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    #11

    Re: Unable to hide his disappointment

    Dear emsr2d2: Once again, thanks for your help and time.

    You are right, about Not believing a story about a ghost doesn't show that Chuck isn't wise. It just shows that he is sceptical.

    Since that specific sentences are written from Tim's point of view, he considered that the wisdom he attributed to Chuck (something that is objectively true) was wrong because he did not believe or give the importance that Tim had expected to the visit of the "ghost".

    Thanks.
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