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The same thing happens to me, as what you were explaining. I had one of those feelings the day my dog died. I felt as if something bad was going to happen, but I didn't know when so I ignored it. About 10 minutes later my dog got out and got hit by a car.
Outrage at a moral violation may be common, but we do learn how to respond.
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