• no, i cant explain the gray area
  • For every person, there is a (at least slightly) different perspective. Stupidly simple questions are often misleading. "Is the Pope Catholic?" Actually, no. The "Pope" is Orthodox. The person to whom people casually refer to as "the pope" is, officially "Bishop of Rome, Vicar of Jesus Christ, Successor of the Prince of the Apostles, Supreme Pontiff of the Universal Church, Primate of Italy, Archbishop and Metropolitan of the Roman Province, Sovereign of the Vatican City State, Servant of the servants of God," a painfully long title that contains exactly zero instances of the word "pope." Another example of a seemingly simple question "Does a bear **** in the woods?" is equally vexing. What, exactly are "the woods?" A woodland? Polar bears, for example, do not typically live in woodland areas, so which bear is the aphorism referencing? So, if it's a polar bear, living in the arctic, and the arctic is so polluted by humans that it's all sooty and grey, and full of polar bear poop, I guess you could ask "Does a grey polar bear **** in this 'gray area?'"
  • No everything is not black and white or gray. Thank God we have more colors to choose from than our human eyes can perceive! But if you want me to explain a gray area I'm going to need more specifics. Which one in particular would you like to dissect? Prostitution? Child labor? The color spectrum? Brain matter?

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