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When morality is subjective and there's no absolute, where is the boundary line and how do you decide on what's wrong or right?

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1 hour ago, midniterider said:


May have fallen off the edge 


Hopefully she stuck the landing on the turtle and didn't get trampled by one of the elephants.

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