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  Posted by: RubricOfRuin on Mar-27-13 9:26 AM (EST)
 

that you have been able to tell your friend as it is and he understood it for what it was - a genuine expression of concern for his well-being.

Not that I ever had a dilemma of similar magnitude - but I have to confess a few times when people wanted an advice on potentially dangeous stuff and ignored my sincere warning I just washed my hands off, gave them the advice "as is" and made certain I was not around when they tried to follow it, using whatever knowlege they had in their heads. Sometimes you just can't/should not reason with people.

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