Originally Posted by Law&Order
I know you're not condoning stealing. But for the sake of debating looking at having property stolen from you as if beaten in a wrestling match is a tough stretch for me to make. Maybe a WWF Wrestling match where the referee was distracted and you were knocked out with a chair style loss. Not a collegiate style match where two men meet and compete on under agreed upon terms. But yes under all but one moral system can a man's actions be debated as moral and immoral. And that is a world in which we live in. We live in world of blended ideas and views of what morality is and what is to be tolerated, etc. Where a man's need is used to try and give reason to his actions. And where a man's actions can be used against him as exceeding his needs.
I am talking about real wrestling, I wouldn't do that fake ballerina shit. Lolol.
It's not like I wouldn't be aware of the fact that there are people out there that steal shit. That I should take precautions to prevent them from stealing my shit. Etc. There was a shortcoming on my end of things, just as in me losing a match. The analogy certainly applies here.
You were the one saying it would be immoral for me to admit to those shortcoming on my end. I simply disagreed, and presented a counter-argument.
Though, not really sure you're talking about the same shit RNB and I were talking about, to be honest...