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    A twist on old expression

    "if two wrongs don't make a right.....do two rights right a wrong?"

    --T. Brough

    Was going to ask a priest or rabbi, or bodhisattva or medicine man this question.

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    Re: A twist on old expression

    I think I made this up...don't think I've heard it before. Not great, but a little twist none the less.

    T. Brough

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    Re: A twist on old expression

    I'm not sure if that is true, but I hope it is! Your version of this saying is appropriate for the main character in "My name is Earl".




    Andrew Lawton
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    Last edited by Barb_D; 28-Dec-2009 at 04:27.

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