Thread: Avoidance cues
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Old January 22, 2019, 01:38 PM   #7
Lohman446
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How do you illustrate the issue without putting yourself in jeopardy or creating a circular argument?

I knew something was wrong
I avoided the situation
Nothing happened

I must have been right that something was wrong. Not really. There is no proof of that. The author of the cited work wants to portray himself as an expert because he knew something was wrong, DREW a knife on multiple adversaries, and then had his companion redirect him into a public venue to avoid the confrontation he was prepared to rapidly escalate.

Sorry but when your own version of the events paints you as being that ready to escalate a situation I'm not accepting your expertise on avoidance.

"Behind every cloak I imagined a sword" is only a way to live life if one believes they can deal with the danger presented.
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