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Saying “joke” is no excuse
08-09-2018, 11:37 AM,
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Saying “joke” is no excuse
https://www-m.cnn.com/2018/07/11/opinion...o%2Bexcuse


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08-09-2018, 01:24 PM,
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Saying “joke” is no excuse
You know, when I was teaching my kid about right and wrong I would say, you can't just do something like this and then flippantly say I'm sorry. The words fall flat and are insincere. You need to think about the impact of what you're doing BEFORE you do it. Then when you make a mistake and say or do something that you regret, the words "I'm sorry" will have more meaning.

People in powerful positions don't like to admit fault. It's a sign of weakness in their minds, not character.



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08-09-2018, 01:51 PM,
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RE: Saying “joke” is no excuse
It depends.
My friends and family have a day, August 14th, where anything goes: offensive or otherwise.
Think of it like the Purge, but instead of killing and crime you're getting "jokes" off your chest.
Better out than in, which can lead to things more damaging.

But most of the time, yes, saying "kidding" isn't an accecptable excuse because it's not an excuse, its a lie.
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