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  1. INTJane
    06-09-2015 06:32 AM
    INTJane commented on Let's see your selfie! Volume 3
  2. ness2361
    06-02-2015 09:32 PM
    ness2361 commented on The Nerd, the Geek, the Dork: Which Are You?
    Thanks for taking the quiz. Come back in just for a sec? :D
  3. larkin
  4. larkin
    Ha. Yes, I have some Peruvian friends and have found they often think the same. But that's the nature of a disordered relationship with power in a country - it's disordered, the pendulum swings too far in both directions - having a for-profit own their water supply leads directly to Cochabamba. So I'd like to believe change could be approached differently here, but I don't know enough to know, and remains to be seen.
  5. Doggzilla
    Oh my god that was brutal. But very good argument.
  6. Shadeylark
    05-12-2015 08:41 PM
    ah, gotcha. considering that this forum has alot of people who lack objectivity, i take it as being less than representative of mbti theory in general though lol.
  7. Shadeylark
    05-12-2015 08:09 PM
    sorry, but J does not automatically equal pure utilitarianism dude... or are you just making a grammar nazi comment... in which case im still confused as to what that would have to do with judgement versus perception?
  8. ness2361
    05-12-2015 01:36 PM
    ness2361 commented on Five words or less
    I wanted that from the beginning; had to shut my editor down, now you've got It going again, Roseanne Roseannadanna, Thanks a lot.
  9. ness2361
    05-09-2015 02:53 PM
    I've done a lot of animal rescue, including dogs. If there is 'any' chance to pass off a pit/mix as a lab or some other 'less scary' breed, it's done--on paper; I don't know, however, how many of us believe the paperwork, or all the hype about pits being dangerous 'as a whole'; I mean, they are a mix of breeds, and of course, the breeders and first caregivers have so much to do with how well the particular dog gets socialized, or not. You, and whoever came before, did a good job; he looks good-natured, healthy, and relaxed. I had a Rottie, and he was a sweetie; great guard dog I got when he was 7 or 8, had been abused. I had a lot of work to do; had to keep a close eye on him. And it was worth it. He was wonderful.
  10. ness2361
    Is Benny a lab/pit or just lab? I like the lab/pit mix (black ones, I mean), and so many labs, too. Great dogs, but you already know that.
  11. Evil Muffin
    05-05-2015 12:28 PM
    Evil Muffin commented on 2ma Second Machine Age
    I've read the book. I've made some thread regaring this subject in the past. It's cool to see other people finally getting drawn into this.
  12. Adalaidetype5
    04-24-2015 04:40 AM
    haha! And i come from a long long line of Engineers and there isn't a building bone in my body. Except for assembling tiered cakes if you count that?
  13. Adalaidetype5
    04-23-2015 05:26 PM
    cool. My sister is a civil engineer. well, actually not anymore because she stays at home with her babies. But She liked it a lot.
  14. Adalaidetype5
    04-23-2015 12:14 PM
    Just curious....what kind of engineer are you?
  15. EchoFlame
    04-20-2015 11:18 PM
    EchoFlame commented on Is killing an injured animal "merciful"?
    My sentiments exactly. It has made me late for things. And gotten me into trouble. And I have to be smart and make sure I'm not being "used". But it is my belief to help if I see someone who needs help in front of me, to help him or her. I suppose I would extend this to animals. I saw a mugging once and people just kept walking by. I walked a bit away, called the cops, and waited, pepper-spray in hand, in case it looked like the muggers were going to start bashing his head. The cops rolled up and stopped it. I might not have been capable of taking down multiple muggers, but at least I did something. I hate when people ignore what is in front of their faces.
  16. ness2361
    04-01-2015 07:53 AM
    You know how this will confuse me, if you have read about my working memory problems, 'and' I will try to remember: French Canadian, I think you are saying?

    As for Canadian politics, I am ignorant about the subject, more ignorant than I am about American politics, which is damn ignorant.

    The one color that 'seems' clear to me is 'green', like Green party?

    Other than that--if I got that much right, I don't know much.

    I tried out 'American green' many, many years ago, with Gromit, and it was, for us, just another middle-class, selfish 'my backyard', you know, don't do it in my backyard--no concern for others, so we wandered away...

    What a mess... the language barriers create... and yet, also, how lovely. The mix of being human: How gorgeous.

    Thanks for letting me know where you are, physically and politically.

    I just got off the phone with a sister who is 'American conservative', and for months, she didn't know how to take me except 'wait and see.' Now I am coming in more clearly for her as... well, her 'sister', and that is good enough for both of us... so I hope you and I are OK, too, as the kind of 'family' I value most: Living with as much integrity as possible, not always in agreement, meaning nobody harmless any harm.
  17. K27
    03-25-2015 09:04 PM
    Ahh so it is only because I speak British English. That's great!
  18. K27
    03-25-2015 07:07 PM
    Ahhh we use "revise" to mean "review" or "restudy" here in Hong Kong. Sorry for confusion. Sometimes we misuse words badly.
  19. TzarAlexander
    03-21-2015 09:59 PM
    TzarAlexander commented on What do little letters and x's mean?
    I find the whole thing arbitrary and silly to be honest. I see MBTI as being similar to the astrology section of the newspaper. But if we are going to play Jung's game, then there is no possible way that someone is an INxJ, by definition.
  20. mjbgtz
    03-18-2015 12:50 PM
    mjbgtz commented on Math: derivatives
    thank you

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