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PostPosted: Sat Nov 15, 2003 9:58 am    Post subject: Fair Reply with quote

Fair: Pronunciation Key

White.

Explanation:
"Fair" means "white".
"Fair" does not mean just. It does not mean justice. It does not mean correct or correctness. It is always incorrect to use the word "fair", the word "just", the word "justice", or the word "correct", as if they all mean the same.

To do so may lead many people to belive that "fair" means "justice", and that "fair", "justice", and "white", mean the same thing.

Thus, some people may be lead to belive that "white" people are "fair" people, and that "fair" people are people who practice justice.

It is best, therefore, to use the word "fair" to mean "white" - and only to mean the word "white". The word "fair" should never be used to mean justice or correctness.

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 17, 2003 4:16 am    Post subject: Re: Fair Reply with quote

Virtual_GOD wrote:
Fair: Pronunciation Key

White.

Explanation:
"Fair" means "white".
"Fair" does not mean just. It does not mean justice. It does not mean correct or correctness. It is always incorrect to use the word "fair", the word "just", the word "justice", or the word "correct", as if they all mean the same.

To do so may lead many people to belive that "fair" means "justice", and that "fair", "justice", and "white", mean the same thing.

Thus, some people may be lead to belive that "white" people are "fair" people, and that "fair" people are people who practice justice.

It is best, therefore, to use the word "fair" to mean "white" - and only to mean the word "white". The word "fair" should never be used to mean justice or correctness.

UICCSC


Thank you for the laser, Virtual_God. Now I can proceed to deciphering the following phrase: "All's fair in love and war."

Since, "Fair" = "White"

"All's fair in love and war" =
"All's white in love and war."

That is very interesting.
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