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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    I've literally sliced the data 100 different ways
    I really doubt that. Or maybe you haven't literally sliced the data.

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    Quote Originally Posted by burymecloser View Post
    I really doubt that. Or maybe you haven't literally sliced the data.
    What's your email?

    I'll send you the Excel doc.

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    Z, I was playing around, making fun of you for misusing the word literally. I do not think it means what you think it means.

    That said, I would be interested in seeing the doc. I'll PM you my email address. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by burymecloser View Post
    Z, I was playing around, making fun of you for misusing the word literally. I do not think it means what you think it means.

    That said, I would be interested in seeing the doc. I'll PM you my email address. Thanks.
    Let me rephrase that: I've sliced the data literally 100 different ways.

    I was being hyperbolic (sort of).

    Fucking INTPs...

    So literal.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Noon View Post
    Honestly, I wonder what an SP influenced school would look like.
    What would you have liked it to look like? What would have been a good way to learn?

    My older kid is an enfp and is 15. He was very hyperactive as a child and never stopped moving although he scored a very high IQ.

    In second grade he had his best year ever. His teacher had covered the room with african masks, beautiful posters, and had drums and a real tee-pee in the middle of the floor with statues of buddha all over the room.

    When they finished with work she let them sit in the tee-pee or sit under their desks and play with toys or read as long as they did not bother others. They did no homework the best I can tell. They celebrated "dark day" for the winter solstice instead of a holiday party. To call attendance that sat in the circle and sang the "family song". If you were bad, you were asked to leave the family and sit alone for a little while. He thrived and loved school. Yeah she was a total enfp hippie...

    What sorta school would an SP kid like?

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    I'm no SP for now (hah), but I doubt I'd dig an SP school, in my understanding. It'd probably be more on the active side for my tastes (I'm thinking a lot of hands on stuff.. be it art, music, sports, shop, sex ed *snicker*). I probably got the most enjoyment in school from field trips, sitting in the dark watching films and discussing them later, some games, going to a symphony and crying my eyes out.

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