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It is riskier.

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It is better to be what you are.

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totally depends on what it is you are asking about.

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i've never heard this saying but logically i would have to say no....i'd rather you ask permission to kill me than to apologize for killing me

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It is better to ask permission.

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Neither...........

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Yes, under certain circumstances. ;}

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no, but easier

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