If every rule has an exception, then why make rules at all? What utter nonsense and pseudologic. If a rule has an exception, then accept the circumstances surrounding the exception. Don’t simply elliminate the rule for an exception. It stands to reason that a rule was made for a purpose, therefore an exception should be a rarity and in the case of said rarity simply allow it. Let the rule remain resolute and ignore the modern fallacy of making the exception the rule.
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R. S. Gullett is a proud alumni of Stephen F. Austin State University and currently teaches United States history at a community college in Houston, Texas. As a historian, he loves to mingle the historical with the fantastical and places an emphasis on faith in all his writing. His faith in Jesus Christ is very important to him and this often becomes evident in his writing. He is not perfect, nor does he pretend to be; but hopes that sharing his faith might inspire others to give their hearts to Christ. He and his wife currently live in Houston, Texas. View more posts