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03 Sep 2011, 11:55 am

i think that the point here is partly that it is extremely rare for one individual to be entirely to blame for a situation. there are usually multiple factors involved from both parties. even just the interplay between people can create a hostile or negative situation, but one individual is rarely 100% responsible.

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