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"I'm not saying I'm always right. Just - I'm right about this."

I scrutinised his face: seemed sincere, and he wasn't being loud or banging the table like politicians do. He wasn't even gesticulating at us to emphasise his words. He simply spoke quietly like there could be no doubt.

I liked that. Shout at me, I'll probably hit you ("you shouldn't do that," he'd smiled). Bang the table, I'll walk away.

But say it quietly and I'll follow you to the ends of -

where?

The crowd was getting angry. I'm like him, I don't like violence, so I walked away.

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    Neville Hunt about 2 months ago

    Speaking quietly and not raising one’s voice is very powerful. Scares the hell out of me!🥴

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    Drew Martyn about 2 months ago

    Yup, me too :)

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    Jamie Clapperton about 2 months ago

    Read this a few times and can't make my mind up whether he's wise or a passive aggressive @#&* ;-))

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    Drew Martyn about 2 months ago

    tbh, me neither :)

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    Jamie Clapperton about 2 months ago

    😆

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