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Nor is he a cynic in the sense of being meanly hardened.
But it is preferable for psychology to speak the truth, rather than that this task should be left to the cynic.
He famously said that a cynic is someone who knows the price of everything and the value you of nothing.
Don't call me a cynic, you sunny fresh-start enthusiasts.
And in the eyes of a cynic, both might be seen as having a stake in featuring positive results more than negative ones.
The cynic might conclude that the problem is simply one of developers saving a buck.
To the layman or cynic, this may sound rather simple.
To any cynic, your blog is nothing more than simplistic public relations.
He is a satirist with a heart, a moralist with a whoopee cushion, a cynic who wants to believe.

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