Trina Inquires 18/10/19

What’s the best lesson you’ve learned from a work of fiction?

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7 Responses to Trina Inquires 18/10/19

  1. Joshua Shea says:

    Depression starts early in life, taught by most of the characters in the Peanuts comic strip.

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  2. Having read a lot of crime/courtroom drama stuff I learned that much of what goes on between prosecutors and defenders has little to do with the law. More like paying poker. Also that the average person cannot afford all the detective work that defenders can use to defend themselves and a public defender has even less and that office is a plea bargain mill. Innocence and the ability to prove it is for the very rich only.

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  3. Carol Anne says:

    hmmmm I donno! I cant think of one as I dont read too much fiction!

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  4. Harley Unhinged says:

    That no matter how hard you fight to erase someone from your memory, if it’s meant to be, you will find your way back to them.

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