- Jul 24, 2008
No. That's what you're assuming.Davroth said:Uh huh, so what you are saying is that you know they want out, but you don't know why they want out, or what keeps them from leaving.Ieyke said:Nonsense.IceForce said:
It can be and IS both.
You can know things without knowing all about them.
You get a call from your brother asking you to pick up some milk on your way home.
You now know he wants milk.
Do you know the details of why or what for? No.
Do you know he wants milk? Yes.
I said I don't know enough details. I didn't say I don't know THAT.