When one conveys certain things, particularly of such gravity, should one not then appropriately cite sources, authorities...
Started by OldGit, June 23, 2018, 09:48:50 AM
Quote from: Dragonia on June 24, 2018, 06:39:31 PMI will only speak to my personal feelings. "Complete" to me, in this case, means "wholly finished, all put together again, no spaces missing".Having had this happen to me many times, I would argue that it is most certainly NOT complete!Makes me darn tootin' mad is what it does! And the more pieces it's supposed to have, the crazier it makes me!My kids think it's funny, a cute trick, to steal a piece and hide it, then when I finish the puzzle and start scouring under the table and behind chairs, getting myself all worked up, they triumphantly produce the piece, so they can say they "finished it".
Quote from: Dragonia on June 24, 2018, 07:56:59 PMUgh.... this is why I'm not good at philosophy. Too many nuances, too many word loops. I see what you're saying...after concentrating for a minute. Yes, I should have said....what I meant to say, was "No Missing Pieces".
Quote from: Icarus on June 26, 2018, 11:45:52 PMHmmm. One piece missing? I say the puzzle is complete because if the missing piece is found, a lab rat could put into its proper place Mrs OG has done all the difficult work and there is no more to challenge ones skill, reasoning, or determination.