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Posted 3/18/13

Syndicaidramon wrote:

I have answered this question at least two times already. You're going in circles by asking it again. Go back and read my previous answer.


No you didn't, you just replied to this question with another question and never proceeded to answer it.
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Syndicaidramon wrote:

I have answered this question at least two times already. You're going in circles by asking it again. Go back and read my previous answer.


No you didn't, you just replied to this question with another question and never proceeded to answer it.


Because that answer is the problem. Are they willing to take it? And why should they when the chance for success is so small?
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Posted 3/18/13

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Because that answer is the problem. Are they willing to take it? And why should they when the chance for success is so small?


I have no idea if they are willing to take it.

They should take it if they want to save the husband.
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Syndicaidramon wrote:

Because that answer is the problem. Are they willing to take it? And why should they when the chance for success is so small?


I have no idea if they are willing to take it.

They should take it if they want to save the husband.


But where is the logic in taking such a big risk with such a low possibility of success?
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Posted 3/18/13

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But where is the logic in taking such a big risk with such a low possibility of success?


The logic is in the will to save the husband.
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Syndicaidramon wrote:

But where is the logic in taking such a big risk with such a low possibility of success?


The logic is in the will to save the husband.


No, that is the drive. The desire behind wanting to go through with the operation from an emotional point. Not the logic.
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Posted 3/18/13

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No, that is the drive. The desire behind wanting to go through with the operation from an emotional point. Not the logic.


Why does the choice need to contain logic?
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lordseth23 wrote:


Syndicaidramon wrote:

No, that is the drive. The desire behind wanting to go through with the operation from an emotional point. Not the logic.


Why does the choice need to contain logic?


Because to make a decision without logic is irrational.
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Posted 3/18/13

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Because to make a decision without logic is irrational.


So?
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Syndicaidramon wrote:

Because to make a decision without logic is irrational.


So?


This is a decision that will have serious implications on the future of everyone involved. It is not a desicion that can be taken lightly.
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Posted 3/18/13

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This is a decision that will have serious implications on the future of everyone involved. It is not a desicion that can be taken lightly.


So?
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Syndicaidramon wrote:


lordseth23 wrote:


Syndicaidramon wrote:

Because to make a decision without logic is irrational.


So?


This is a decision that will have serious implications on the future of everyone involved. It is not a desicion that can be taken lightly.




My friend's dad went to jail for beating his mom too many times. Now they separated my friend mom receives a lot of help from the government. They are doing alright.
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lordseth23 wrote:


Syndicaidramon wrote:

This is a decision that will have serious implications on the future of everyone involved. It is not a desicion that can be taken lightly.


So?


Would you make a big decision that could severely affect the outcome of your life for many years to come with no logic in mind what so ever?





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My friend's dad went to jail for beating his mom too many times. Now they separated my friend mom receives a lot of help from the government. They are doing alright.


What does that have to do with anything?
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Posted 3/19/13

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Would you make a big decision that could severely affect the outcome of your life for many years to come with no logic in mind what so ever?



If the logic would make you regret the decision that you make, then yes.
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Posted 3/19/13

lordseth23 wrote:


Syndicaidramon wrote:

Would you make a big decision that could severely affect the outcome of your life for many years to come with no logic in mind what so ever?



If the logic would make you regret the decision that you make, then yes.


And what makes you think you wouldn't regret taking the decision without logic?

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