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# Can I sit on the fence when analysing an issue?

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Can I sit on the fence when analysing an issue? [#permalink]

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30 Jun 2010, 16:19
Sometimes I find it hard to support either side of an issue. Can I sit on the fence and discuss the pros and cons on both sides? The conclusion can be whether A or B will depend on xxx.

Can anyone throw some light? Many thanks!

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30 Jun 2010, 19:42
Nice question.
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