Sex & God & Rock & Roll
On the other hand, "revolving door" opinions simpy indicate an utter lack of stability. Don't they?Tracie
This logic of change can be applied to anything. If you don't have clothes on in the first place you can't change your clothes. This may be a bad example but my point is that your change theory isn't unique to opinion holding.
You can't have a go at a greatly put-upon blogger unless there's a greatly put-upon blogger to have a go at in the first place.
I don't have an opinion about that. . .
Susan S, it is my opinion that you do!
deer in the headlights...
Heh, then I'm super open to change: I have an opinion about EVERYTHING! ;-p[Apparently, this makes me "difficult" or "intense" or something. I think of it as "not unconscious"]
I seem to remember a neither-hot-nor-cold church mentioned somewhere, so it's been a problem for followers of Jesus quite some time. :)
I do not have opinions, I have well defined, concrete, moral, and god given final judgments.Oh, wait, for a moment I was channeling the grand tufti.FWIWjimB