LET'S ALL REMEMBER THE ONLY PERFECT PERSON DIED ON A CROSS THOUSANDS OF YEARS AGO.
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Here is a question for you is it reasonable or unreasonable to undo something you did for the sole reason of getting a favorable result, but instead the result was more unfavorable? If one enters into and agreement where by both parties are supposed to give a little to make a compromise all can live with, and one party keeps up their end of the deal, but the other does not, is it reasonable or unreasonable for the party that gave to take back what they put forth? Or should they just leave it as it is and walk away from the whole idea with the knowledge of dta? The only thing I am certain of is a compromise may only be achieved if both parties are willing to give a little so no one walks away with everything. Having given 3 things and gotten nothing in return I think perhaps I should cut my losses and write it off as a bad deal. I do not think it would be good business to add a new paint job, and carpeting to a building that is detain to fall down because of a crumbling foundation.
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