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    Happy Dancer uumlau's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mole View Post
    Looks like I have touched a nerve.
    Yes. I'm offended by sloppy thinking. I admire cogent arguments, especially on the part of those with whom I disagree.

    I LEARN from cogent arguments. I have to roll my eyes at arguments that pretend to be cogent, but lack even the basics of logic.
    An argument is two people sharing their ignorance.

    A discussion is two people sharing their understanding, even when they disagree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    got 1.85 on the i/e (i feel i'm more ambiverted, I know I'm not extroverted, no matter how many times you people tell me I am)


    62 on convert narcism

    so according to this i'm an introvert who is averagely narcissitic.
    hmm i decided to retake the introvert quiz based on lack of sleep. apparently when i'm sleep deprived i'm more extroverted though still introvert

    and more narcistic 73
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    Quote Originally Posted by uumlau View Post
    Yes. I'm offended by sloppy thinking. I admire cogent arguments, especially on the part of those with whom I disagree.

    I LEARN from cogent arguments. I have to roll my eyes at arguments that pretend to be cogent, but lack even the basics of logic.
    Well frankly, my dear happy dancer, I am not the dancing partner for you.

    I do not dance to argument, I find argument repulsive, neurotic, and left over from print culture.

    But if you look in front of you, you will find we are dancing to electronic culture. Argument is now passé, and instead of arguing, we now resonate electronically.

    Logic is out, and we harmonize or disharmonize. Rather than bludgening each other with logic, we dance to the sound of words. We listen to feeling. We express feeling. And we even share feeling across the globe.

    The logicians are as passé as the Scholastics of the Middle Ages, so we now listen to the vibrations of Typology Central.

    Why not join us?

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