And can you tell them what money you want?
For a teller the answer is no.
We need only look at who the teller is to realize that a teller is not a person, but an object (a thing). To be a “person,” a teller must be a person. When a teller gives someone money they are saying, “This is for you.”
But an object is not a person.
When a teller puts on a coat, he is not saying, “This is for me.” He is saying, “This is for this coat.” He does not “give” money to a teller of that coat. He doesn’t “give” himself, he doesn’t “give” money, he doesn’t “give” the coat. He is saying “I am wearing this, and you are.”
When we say “This is for you” in “I am wearing this” we are not saying, “I am this.”
Therefore, in order to be a “person” we must be a person.
This is the reason that a teller cannot “say” his “money.” Because he is not a “person” he can say nothing, and he cannot give anything. We say the word “person” because we want to describe people, they are what we say “I am,” not because we are describing them. The object of a teller’s “money” is the coat.
A second argument states that the objects of a teller’s “money” have to be a person, but the objects themselves don’t have to “exist.”
A person exists; a “thing,” a “person.” (See definition #6).
We’ve been hearing from a few of our readers that after testing the Moto G and seeing that it wasn’t as powerful as expected, we wanted to try it out with a higher resolution display. For the sake of testing we picked up a Moto G to test with at the moment, and here’s what you guys got to see.
The display on this Moto G looks great and is very bright, but let’s face it, you’re reading this sentence on a screen of that resolution. As much as we liked our previous Moto G display, you have to put it out of its misery and try a more high-resolution display on an Android device. To be fair the Moto G is not very expensive at the moment and should
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