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Warrior

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About Warrior

  • Rank
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Personality

  • MBTI
    INTJ
  • Enneagram
    Type 1w9

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  • Location
    Midwestern United States
  • Occupation
    Development Manager
  • Interests
    Krav Maga
  • Gender
    Male
  • Personal Text
    The worst thing about modern society is that a man can live his entire life and not know whether or not he is a coward.

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  1. Going through a progress report from a supplier.
  2. Discussing a class with a coworker.
  3. Welcome to the forum.
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  5. We have a couple activities tonight, so we are just going to make some meatballs and salad.
  6. A cup of coffee.
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  9. We had baked chicken tonight.
  10. What does it mean to be "good" at dating?
  11. I agree with this. It's awkward at the very best and totally inappropriate at the worst. Best to stay clear of that type of humor with kids.
  12. A cup of coffee.
  13. Watching a video.
  14. We have been in our house about 15 years, but there's a story . . . . When the inspector went through, he found, among a couple other things, bird nests in the attic. These were not just any bird nests. Birds had been getting in (apparently) since the house was built in 1995 and just kept adding to the nests each year. There were six or seven nests, each one about six feet in diameter at the base and about that tall. Well, we asked them to be removed before the closing, but they weren't, so we had to deal with it. We got a guy to come out and he starts bringing down nesting material and then he says to me . . . "We have a problem. I found some bird eggs." Not knowing why this was a problem, the conversation went something like: Me: "Okay. Do you want those scrambled?" Him: "Well, they are meadowlark eggs." Me: "Oh. So . . . are those better fried?" He went on to explain that since the meadowlark is the state bird, he has to seal the attic up, contact the Department of Agriculture (I think that was it), and let them "die naturally" before he can remove any more. Me: "So, if you come back tomorrow and find that they have "died naturally", you can keep going, right?" Him (laughing): "Unfortunately not. I'll have to come back in a couple weeks." He came back in a couple weeks and took out the rest of the bird nests. There was over 1000 pounds of nesting material (mostly small sticks and dry grass) removed from our attic.
  15. Discussing a potential problem.