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3rd Oct '13 6:01:23 PM poi99
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::More seriously, people use this to comfort themselves after losing someone, saying "it was their time." Unless they really believe that when everyone dies is determined beforehand, they don't really mean it (especially as that would be very depressing).

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::More seriously, people use this to comfort themselves after losing someone, saying "it was their time." Unless they really believe that when everyone dies each person's time of death is determined beforehand, they don't really mean it (especially as that would be very depressing).
19th Dec '12 4:48:23 AM Fireblood
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::More seriously, people use this to comfort themselves after losing someone, saying it was their "time to death." Unless they really believe everyone's time of death is set beforehand, they don't actually mean it (and that would be very depressing).

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::More seriously, people use this to comfort themselves after losing someone, saying it "it was their "time to death.time." Unless they really believe everyone's time of death that when everyone dies is set determined beforehand, they don't actually really mean it (and (especially as that would be very depressing).
19th Dec '12 4:47:37 AM Fireblood
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::Bob gives no real reason as to why this was the only possible result, or even why it was the most likely; it differs from FalseCause in that he ''did'' break his knee as a result of going out for a walk. He might follow on by cautioning Alice to avoid going outside, lest she suffer the same fate. Often happens during arguments over AlternateHistory, as someone attempts to argue for the historical result being inevitable.

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::Bob gives no real reason as to why this was the only possible result, or even why it was the most likely; it differs from FalseCause in that he ''did'' break his knee as a result of going out for a walk. He might follow on by cautioning Alice to avoid going outside, lest she suffer the same fate. Often happens during arguments over AlternateHistory, as someone attempts to argue for the historical result being inevitable.inevitable.

::More seriously, people use this to comfort themselves after losing someone, saying it was their "time to death." Unless they really believe everyone's time of death is set beforehand, they don't actually mean it (and that would be very depressing).
14th Sep '12 8:56:52 PM HersheleOstropoler
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::Bob gives no real reason as to why this was the only possible result, or even why it was the most likely; it differs from False Cause in that he ''did'' break his knee as a result of going out for a walk. He might follow on by cautioning Alice to avoid going outside, lest she suffer the same fate. Often happens during arguments over AlternateHistory, as someone attempts to argue for the historical result being inevitable.

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::Bob gives no real reason as to why this was the only possible result, or even why it was the most likely; it differs from False Cause FalseCause in that he ''did'' break his knee as a result of going out for a walk. He might follow on by cautioning Alice to avoid going outside, lest she suffer the same fate. Often happens during arguments over AlternateHistory, as someone attempts to argue for the historical result being inevitable.
16th May '12 1:26:59 PM Statalyzer
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::Bob gives no real reason as to why this was the only possible result, or even why it was the most likely; it differs from False Cause in that he ''did'' break his knee as a result of going out for a walk. He might follow on by cautioning Alice to avoid going outside, lest she suffer the same fate. Often happens during arguments over AlternateHistory.

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::Bob gives no real reason as to why this was the only possible result, or even why it was the most likely; it differs from False Cause in that he ''did'' break his knee as a result of going out for a walk. He might follow on by cautioning Alice to avoid going outside, lest she suffer the same fate. Often happens during arguments over AlternateHistory.AlternateHistory, as someone attempts to argue for the historical result being inevitable.
16th May '12 1:26:36 PM Statalyzer
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::Bob gives no real reason as to why this was the only possible result, or even why it was the most likely; it differs from False Cause in that he ''did'' break his knee as a result of going out for a walk. He might follow on by cautioning Alice to avoid going outside, lest she suffer the same fate.

to:

::Bob gives no real reason as to why this was the only possible result, or even why it was the most likely; it differs from False Cause in that he ''did'' break his knee as a result of going out for a walk. He might follow on by cautioning Alice to avoid going outside, lest she suffer the same fate. Often happens during arguments over AlternateHistory.
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