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    Thanks Udog, YW and Dom but I found it last night (early this morning since sleep is for the weak) bundled in one of the media converters which has been installed on my computer for an eon. Now why this problem never surfaced prior, who knows. But I honestly don't care. It now works and that's all that matters.

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    Great news! Now that you can quit obsessing about this perhaps you'll be able to get some rest. (Like I buy the whole "sleep is for the weak" thing. Excuses, excuses.)

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    Obsessed? OBSESSED? I'll give you obsessed mister. All nighters are my forte! Bread and butter to my spirit.

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    Yeah, there's something about the delirium that comes with sleep deprivation that brings out the best in ENTs. I’m actually being somewhat serious, too. No clue what that’s about.

    That could actually make for an interesting potential thread topic...

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    T = together
    1. There's nothing delirious about us.
    2. We use time most efficiently.
    3. Sleep is an inefficient waste of time.
    4. You lie there like a bump on a log, accomplishing nothing.
    5. When awake, you consciously think
    6. When awake, you move around improving musculature and health.
    7. The End.

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    This thread is still wet from your tears. Let's not get too hasty about this T thing.

    1. No one ever feels the fall into insanity.
    2. I'll give you this one.
    3. A full night's rest can improve memory recollection and test performance. Is that a waste of time?
    4. Dreams have been shown to improve physical performance on real life tasks.
    5. Your brain is more active during sleep than it is while it's awake.
    6. Exercise is just the trigger, recovery and strengthening occur during rest.
    7. Or is it?

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    Yup, case closed. You're a T!

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    No way. I came *thisclose* to repping you apologizing for the "tears" comment. I actually felt guilty for saying that after I said it.

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    You're just saying that! INTJ due to high Te.

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    That argument doesn't make any sense. It's a different function stack and...

    Hold on. It's the old "use a crappy argument so when I inevitably counter it you can use it as further proof of me being a T" trick.

    Very clever, for an F. I may have misunderestimated you.

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