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  1. Distance
    09-28-2012 10:15 AM
    Distance commented on Sketches of Members
    Thanks. Glad you liked it!
  2. Jade333
    09-27-2012 10:36 AM
    Yes, but do you enjoy killing prostitutes and work colleagues? If not, it could be healthy.
  3. Jade333
    09-27-2012 10:21 AM
    Now that sounds superbly interesting. Hence your avatar. Is that a photo of a healthy brain?
  4. Jade333
    09-27-2012 09:35 AM
    Yes, it's flashy sometimes. Holding this job in Vegas is even flashier but I'm in Southern California. I'd rather be a pilot or working at SpaceX. Something that doesn't require dealing with whiny, demanding people all day. I work with some great people so they make it bearable.
    What do you do?
  5. Jade333
    09-27-2012 09:31 AM
    Yes, it's flashy sometimes. Holding this job in Vegas is even flashier but I'm in Southern California. I'd rather be a pilot or working at SpaceX. Something that doesn't require dealing with whiny, demanding people all day. I work with some great people so they make it bearable.
    What do you do?
  6. Jade333
    09-27-2012 08:27 AM
    Often, people mistake The Gaming Industry for video game or computer game development. In this case, I'm referring to casinos. (Also known as the gaming industry)
    I work in Player Development. In a nutshell, I take care of high-end accounts. I actually am not too fond of what I do. Found out I was an intj and it all made sense.

    And you're welcome for the compliment. It was a nice photo.
  7. Alba
    09-23-2012 11:22 AM
  8. Adoniax
    07-28-2010 12:16 PM
    PS thank you for your input on "time". I would love to comment on it later today, but not now as I have some errands to run. Scor - ("cheers" in Swedish?)
  9. Adoniax
    07-28-2010 12:06 PM
    Oh, a few months ago I saw a live band from Swedon. Have you ever heard of the Shout Out Louds?
  10. Adoniax
    07-28-2010 12:04 PM
    I was thinking about doing commerical law. I think I have a niche for business. But in all honesty, it was the process of elimination because I interned at different places within several fields such as family, civil litigation, and criminal.
  11. Adoniax
    07-28-2010 12:02 PM
    I just get the impression that Swedish folks "live life" more than Americans. My best friend is from Swedon who I met here in the U.S. I used to party with a lot of Swedish people while she lived over here for about two years. I just get a different vibe whenever I am around them because they are so nonchalant ;]
  12. Adoniax
    07-28-2010 11:59 AM
    Hey Fredi, it is so very nice to hear from you. I, too, am fascinated by the subject of free will and determinism. It sounds like you might have more knowledge in this particular area than I do. I am not religious but a favorite author of mine is Malebranche. What I found most interesting is that Malebranche makes an argument that it is not the senses that cause humans to error, but instead, it is their corrupt freedom. There is, of course, a lot more I can say about this.
  13. Minerva
    07-28-2010 03:45 AM
    Oh! Hahahaha! As an SJ and more accurately as an ISFJ banter and social interaction is not a problem for me so I was looking at your statement from my standpoint.

    That still doesn't mean that you can't play the game threads! (Oh no pressure! Hahahaha!)
  14. Adoniax
    07-27-2010 03:01 PM
    I noticed your from Sweden. One of my best friends is from Swedon but now lives in Norway. Culturally, it seems like you guys have more fun over there than over here, in the U.S. ;]
  15. Adoniax
    07-27-2010 03:00 PM
    During my undergraduate studies, I have not developed a strong background in metaphysics (the emphasis was more on empiricism) but I do remember encountering a bit of Frege, Kant, and Wittgenstein; I have become fascinated with some of their ideas regarding the philosophy of mind. I have flirted a bit with more contemporary work on metaphysics outside of academia, but my understanding of the subject is still very minimal, largely in part because the concepts introduced are so complex. I find that metaphysics is a lot more difficult to grasp compared to empiricism because it requires one to think rather abstractly since some of its dynamics are virtually non-existent within the scientific world. As for the school system here, it typically takes 3 years to complete law school and two years for B-school; however, there is a program where one could acquire a dual JD/MBA within 4 years.
  16. Adoniax
    07-27-2010 01:27 PM
    Very interesting. There is so much speculation involved within the field of conciousness and yet not many solid conclusions drawn within that area. Perhaps it is because we have not developed the "right" equipment to enhance our understanding of the mysterious workings of the mind. For example, I think there is some interesting arguments made by metaphysicians, yet, none that are held in high esteem because we have no medium to observe such phenonmena; so it becomes culturally "meaningless". As for graduate studies, I am currently studying to attend law school in the fall. I wanted to persue an MBA as well, but that might take another year or so of work experience, which is what I am also working on. If I had to do college all over, I probably would have stumbled upon a similar route as you. But law is interesting to me because of the intellectual demands that come from it.
  17. Adoniax
    07-27-2010 12:34 PM
    I find that my interest is very versatile which is why I have a BA in philosophy (with a strong emphasis on logic and philosophy of science). :] For graduate studies I think I might go a different route, but will always utilize philosophy as a strong foundation for any future endeavor. A triple major is very ambitious, and I must add, admirable. What do you want to do with those degrees?
  18. Minerva
    07-27-2010 12:33 PM
    Invitations to banter? Man, we got to play the Game Threads together sometime!

    Yep, Arty (he actually had a badass name, that is what we called him ) the Ukrainian was really good looking... If I was looking for looks alone... Oh sorry where was I?

    Oh yeah... Game Threads! LOL!!!
  19. Adoniax
    07-27-2010 11:48 AM
    Blue eyes <3
  20. masterpeach
    07-27-2010 07:19 AM
    Wow, all Scandinavian then (I am German actually, but I love Sweden and Finland - I am a great Wallander/Mankell fan and still into Swedish/Norwegian metal bands... cliché, I know). My biography text is actually stolen from an album title of Type O' Negative (for the connoisseurs of us)

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