Father's Day pg. 22

30th Jun 2019, 4:39 PM in Chapter 7: Father's Day
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Father's Day pg. 22

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Mark n 30th Jun 2019, 6:42 PM edit delete reply
She is realy growing isnt she?
Haegan2005 30th Jun 2019, 7:13 PM edit delete reply
Haegan2005
She is growing. But is it in a good way? I think what we are seeing here is frustration finally boiling over.
...(RockB) 30th Jun 2019, 11:06 PM edit delete reply
...(RockB)
I don't understand these conversation, or conversations. Is Corelle talking with each of them alone?

"Are you a good person?" What does this even mean? Good for yourself? Good in the eyes of others? Even that changes with the times.
Mark N 1st Jul 2019, 3:20 AM edit delete reply
If I am reading this correctly these are parallel conversations, Corelle & Rex and Quentin & Victor.It is just that Corelle has started to understand how the world works through her exposure to Quentin to the point that they asked the last question simultaneously.
Mark N 1st Jul 2019, 3:23 AM edit delete reply
Oops, I was wrong about the last question.
Vjones 1st Jul 2019, 5:29 AM edit delete reply
You are reading it correctly.
Vjones 1st Jul 2019, 5:28 AM edit delete reply
You are THE ONLY person having this problem. No one else had any issue seeing that we established, clearly, that these are completely separate conversations on separate places that happen to interlace.
Pat N 1st Jul 2019, 1:46 PM edit delete reply
Reading back several pages can straighten out who is talking to who. It is neat they are discussing points leading to the same question.
David Merkel 6th Jul 2019, 5:52 AM edit delete reply
Ethics are either absolute, or we descend into a morass of relativism, where everyone does what they like, and the most powerful wins. This is not leading in a good direction.
Samus84 7th Jul 2019, 9:07 PM edit delete reply
News flash: ethics are not absolute and the vast majority of humanity understands this, yet here we are, still piddling about and not bursting into flames.

Only people who legitimately NEED to be told black and white ethics think that everyone else does too.
Arbithian 6th Jul 2019, 5:21 PM edit delete reply
As i keep telling my students and my circle of friends; "Normal is a myth". We're all running around telling each other that this person, or that person is normal. We fight like we're all possessed to try to be normal, and quite frankly, no one is. There's average. And there are trends. But as each and everyone of us is different and unique, in everything from infinitesimal to drastic ways. So at the end of the day, no one is "normal," nothing is "normal," "Normal is a myth."