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PostPosted: Wed Mar 07, 2007 8:09 am    Post subject: Re: Reply with quote

TheOnlyHunter wrote:
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If someone will die for me that does not make them my friend...but it may make me their friend. There is no balance in the equation.

What is the practical value of me being someone else's friend but they are not mine? Isn't justice balance between people?


It is. And you're right,there is no practical value.

What balance would a person like you need for you to die for them and how could that be defined if "friend" doesn't do it?

I'm not going to die for them, which is why, based on my definition for what a friend is, I don't have any friends. My definition of a friend is a person who will die for me and I will die for them. If someone will die for me they will just die for me. Having a friend that is dead has no practical value.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 23, 2007 7:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Quote:
TheOnlyHunter wrote:
Quote:
TheOnlyHunter wrote:
EDWARD WILLIAMS WROTE: Quote:
If someone will die for me that does not make them my friend...but it may make me their friend. There is no balance in the equation.

What is the practical value of me being someone else's friend but they are not mine? Isn't justice balance between people?


It is. And you're right,there is no practical value.

What balance would a person like you need for you to die for them and how could that be defined if "friend" doesn't do it?

I'm not going to die for them, which is why, based on my definition for what a friend is, I don't have any friends. My definition of a friend is a person who will die for me and I will die for them. If someone will die for me they will just die for me. Having a friend that is dead has no practical value.



It is closed by your definition. There should be leeway for a concept to evolve.

I didn't ask you a question so your post will be deleted. This is not a discussion board where people post statements made to statements. Your post and this post will be deleted. If you have a question ask it and ask it in the proper forum. If you have an answer to a question that has been asked to you, then answer the question that has been asked to you. Otherwise expect random statements to be deleted.

Please read the FAQ.
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Yes sir, I am asking you a question.I apologize for my slowness.

If a person who is dead has no value. And the only way to know if someone gives you value or not is based on death, for the word friend,how can a concept of a word such as friend have any meaning at all?Two people who think they are freinds have to be dead to find out?
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 23, 2007 10:05 pm    Post subject: Re: Reply with quote

TheOnlyHunter wrote:
Quote:
TheOnlyHunter wrote:
Quote:
TheOnlyHunter wrote:
EDWARD WILLIAMS WROTE: Quote:
If someone will die for me that does not make them my friend...but it may make me their friend. There is no balance in the equation.

What is the practical value of me being someone else's friend but they are not mine? Isn't justice balance between people?


It is. And you're right,there is no practical value.

What balance would a person like you need for you to die for them and how could that be defined if "friend" doesn't do it?

I'm not going to die for them, which is why, based on my definition for what a friend is, I don't have any friends. My definition of a friend is a person who will die for me and I will die for them. If someone will die for me they will just die for me. Having a friend that is dead has no practical value.



It is closed by your definition. There should be leeway for a concept to evolve.

I didn't ask you a question so your post will be deleted. This is not a discussion board where people post statements made to statements. Your post and this post will be deleted. If you have a question ask it and ask it in the proper forum. If you have an answer to a question that has been asked to you, then answer the question that has been asked to you. Otherwise expect random statements to be deleted.

Please read the FAQ.
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Yes sir, I am asking you a question.I apologize for my slowness.

If a person who is dead has no value. And the only way to know if someone gives you value or not is based on death, for the word friend,how can a concept of a word such as friend have any meaning at all?

Based on the definition I use, the word friend means I don't have any. And the definition also keeps me from looking for any. That is the meaning.

TheOnlyHunter wrote:
Two people who think they are freinds have to be dead to find out?

This is not a question. It has what is called a "question mark" at the end of the sentence but it is not logically a request for information as stated.
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 24, 2007 1:34 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Quote:
TheOnlyHunter wrote:
Quote:
TheOnlyHunter wrote:
Quote:
TheOnlyHunter wrote:
EDWARD WILLIAMS WROTE: Quote:
If someone will die for me that does not make them my friend...but it may make me their friend. There is no balance in the equation.

What is the practical value of me being someone else's friend but they are not mine? Isn't justice balance between people?


It is. And you're right,there is no practical value.

What balance would a person like you need for you to die for them and how could that be defined if "friend" doesn't do it?

I'm not going to die for them, which is why, based on my definition for what a friend is, I don't have any friends. My definition of a friend is a person who will die for me and I will die for them. If someone will die for me they will just die for me. Having a friend that is dead has no practical value.



It is closed by your definition. There should be leeway for a concept to evolve.

I didn't ask you a question so your post will be deleted. This is not a discussion board where people post statements made to statements. Your post and this post will be deleted. If you have a question ask it and ask it in the proper forum. If you have an answer to a question that has been asked to you, then answer the question that has been asked to you. Otherwise expect random statements to be deleted.

Please read the FAQ.
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Yes sir, I am asking you a question.I apologize for my slowness.

If a person who is dead has no value. And the only way to know if someone gives you value or not is based on death, for the word friend,how can a concept of a word such as friend have any meaning at all?

Based on the definition I use, the word friend means I don't have any. And the definition also keeps me from looking for any. That is the meaning.

TheOnlyHunter wrote:
Two people who think they are freinds have to be dead to find out?

This is not a question. It has what is called a "question mark" at the end of the sentence but it is not logically a request for information as stated.


Thank you.
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 30, 2007 9:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

EDWARD WILLIAMS WROTE:
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Based on the definition I use, the word friend means I don't have any. And the definition also keeps me from looking for any. That is the meaning.



If you don't have any friends and you don't look for any friends. How could the word be exaimed more closely to find out the deeper meaning?The word does exsist. If the meaning is "I don't have any" It means you know what you don't have and what you stop trying to find.

I suspect you're creating a block. I suspect the word should be exaimed more closely. What is the meaning of what you don't have?And what you don't look for?
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PostPosted: Tue May 01, 2007 5:37 pm    Post subject: Re: Reply with quote

TheOnlyHunter wrote:
EDWARD WILLIAMS WROTE:
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Based on the definition I use, the word friend means I don't have any. And the definition also keeps me from looking for any. That is the meaning.



If you don't have any friends and you don't look for any friends. How could the word be exaimed more closely to find out the deeper meaning?

To me, words don't have meanings. People actualize words, not the other way around.

TheOnlyHunter wrote:
The word does exsist. If the meaning is "I don't have any" It means you know what you don't have and what you stop trying to find.

I suspect you're creating a block. I suspect the word should be exaimed more closely.

Write a counter-racism science experiment to study the word more closely in a scientific manner. Otherwise you're just another person just saying something without any objective evidence to support what you're saying.

TheOnlyHunter wrote:
What is the meaning of what you don't have?And what you don't look for?

I don't know.

In a couple of months I will be attempting friendship when I attempt marriage. I will be attempting friendship with my life partner. In a SYSTEM of racism (white supremacy) non-white people can only attempt to do things in a constructive manner.

...but being a white person you should already know that.
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