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  1. civ2

    civ2 Emperor

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    HUH???
    Care to elaborate a little bit, please???
     
  2. timtofly

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    He did not chose his birth order.

    He did not choose to deceive his father as you pointed out.

    He did not choose to marry Leah, although a local customs background check would have helped.

    Every major thing that he faced was not "his" choice.

    He did choose to fight and because of that he got Rachel, and he got G-d's blessing.

    As history would show, his choice for Rachel was both a blessing and a curse.

    Wrestling with G-d was the only choice that he did get right. G-d does not punish those who (question) strive against Him, He punishes those who do not obey Him.
     
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    OOOKAY... :D
    As of arguing, you can argue with G-d, just do it on His terms. :lol:
    Talmud also has funny stuff:
     
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