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Oct 6 2013, 08:51 AM
Oct 6 2013, 08:15 AM
It's also a sacrifice for him to have to place Stefano, whom he sees as threat to his family, back in a position of power. And since the majority of Sami's minor children are also EJ's, if Sami's making a sacrifice by letting them live in the mansion, EJ would be making the exact same sacrifice.
I never ej see Stefano as treat ej never really had problem with Stefano around the kids ej problem with Stefano with how he treated him when he thought is not his son everything ej gave to Stefano belonged to Stefano and ej was stupid enough to think Stefano will not take it back none of these he gave to Stefano had than few months.that why ej done does not seem sacrifice at all
This isn't the first time EJ has tried to get himself and his family out from under Stefano's thumb. Nobody should have a problem with Stefano's treatment of the kids, because he's good to them, when it comes to the day to day interactions. And I don't think you have to have possession of something for a certain length of time before giving it away becomes a sacrifice. If EJ won the lottery on Monday morning and used his winnings to buy Sami's freedom on Monday afternoon, that would still be a sacrifice.
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