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Is It Wise to TRUST Our Friends ?

 
 
OmSigDAVID
 
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Reply Mon 20 Aug, 2007 07:11 pm
dagmaraka wrote:
OmSigDAVID wrote:
OGIONIK wrote:



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so you hang out with people you dont trust?

Yes.
I don 't trust anyone, and
I hang out with people
( i.e., enjoying fine dining and beautiful entertainment together ).


so, to summarize: you choose not to have friends. Which is fine, just sad (to me).

Over the course of my life,
I have had good friends ( whose company I miss ),
but I never went out of my way to make friends in the first place.
David
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OmSigDAVID
 
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Reply Mon 20 Aug, 2007 07:17 pm
vikorr wrote:
David,

Do your friends consider you :
a best friend, a good friend,
a friend, or just someone they hang out with?

The experience of friendship has always been transient,
over periods of years; good friends come and go.
Sometimes, it was I who was gone ( like when I left Arizona ).

At this point in time,
the answer to your question is between the last 2.
David
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OGIONIK
 
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Reply Tue 21 Aug, 2007 01:29 am
OmSigDAVID wrote:
OGIONIK wrote:



Quote:
so you hang out with people you dont trust?

Yes.
I don 't trust anyone, and
I hang out with people
( i.e., enjoying fine dining and beautiful entertainment together ).


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how does that work? do you bar them from entering your house,

Yes.
Thay don 't ask to get in.
Its not a problem.
( except for one nosey pervert; she kinda snuk in, years ago ).



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never let them know any real information about you?

That depends on whether I choose
to keep it confidential, or not.

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never give them access to your belongings ?

Well, I 've shown them some of my guns and some of my old gold coins,
occasional books and miscellany.
David


FAIR ENOUGH THEN! HEHE.
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vikorr
 
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Reply Tue 21 Aug, 2007 01:30 am
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At this point in time,
the answer to your question is between the last 2.
David


Thanks for the reply. If I may ask - What do you think, from their perspective (if you know them well enough to picture it), would turn you from a friend/someone they hang out with, into a good friend, and perhaps a best friend?
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OmSigDAVID
 
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Reply Tue 21 Aug, 2007 03:24 am
vikorr wrote:
Quote:
At this point in time,
the answer to your question is between the last 2.
David


Thanks for the reply. If I may ask - What do you think, from their perspective
(if you know them well enough to picture it),
would turn you from a friend/someone they hang out with,
into a good friend, and perhaps a best friend?

Spending more time with them,
beneficially, having more fun,
and rendering them such assistance as thay required and valued.
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Amigo
 
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Reply Tue 21 Aug, 2007 03:40 am
Between being alone and having freinds I can't trust I will choose to have freinds I can't trust.

Is that what you want David because that is what I have to come to terms with.

I don't like it.
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OmSigDAVID
 
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Reply Tue 21 Aug, 2007 03:48 am
I don 't trust u, Amigo
David
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