Quote Critiques

  1. I just thought of this philosophy game(wow just adding the word "philosophy" almost makes it sound deep), maybe someone would like to play. I call it quote critiquing, the objective of the game is to explain how the current quote or a quote in the list is true and how it is also false and if you can do that, then you leave another good quote for the next fool, so here goes: :smile:

    "The truth shall set you free"-some famous bastard
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  3. It can help lift the burden of guilt, that is if your not a sociopath and in certain situations it can put you behind bars.

    If God did not exist, it would be necessary to invent him - Voltaire
  4. your game of 'Quote Critiques' requires individuals to devote their thoughts to an other individual's original thoughts, which I believe is not original, and therefore I refuse to play.

    Create your own quote.

  5. Jimmie, So You Refuse To Play This Game Because It Isn't Orginal, Ok, Use Your Own Quotes If You Like Thereby It Has Even More Orginality I Agree. This Is False Because By This Reasoning You Aren't Going To Play Games Unless They Just Came Out Today, Even Though Many Quotes You Have Never Heard Of And You'll Still Have To Come Up With Your Own Orginal Responses To Them, You'll Be Missing Out. I Skipped Voltaire.
  6. Actually, while you intended to play that game, any game, you missed out on EVERYTHING except that game.

    Intend to do nothing.

    Be here now.

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