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There are arguments which will end up in mutual reconciliation, arguments in which end with one party groveling, and some arguments for which there are no words applicable.

In the final case, the arguments fall into two polar cases. In the better of the two cases, there is one party who, in hindsight, was completely and totally correct, but, for the sake of the relationship, no apology is given, and none is expected.

The worse alternative is the case in which no actions, words, or sentiment that can possibly be expressed by human emotion will be able to bridge the gap in the relationship.

It was the final case into which Tom had fallen, and as he heaved his bag into his beaten Civic, he knew that he couldn’t stay around, even for goodbye.

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