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    Minister of Propagandhi ajblaise's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Victor View Post
    MBTI is a refuge for the chaotic and the depressed.
    Hey, you're the INFP.

    You can't tell us about depression.

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    [youtube="DNT7uZf7lew"]victor and friends[/youtube]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    MBTI has worked wonders for me.
    By knowing that I now have blue eyes, despite seeing brown eyes when I look in the mirror, I have been set free.
    right on!

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    Freaks.

    MBTT allows that your dismissal of it as valuable is justified. And it's not a quaint pat-on-the-head allowance either. It's an allowance that the dismissal is JUSTIFIED by placing other true priorities higher.

    But, generally speaking, go suck your priorities. No matter how superior those priorities are for you, they don't rub out all other priorities.


    And no, this argument does not serve to make all priorities equally worthless. It instead serves to open up for discussion where and when which priorities will and should take precedence for groups and individuals working together and alone.

    And that, you drooling mono-perspectivists, is what MBTI is good for.
    Bellison uncorked a flood of horrible profanity, which, translated, meant, "This is extremely unusual."

    Boy meets Grr

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    Can you bang that MBTI drum any louder?
    I don't think the people in Vancouver heard you.

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    That drum was not simply banged. A reason for banging it was given too.


    And if the opposition to MBTT is merely that it is not true... have you any idea how few things are true? And I don't refer to things you believe or even things you have proof for. I refer to things that are true, things for which you are not the measure and yet they obtain anyway.

    Interpretations are true (and false). Yet interpretations succumb to priorities. And priorities truly exist.

    And one man's priorities are the best tool for interpreting another man's priorities? Answer: sometimes yes and sometimes no.



    Interpretations rule. Get a true one.
    Bellison uncorked a flood of horrible profanity, which, translated, meant, "This is extremely unusual."

    Boy meets Grr

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    I don't want to work
    I want to bang on the drum all day
    I don't want to play
    I just want to bang on the drum all day

    Ever since I was a tiny boy
    I don't want no candy
    I don't need no toy
    I took a stick and an old coffee can
    I bang on that thing til I got
    Blisters on my hand because

    I don't want to work
    I want to bang on the drum all day
    Yes, I do
    I don't want to play
    I just want to bang on the drum all day
    That's right

    When I get older they think I'm a fool
    The teacher told me I should stay after school
    She caught me pounding on the desk with my hands
    But my licks was so hot
    I made the teacher wanna dance
    And that's why

    I don't want to work
    I want to bang on the drum all day
    Hey, why not?
    I don't want to play
    I just want to bang on the drum all day

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    Quote Originally Posted by Victor View Post
    We have a public art program in Canberra and whenever I go out I see these extraordinary sculptures throughout Canberra.

    And not only is our public art high quality but it is high art. And so we get the standard low criticism from the low brow.

    Fortunately Canberrans are well educated and high art lifts our spirits as we progress into the electric future, called the noosphere, leaving the low brows behind in the literate and literal past.

    It's our money and we spend it on high art, lifting the whole city, and surprising and delighting large numbers of visitors every day.
    Hey, well what do you know? You have doodoo art!



    Fancy that! ... Oh, I digress. Those are pears...



    AWESOME.

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