Time, don't you think, for some reparation? That is, time, don't you
think, that people _don't_ get away with it?
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