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Unfortunately, I don’t think it works that way. The missing piece is that the other person has to want help. You can’t force them to believe anything is wrong — wrong enough to warrant some major changes in their life. 1) Change is scary and 2) Admitting you have huge innate flaws is scary. People like to think they have a handle on themselves until they really, really don’t. And even then sometimes, they will fight you, kicking and screaming, and still not realize they are in trouble. They’re so used to being on a boat with a hole in the bottom, retaining water, that they don’t even believe in boats without that.
It was reported on this thread that there are over 1 million and possibly 100 million followers of this thread
originally posted by: dashen
Gosh I wonder if someone can rub a couple of brain cells together and get them to spark hard enough to realize that a Federal prosecutor and his staff of 470 is not limited to the state that he is based out of.
caution third grade reading comprehension required for this one
originally posted by: BringMeThanos
a reply to: 40CalTone
Isn't an insane jump in the number itself evidence of a change in procedure?
Not saying that its the exact reason, it could be many things. But it could certainly be argued so. There is as much evidence to support this as there is to say its a huge increase because they are taking down the "deep state".
Sometimes its not about helping others.
Its about debating and questioning the topic, something that certain Q supporters get very defensive about. It's almost as if its forbidden to question the narrative in this thread, like discussing the real world will take away from the role play.
Trying to silence peoples opinion because you don't agree with it is surely wrong, no?
a reply to: 40CalTone
I'm not explaining what "evidence of" means again. I even said it wasn't substantial and is just a theory from Dasks own words. But I can't keep explaining what evidence means to you without going in circles.
ABC suspended Ross last December for a month without pay for a botched report on ousted White House national security adviser Flynn that reported President Trump directed Flynn to make contact with Russian officials. The mistake even sent stocks tumbling, and ABC issued an apology saying: “We deeply regret and apologize for the serious error.”