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Tuesday, May 19, 2020


Gamblers do not become better mannered and do not improve their strength of character from their gambling. Criminals usually have poor manners and are usually weak willed. Most end up in jail, sooner of later.

Well mannered criminals with strong wills, whose crimes are not prosecuted, can go very far in life; Trump was elected President, despite his character flaws and many, many crimes, none prosecuted to sentencing -- he pleaded no contest and paid fines sometimes.

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