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Analysing Marcus

Marcus clearly got-up on the wrong side of the bed this morning, and after a barnie with Sree that saw the Wolverine lookalike called to the Diary Room to calm down, Freddie dished-out some of his customary psychological analysis about his older peer.

"Marcus is not generally an aggressive person, but he does have this very strong view that there are good people and bad people in the world. If you fall into the bad person category in Marcus' world, then he won't be so polite to you and he won't be respectful to you," opined the Oxford graduate

"To Marcus's credit, he doesn't draw the line arbitrarily," added Freddie, saying that Marcus goes by his own moral standards, rather than just who he likes and dislikes.

"Personally, I don't agree," Halfwit continued. "I don't think there are just good people and bad people in the world, I think there are shades of grey. The more you understand people the harder it is to make harsh judgements."

And Freddie ended his amateur psychology session by declaring: "To know all, is to forgive all", basically advocating tolerance and forgiveness.

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