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Spirituality

Spirituality

  1. 20 Oct '13 09:06
    Originally posted by FreakyKBH
    We're not discussing moral behavior when it comes to a refereed game: we're discussing strategies used to win the game.
    No, I was discussing the morality. See the title of the thread.
    Why do you throw morals out the window when a ref shows up? You fully admit to having morals when there is no ref and described your behaviour in moral terms and said nothing about strategies to win the game, yet when there is a ref you forget about morals and go all out to win at all cost.
    I find this puzzling.
  2. 20 Oct '13 15:15
    Originally posted by twhitehead
    No, I was discussing the morality. See the title of the thread.
    Why do you throw morals out the window when a ref shows up? You fully admit to having morals when there is no ref and described your behaviour in moral terms and said nothing about strategies to win the game, yet when there is a ref you forget about morals and go all out to win at all cost.
    I find this puzzling.
    I understand the thread's intent, thus my insertion of an example where morals and the law are surpassed by a superior code of conduct... integrity.
  3. Standard member apathist
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    24 Oct '13 01:18
    Originally posted by Great King Rat
    No, I don't know that. Please, explain.

    Why do you not go into the house?
    Locks keep out only the honest. It's an old proverb, and seems self-explanatory to me.

    I wouldn't enter the house, because I wasn't invited.