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Who's The Best Lover? (The Ferry Boat Story)    

By Peter V
3734 Views | 12 Comments | 12/17/2010 7:58:44 PM
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#2019-06-11 17:41:03 by kalzorch @kalzorch


@JohnAbbot Thanks for your appreciation.  I find this story to be an excellent litmus test, separating the sheep from the goats as it were.  Morality is at the root of our most important decisions, and thus central to the issue of finding a compatible mate.  Recognizing that my sense of morality is rather out of step with the general public, it is important for me to be able to explain my position.  Nearly anything can be justified with mere logic; correct decisions often require input from the heart, rendering rational explanations difficult.  Even our legal system incorporates grace (forgiveness) as an important aspect of justice, acknowledging the importance of intent and reformation.

#2019-06-12 11:47:34 by JohnAbbot @JohnAbbot

@kalzorch - Wow again. Not 8 years before responding like your last comment, but still an impressive delay in responding to my last comment many months ago. No one can ever accuse you of having a short attentions span.

I am aching to hear your explanation of why the great gaps in time between your comments and the ones you are responding to. I will assume that explanation will be forth coming, but perhaps not in what remains of my lifetime. lol

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