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Right thing to do? posted 01 December 2006 in Philosophy DiscussionRight thing to do? by TheDarkness, Peralogue

there are too many undertermined variables.

1. Amount of money in you pocket (which would determine relative cost to your condition)
2. Experience of the Youth in question (you might have been able to cement your position in his life (memory) as the person who bought him the first cig he ever smoked, which, depending on what you believe could possibly strengthen your chacnes of existing after passing on in the memory of others.)
3. The weather (you might sympathize more if it were raining or cold, especially if the youth in question had no shelter in sight.)

All in all, im sure you made the right decision. Good luck next time! view post


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