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A man ties two people with a rope.
-Not too tight just tight enough.
This is only a means to an end. Precaution in this context?
Hey, don't look at me.
I only go to the highest bidder for services rendered. He just does what the
big bosses are paying him for?
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'A means to an end' = a method/way of achieving something (else).
'Highest bidder' = the person who pays the most.
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I know the definition of highest bidder. But
is he saying all this not his fault but the highest bidder?
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I suppose so, but I am not reading the story (thank goodness!)
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