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Alan: Did she do everything she could to keep herself safe,

Miriam: Is there any other hazard where we require this standard of behavior from people?

That's exactly my point. We don't put that standard on anyone, not on her and not on ourselves. You can choose to put that standard on yourself, but that is your choice. In this case, she chose not to, and she paid the price. If she's not willing to put that standard on herself, why should we put on ourselves?

by Alan on Dec 1, 2012 6:41 pm • linkreport

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