Originally Posted by KSigMason
We're a private organization with secret modes of recogntion. Much of ritual work can be found by anybody with half a brain.
I will not break my word for someone on the internet.
I want to be a man of my word and that's despicable. I know in this day and age, keeping your word is something of an anomaly, but fidelity is far from despicable. You asking me to break my word is repugnant as is your character.
I never said you were a dispicable person.
I said I was a dispicable person.
Please learn how to recognize my tongue when it strikes at your cheek.
Yeah, right, you wouldn't break your vow of secrecy to someone on the internet but you would break it for someone else who isn't on the internet?
Dude, calm down.
I asked you to break your code of silence and you refused and that makes my character repugnant.
Sorry, but you would be wrong.
My character is a sweet little ole' lady who is 55 years old and a charming one at that.
Don't get your panties all up in a bunch!
If you don't want to break your code of silence and continue to LIE about Freemasonry by stating that it's not a secret society, by all means, continue to do so, but it only makes you look like a silly man.
Keep on climbing that totem pole.
What do you mean when you say that much of ritual work can be found by anyone with half a brain?