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Saturday, July 2, 2011

The Benefits of No Integrity

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The Benefits of No Integrity 

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11 comments:

  1. I believe that in the end, the lack of integrity will jump up and bite you in the ass!
    Chris Hansen is the latest victim of the ass-biter!! What a disappointment! He has certainly lost his credability with his viewers. I can just see a future episode of his show when some jerk he caught in the act says,"Hey, aren't you the guy who cheated on his wife?"

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  2. Judie: There you go. I hope he enjoys the rest of his life with Mary - if it is true. I do not believe anything I read today, because I think journalism is dead. In the case of the National Enquirer, I don't believe it was ever alive.

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  3. Are there benefits of no integrity?

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  4. Ya work for the Government dont ya?

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  5. FanaticoUm: Not in my opinion. If one has no integrity, one is empty.

    Whitesnake: I am a writer, who happens to think that integrity is everything. Many Government leaders appear to lack integrity today. "Absolute power corrupts, absolutely."

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  6. Integrity is very important.

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  7. KB: Yes it is. It is a pet peeve of mine to watch what appears to be happening in our world today. Maybe I'm just getting older, but it seems to me there used to be principles that world societies adhered to that are dwindling fast. For example, it is hard to take someone's word today. I believe that's a matter of integrity.

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  8. I believe that integrity is vital. Without integrity there is no TRUST and trust is at the crux of every type of relationship; be it personal or professional. So for me there are no benefits of living a life without integrity.

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  9. Katherine: How did I know you would feel that way?

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  10. Just so I've got it right-- you're saying there are no benefits to 'no integrity.' ?

    Bit dense, this evening, I suspect. Too much summer lazing around with the fam. :)

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  11. Suze: Absolutely correct! I figured I would get people thinking about this one by properly using a double negative.

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