RIGHT AND WRONG
 
                                ACT - 19
                               1 Oct 1993
 
                 Copyright (C) 1993 Homer Wilson Smith
       Redistribution rights granted for non commercial purposes.
 
     I have been running the following to an extraordinary win.
 
     'What have you not said to your father about your mother?'
     'What have you not said to your mother about your father?'
     'What have you not said to either of them about both of them?'
     'What has a child not said to you as a mother about a father?'
     'What has a child not said to you as a father about a mother?'
 
      If you don't like the 'What' questions because you can't come up
with answers run,
 
     'Get the idea of...' or 'Get the effort to...'
 
     'Get the effort to not say something to your father about your
mother etc.
 
     Then,
 
     'Are you making something right wrong?'
     'Are you making something wrong right?'
 
     'What wrong are you making right?'
     'What right are you making wrong?'
 
     'How are you making your father wrong?'
     'How are you making your father right?'
 
     'How are you making your mother wrong?'
     'How are you making your mother right?'
 
     'How are you making them both wrong?'
     'How are you making them both right?'
 
     'Who are you making wrong?'
     'How are you making them wrong?'
     'What are you making them wrong about?'
     'Why are you making them wrong?'
 
     Use wrong, right and guilty.
 
     If questions don't work, use assertive form,
 
     'Making something wrong right.'
     'Making something right wrong.'
      etc.
 
     Homer