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    I am sorry if Ps feel analysed it is just that I want to understand all those people around me.

    What do you think about concept "conflict" ?

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    conflict sucks... at least if you have the weaker weapons
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    A disagreement can breed innovation, as it can war.

    What kind of conflict?
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    -Endymion, my dear. A beautiful youth possessed by the moon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    Js tend to worry about the problems without regard to what happens in a worst-case scenario. They want to achieve as close to the best scenario possible, and will work toward that at any cost. To do less is to fail.

    Ps analyze the worst-case scenario for what it would mean in the end, and the worst case scenario is often considered acceptable. Therefore, they do not see the need to strive so hard to achieve the absolute best.
    Hmm, my plans first and foremost revolve around *making sure that* (difference with Ps) the worst case scenario is acceptable - which may mean working to upgrade the current worst case scenario. When that's taken care of, I can play around and possibly aim higher "safely". I doubt Js disregard what could happen in a worst case scenario.

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    Quote Originally Posted by substitute View Post
    Actually that's another P vs J difference I tend to notice... J's seem to take themselves more seriously in general, they tend to be IME less able to take teasing and stuff. Get more easily offended... P's seem more able to just laugh at themselves with others, good naturedly.
    Not all of them, my bro teases and taunts the hell out of me, but when I come back with a reply, he often seems to be stung, or says that it's "below the belt" and whatnot.

    You dish it out, you take it back, bitch.

    Umm, as for the 2 AM thing...I pretty much do what Jack does and not at all what FDG does.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    Js tend to worry about the problems without regard to what happens in a worst-case scenario. They want to achieve as close to the best scenario possible, and will work toward that at any cost. To do less is to fail.

    Ps analyze the worst-case scenario for what it would mean in the end, and the worst case scenario is often considered acceptable. Therefore, they do not see the need to strive so hard to achieve the absolute best.
    Just saw that. That is just great !

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    No wonder, BlueWing has got a crush on you, I start to have one aswell
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    Quote Originally Posted by colmena View Post
    A disagreement can breed innovation, as it can war.

    What kind of conflict?
    Did not have any specific kind of conflict in mind I am asking about the idea of the conflict. Do you like conflict?


    Here are some examples of conflict.

    Between people(none physical), intellectual agression , coutry vs country......

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    Are Ps more likely to be interested in spiritual pursuit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    Are Ps more likely to be interested in spiritual pursuit?
    I think they would be, but the fact that social tradition in many places emphasizes spirituality, more Js will be into it, just for that fact.

    But in America, I bet there is more P Buddhists, New Ager's, and "Christians" so liberal they barely believe in Jesus.... than Js.

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