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  1. Atamagahen
    05-21-2016 09:22 AM
    Atamagahen
    To be fair I am pretty low on wit today.
    I haven't had my caffeine yet.
  2. Sk8ordude
    05-21-2016 08:32 AM
    Sk8ordude
    Haha

    just when they think I'm going to zig I make a zag
  3. GreyCrow
    05-21-2016 01:22 AM
    GreyCrow
    Yeah I know I was going more for the 'evil bunny' than actual planning.
  4. ppu6502
    05-17-2016 04:00 PM
    ppu6502
    I've had plenty of discussions (especially with other hackers) about what could be done and how to do it, but the allure is the technicalities rather than the act of being unethical. The puzzles involved in writing a virus, or hacking into a server, are fascinating so of course the puzzle of it could be considered a temptation. I'm pretty firmly in the True Neutral camp in general though, and grey hat seems to be a direct analog.
  5. ppu6502
    05-17-2016 10:14 AM
    ppu6502
    Not particularly
  6. Trystero
    05-15-2016 08:10 PM
    Trystero
    thanks
  7. vampyroteuthis
    04-30-2016 07:15 PM
    vampyroteuthis
    This is why I keep saying you should always have a secret 'stache!
  8. katwalker
    04-25-2016 11:12 AM
    katwalker
    Ah, that you were trying to convey that was not clear at all to me. Sorry!

    I'm quite frustrated that this myth that people with schizophrenia (or anyone with psychosis) are significantly more likely to be violent will not die. Do people with psychosis commit more acts of violence than the rest of the population? Yes - but it is such a small percentage over the general population (IIRC, 1-2%) and such as small percentage in comparison to the number of people who have psychosis that it gives the myth no merit. In reality, people with severe mental illness, including psychosis, are substantially more likely to be victims of violence than perpetrators.
  9. ppu6502
    04-24-2016 12:25 PM
    ppu6502 commented on Post pictures that crush your soul
    You seem to have a knack for creating threads which become popular
  10. Digital Avatar
    04-23-2016 12:46 PM
    Digital Avatar
    Well the enlarged ventricles push the outer regions of the cortex against the walls of the skull, constricting the cortical tissue and effectively influencing brain functionality.
  11. Junk
    04-22-2016 06:28 PM
    Junk
    "crush your soul" is good because it's deep, feely, and metaphorical. Difficult to express that in a positive way using one word, though.. "cry" doesn't work because the primary reason for crying is sadness.
  12. Junk
    04-22-2016 06:21 PM
    Junk
    ignore my earlier comment. I'm having trouble figuring out a better, more concise, and catchier one.
  13. Junk
    04-22-2016 06:04 PM
    Junk
    good idea.. not sure it will last, but I like it. Maybe a different, catchier, and all-appealing title would work better.
  14. ENFPEACE
    04-22-2016 02:25 PM
    ENFPEACE
    Agreed.
  15. Bisclavret
    04-22-2016 02:21 PM
    Bisclavret
    Nope, not really. The main discrepancies are in terms of time and placement/setting. It's no wonder that I couldn't make her into two people.
  16. Bisclavret
    04-20-2016 04:01 PM
    Bisclavret

     
    So, three characters, two in one story, one in the other? Where is the story centering on the female headed? Also, she must be recurring for a reason. Don't you think?

    Yup. Female + Male A are part of the ongoing saga; Female + Male B are present in this other story. It's this second one that centres on the Female, with Male B serving as an audience surrogate.

    She's recurring because it's all her doing these things...

    and maybe also because she's my favourite.
  17. ENFPEACE
    04-20-2016 03:41 PM
    ENFPEACE
    Well on a functionality basis, you eat in the present what your sense of taste told you tasted great (rely on past experience to conclude that McDonald's Big Mac's taste good, therefore, you buy another). In a practical use, I use my sensor function to draw conclusions about things in front of me in real time (which a sensor thrives in). But I find that boring unless it's something I am very passionate about, like music (I'm about a 40% sensor and 60% intuitive)
  18. ENFPEACE
    04-20-2016 03:24 PM
    ENFPEACE
    Sensors like to look back..all intuitives like to look forward.
  19. Bisclavret
    04-20-2016 03:00 PM
    Bisclavret
    Hey, how's it going? Remember that character/story split I brought up a little over a week ago? About three characters becoming four? Well it tanked.

    There are only three characters at the present time; the female is recurring. There are separate stories however, with the former being a standalone to an ongoing saga. I rewrote the backstories from scratch to allow things to align. INTJf isn't bad place for public brainstorming after all.
  20. vampyroteuthis
    04-12-2016 08:35 PM
    vampyroteuthis
    Thanks! You too!

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