You only prove my point, moreover. It doesn't matter who picked it
out. What matters is that it came from G*****. That is the way a
decent, civilized person, with morals and values thinks. A person like
you would throw the mug out, not me. It is just as significant to me,
regardless of who picked it out. Ooh, you're such a bad, bad person.
Can you list 1 thing you're done in your life to make the world a better
place? Either directly or indirectly?
On 05/11/2015 10:50 AM, Desiree Capuano wrote:
> HA! - I picked out your precious coffee mug that you use every day.
> Guess it's time to trash it now huh??
> On Sat, May 9, 2015 at 11:08 AM, Patrick > wrote:
> I believe this epitomises the difference between you and I:
> - in December 2013 G***** gave me a coffee mug that he picked up
> at the airport on the way here. I've since used that mug every
> day, every single time I have coffee at home, which is at least
> once a day;
> - on another trip here he picked up 3 postcards, which I framed
> and they are hanging on the wall in the living room, right next to
> my desk;
> - in January 2013, on his way back to Phoenix, he got you a key
> chain, which you hung on the key rack, never used, and promptly
> forgot about; he also got a souvenir for Sage, which Sage lost
> within a few weeks.
> You see? Values. You just don't have them, so how can you
> possibly teach them?
> Perhaps you have a sarcastic response you'd like to share about
> this as well?