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  1. Muse
    07-28-2014 11:44 AM
    Muse commented on Alternative to 401k
    Any links I could have?
  2. Zsych
    07-25-2014 08:04 AM
    Once you actually get trying in the real world, you start to learn and grow (even if it does take years to figure out what works for you). More social people have just picked up more experience sooner by out interacting earlier and more than us, before us... Not a big deal.

    Hopefully you came out of it with some better work skills or such, than people too social.
  3. Zsych
    07-25-2014 03:33 AM
    All the thinking confuses the more instinctive programming

    (I think schools likely also play a part - they let us live for years in environments where relationships barely matter and we don't really need to develop our skills at really getting along and working with people... After several years of being on your own and living life, most of us come to our senses. heh)
  4. Zsych
    07-24-2014 01:06 PM
    Its that super "rationalization skill". Whatever your feelings, you might end up talking yourself into going in a very different direction (Not that that doesn't happen to guys who overthink things and are averse to committing or taking action... you find rationalizations for why whatever you did is the right choice)
  5. Zsych
    07-24-2014 07:32 AM
    Zsych commented on He wants to "go for a walk"
    With an INTJ girl, there are no guarantees
  6. kazzamunga
  7. Anemoi
    07-04-2014 02:09 PM
    Anemoi commented on The World Cup '14 thread
  8. vedera
    We have enough peasants in Miami. Born and raised.
  9. Ghoster
  10. acyckowski
    02-27-2014 10:22 PM
    acyckowski commented on INTJs in the military
    Don't forget fuck-tards and oxygen thieves. You can't call them out, either.
  11. Auntie
    02-18-2014 06:36 AM
    Auntie commented on Burger-flipping robot a sign of the future
    lol. naughty ;p
  12. Minerva
    01-14-2014 09:05 AM
    Forgot to say thanks for replying to the thread!
  13. Minerva
    What are you doing in Russia? Was in Houston this winter... didn't like it too much even though my brother seemed to be living in one of the "posher" areas. I should take another look at Houston!
  14. YellowSubmarine
    01-13-2014 10:40 AM
    YellowSubmarine commented on Russians
    Man, that was an interesting and informative read. Thanks.
  15. Desertstorm
    11-14-2013 10:09 AM
    Desertstorm commented on Red Square: A ballsy protest
    ive always had a fascination with Russia. What do you think will be the future of Russia, say when Putin is finally out of office? What kind of system does the average Russian citizen want?
  16. Dangime
    11-09-2013 07:05 PM
    I took the Vikings lady's classes too, at least I think so. I didn't take her Viking class though. I think they were "Flowering of the Middle Ages" and she was also doing one of the generic European History or Western Civ classes as well. One I did remotely, and did no preperation for, just relying on past classes for material. I just feel like I took the Viking class because I remember how she was always going on about them anyway.

    I had one similar experience to you...I had to fill a time slot, ended up with Chicano struggle for equality or something similar. Was all focused on school sergreation...I think I was one of the few white guys in the class. Ended up eeking through with a C or D...I wasn't motivated at all, he was running for a school board and was just having us read his books that was end notes.
  17. Dangime
    11-07-2013 02:03 AM
    2001-2005, also a B.A. in History. I went there all 4 years, and some of the new construction was probably due to the tropical storm that flooded much of the school in 2001, but that had to be done. We may have even sat in some of the same classes.
  18. Dangime
    11-06-2013 04:16 PM
    Dangime commented on the student loan (crisis?)
    I went to UH too. I guess they are just more reasonable than some other places...
  19. Malkavia
    07-18-2013 12:32 PM
    Still in Russia?
  20. Cocolata
    04-04-2013 10:02 AM
    It is encouraging to read someone being humble and polite. I wish more members would be like you. I respect what you did a lot.

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