THIS BOARD May 16, 2007 19:25:05 GMT -5
Post by bbmarc on May 16, 2007 19:25:05 GMT -5
Actualy in the context of the argument presented silence does in fact mean confession. The reason is that his entire argument is that there are either other formats to deal with the problem, or that the problem shouldn't be discussed because of the traditions (it isn't stated which ones, but we are informed if we knew the traditions we wouldn't be talking). Both of these arguments are irrelivant if the problem didn't exist, and conserned is in a position to know the inner workings of midtown, as am I, and many other people who have done more than just meet a couple of people at parent functions.