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    Perspective.

    One man could see some rocks,another could see fire.

    It's all about how you look at things.

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    Grow up

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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    Grow up
    Age before beauty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsunderes View Post
    Age before beauty.
    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
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    Note to self:the baboon is a a vain and dull creature;all attempts at subtly seem to fly over it's head as it so blatantly insists on staring at it's ass in the mirror.

    Despite it's lack of insightful commentary it believes itself to be of superior intellect,an abstract thinker,an ENTP if you will.

    Though amusing in an inbred bumpkin sort of way,the baboon is none the less inhibited by it's minuscule brain among other laughably microscopic aspects of itself.

    All in all, a simple,dull creature,not worth observing for any length of time as it feasts on it's own parasites.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsunderes View Post
    Note to self:the baboon is a a vain and dull creature;all attempts at subtly seem to fly over it's head as it so blatantly insists on staring at it's ass in the mirror.

    Despite it's lack of insightful commentary it believes itself to be of superior intellect,an abstract thinker,an ENTP if you will.

    Though amusing in an inbred bumpkin sort of way,the baboon is none the less inhibited by it's minuscule brain among other laughably microscopic aspects of itself.

    All in all, a simple,dull creature,not worth observing for any length of time as it feasts on it's own parasites.
    Not at all, I am pretty dumb. Intellectuality would be your metier

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    The ability to willingly and quickly adapt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hypatia View Post
    But the echoes of sadness remain.
    I have not a skeric of sadness. I have never suffered depression.

    I suspect you are taking my descriptions as personal comments. And in return you are projecting your psychodrama onto me.

    No thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mole View Post
    I have not a skeric of sadness. I have never suffered depression.

    I suspect you are taking my descriptions as personal comments. And in return you are projecting your psychodrama onto me.

    No thanks.
    Enough with the derails, Mole.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nights and Days View Post
    @Mole are you a genius?
    Like you, I am a post genius as I am now a member of an etribe called Typology Central.

    A genius can only arise in a literate culture that promotes the individual, whereas Typology Central is a global electric culture that promote etribalism.

    If I were poetic, I would say, Typology Central is where genius comes to die.

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