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From: ddcass (
Subject:         Re: Good Points
Date: September 14, 2014 at 2:20 pm PST

In Reply to: Good Points posted by MM on September 14, 2014 at 11:51 am:

Good points as well. I think it's human nature to defend and praise the "victim" while hating and blaming the "villan" But I don't think things are so simple and by doing so you don't learn anything from the victims mistakes which may be the most important thing to get out of a situation like this. We need to learn from others mistakes especially when it is Life or Death we are dealing with, Ignoring this can be dangerous.

I think people might get a little lost in these emotions and that prevents them from taking a step back to look from a wider point of view. There is no real good or evil, right or wrong. Most people doing "evil" most likely think they are doing good, it's all subject to anothers perception.

If Mcdonnalds claims to have a "Healthy" chicken wrap and they don't have a warning on the menu telling the customer the potential hazards of eating gmo, addeed hormones in the chicken, preservatives, pesticides ect..on and on...... Is the customer "The Victim" who believes it is healthy and does NO research to verify it is healthy? Is MCdonnalds the Villan for not disclosing the potential long term health disasters that could take place by eating their food?

They are both to blame. We don't live in a black and white world. But we CAN learn from both sides of the story and especially what the "Victim" can do to avoid pitfalls in the first place.

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