Using choice as the only reason is like “my car won’t run properly” is always answered by “you didn’t put gas in it”. Sometimes that’s why. But if that was mostly or always why, we wouldn’t need mechanics.

Using choice as the only reason is like “my car won’t run properly” is always answered by “you didn’t put gas in it”.

Sometimes that’s why. But if that was mostly or always why, we wouldn’t need mechanics.

 

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