How Film Sets and Coding Are Equally Important

Bob Sneidar bobsneidar at
Wed Oct 7 10:56:43 EDT 2015

If I may be so bold as to disagree, Amoral means the absense of moral aspect. Neither moral or immoral.

Bob S

On Oct 6, 2015, at 16:24 , Mark Wieder <mwieder at<mailto:mwieder at>> wrote:

On 10/06/2015 12:03 PM, Richmond wrote:
On 06/10/15 21:57, Bob Sneidar wrote:
It's amoral to my mind.

Well, amoral is a lot better than immoral.

Not sure about that.
Immoral means a choice has been made.
Amoral implies an uneasy uncertainty.

Mark Wieder
ahsoftware at<mailto:ahsoftware at>

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