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    Quote Originally Posted by LadyJaye View Post
    Well, as a dying breed, I propose all of us Extraverts go forth into the world with renewed vigor and put our hands on everything in sight.
    I concur. As a card carrying member of a dying species, I am now compelled to seek out introverts everywhere and teach them my FACKELTANZ so that they might one day have a voice of their own to wield.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LadyJaye View Post
    Well, as a dying breed, I propose all of us Extraverts go forth into the world with renewed vigor and put our hands on everything in sight.
    Way ahead of you!
    "Create like a god, command like a king, work like a slave."

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    Quote Originally Posted by LadyJaye View Post
    Well, as a dying breed, I propose all of us Extraverts go forth into the world with renewed vigor and put our hands on everything in sight.
    It's tragic. The world is slipping out of your hands.

    Every time you post here, you are posting in the noosphere.

    With every post you make, your extroverted world is evaporating under your very nose.

    But you can't help yourself. You are compelled to do things.

    This served you well in the past but every post is slowly removing you into the fossil record.

    The dinosaurs lasted a long time but finally the mammals took over.

    And before long we will only be able to contemplate you in the Museum of Extroverts.

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    alright fine victor...i retract...i thought you questioned it yourself once...no?
    There can’t be any large-scale revolution until there’s a personal revolution, on an individual level. It’s got to happen inside first.
    -Jim Morrison

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    Victor are you abusing martinis again?
    You look shaken and stirred.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady X View Post
    alright fine victor...i retract...i thought you questioned it yourself once...no?
    I discovered the great secret to introversion in my teens.

    Yes, I discovered how to be introverted and how to be happy and successful in the world, at the same time.

    And the secret lies in relaxation.

    Yes, learning to relax in all kinds of situations allows the introverted gifts to flourish.

    And in particular, learning to relax in uncomfortable situations is the key.

    And yes, I was taught how to relax by a lovely Melbourne man, Ainslie Mears, who speaks directly to introverts in his book, "Relief Without Drugs".

    If you can hear Ainslie Mears speaking directly to you, you know you are introverted and now you know how to be introverted and happy and successful.

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    i see...well...alright thanks for that.
    There can’t be any large-scale revolution until there’s a personal revolution, on an individual level. It’s got to happen inside first.
    -Jim Morrison

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    Quote Originally Posted by LadyJaye View Post
    Well, as a dying breed, I propose all of us Extraverts go forth into the world with renewed vigor and put our hands on everything in sight.
    Victor, now you've done it, you've riled them up and they're gonna put their grimy extrovert hands all over everything.

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    I thought you didn't believe in typing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jenocyde View Post
    I thought you didn't believe in typing.
    We perceive by making distinctions. And a fundamental distinction we make is the distinction between male and female - for the very first question we ask when a baby is born is,""What is it? Is is a boy or is it a girl?".

    However a more fundamental distinction than gender is the distinction between the inner and the outer.

    For instance, sip a clean, fresh glass of water and it is delicious. But spit into the glass of water and sip, and it is disgusting.

    And disgust is the sign a taboo has been broken. In this case the taboo is the one against mixing the inner and the outer.

    And this is a very fundamental distinction, with its accompaning taboo, across all cultures.

    And this distinction and taboo naturally give rise to the idea of inner and outer and indeed the inner and outer in personality. So we arrive at the extroverted personality and the introverted personality.

    And you have an extroverted personality and I have an introverted personality. But alas we have not learnt how to create a positive relationship between us.

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