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#21 sunshipballoons


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Posted 03 March 2008 - 10:52 PM

Statements predicting future behavior cannot be "lies." It may not be true that she is going to give him a kiss in the future, but that doesn't mean he's lying when he says it. If is say, "it's going to rain tomorrow," but then it doesn't rain, I wasn't lying when i said, "it's going to rain tomorrow." My statement was untrue... but I wasn't lying because I can't know what's going to happen tomorrow. (If I said, "I think it's going to rain tomorrow," but I don't really think that, then I'm lying.)

Assuming we replace "if it is a lie" with "if it is or turns out to be false," I believe that OP's solution works.
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#22 SynthBabe



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Posted 06 April 2008 - 01:25 AM

Now if only I could find a woman quick enough to work out the logic

Too bad - I'm already taken
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