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Re: Seattle Polygraph Experiences for Border Patrol
Reply #30 - Jul 6th, 2017 at 4:06pm
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Ex Member wrote on Jul 6th, 2017 at 3:25am:
I just think that one should not publicly disparage a family member.
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He has even tried to assassinate my integrity-all because I didn't do what he wanted me too.

According to Barbara Wissler, her half-brother publicly attacked her first. (Of course we only have the one sentence in a longer post, but she did say it, so that's what I am responding to.)

  
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Re: Seattle Polygraph Experiences for Border Patrol
Reply #31 - Jul 7th, 2017 at 3:45am
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Yeah, I see what you mean after I reread the post. It just kind of got my goat when she did that. But, true I do not know the whole story. I regret taking our conversation down that silly path. If the truth be known, Aunty is the poster I most respect on this forum.
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Re: Seattle Polygraph Experiences for Border Patrol
Reply #32 - Jul 7th, 2017 at 7:42pm
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Ex Member wrote on Jul 7th, 2017 at 3:45am:
Aunty is the poster I most respect on this forum

You make Aunty blush and giggle and drop her pencil.

Ex Member wrote on Jul 7th, 2017 at 3:45am:
I regret taking our conversation down that silly path

Well, I took it as more of an offhand remark than a moral position statement, and tried to respond in the same tone.

Divided loyalty is a serious subject, though. Unless a person hides in a cave, his loyalty naturally gets stretched over his multiple associations and group memberships. And it can be very difficult to know what to do when your best friends are fighting each other, or when a family member is seriously antisocial, or when your country is visiting war on the wrong people for the wrong reasons.

So Aunty also regrets the silly conversation, because to anyone who is currently entangled in such a loyalty dilemma, it probably wasn't very funny.
  
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