Old 13th Oct 2013, 21:05
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Originally Posted by john tullamarine
“…thick skins and a laid back view of life...”
Of course, I could be wrong … but I always thought that having one, obviated the necessity for having the other. Presuming that’s correct (although, I probably should acknowledge that I have been known to have embraced more than one incorrect presumption in my life) do we apply some kind of variation of the “two-wrongs-don’t-make-a-right” or “a double negative equals a positive” kind of literary reference - meaning that you are vulnerable to all kinds of insults and slanders - or do we take it at face value, implying that you’re “insulated-times-two”? Just wondering…

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