virus: MS Flip Software Price

Reed Konsler (
Sat, 11 Oct 1997 16:54:52 -0400 (EDT)

>Date: Fri, 10 Oct 1997 09:25:00 -0600
>From: David McFadzean <>
>At 06:27 PM 10/9/97 -0700, Richard Brodie wrote:
>>On Tuesday, October 7, 1997 11:54 AM, David McFadzean
>>[] wrote:
>>> Logic *can*
>>> be applied to human relationships. Why shouldn't you cheat on your spouse?
>>> Because IF you do AND she find out THEN she will be hurt AND lose her
>>> trust in you. Maybe you just don't recognize logic when you see it.
>>Do you think your wife would be happy if you told her that was the reason
>>you didn't cheat on her?
>That I can't stand the thought of hurting her or losing her trust? Yes, I
>think that would make her happy. Should I have a better reason?

What, exactly, do you mean by "can't stand"? How much money would someone
have to pay you to cheat on your wife? Is it rational that that number be
calculation? How happy would she be if you said: "honey, I couldn't stand to
do this to you...unless someone offered me a million dollars."? I suspect that
love for one's spouse is almost always in the "faith" region of your T-grid (as
well it should be). One does not love another rationally or only so much as
evidence supports, right? "I love you more than your brother because, since
you have the same color of hair and eyes as me, I am more confident that you
are my genetic offspring." Ok, that's perhaps a little too extreme...but what
counts as "evidence" to support love?


Reed Konsler