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Yeah, TheTelesmic - 17/01/2003 06:55:37 PM

Nicely said. But what I am, was, and will be trying to get at, is that people can realize when they are being territorial; we are not all relegated to roles in a responsive play, when one is rational, and one is territorial. So too, Minister Fakelove is not the necessary role of the territorial, or, more to the point, I am looking at discussion and arguments where both characters are territorial, and attempting to see what happens when they are made aware of their own biases. So too, I am curious of what people think of their territorial influences, and why they accept theirs, while disparaging others.

i guess the hard thing to understand is that if a person believes that people of Islamic ethnicity have perverted moral standards while Baptists are a good example of acceptable lifestyle, they don't see this as a bias. It is truth. Which is what makes us so defensive i'd reckon. i guess i'm with you when i wonder what people are thinking when they become aware that they are being defensive of something that is either an outright superstition, at best a dubious opinion, or even just a flexible issue. i suppose i know from pre- and early adolescence how easy it is to let prescribed programs run your reality.

Bah, guess that's how it goes.

Indeed, thanks for the reply, and regards,

You bet.

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