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    Okay, this should hopefully be the very last thread I manage to post for today.

    Me being and AVID instigator, I couldn't help but to take my fellow friends idea of a J vs P fight. Much more broad.

    Much more fun.

    Systems or spontaneity. I can't wait to see this

    LET THE EXPLOSIONS BEGIN!!!!!



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    How should this work exactly?

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    Which is better: to perceive to to judge, naturally!
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    J

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    I am a pyro, thus, I will have to go with to perceive is better haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by Antimony View Post
    I am a pyro, thus, I will have to go with to perceive is better haha
    I dunno, both have advantages.

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    P's have spontaneity. Or more. Not so systematic, like I have said.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Antimony View Post
    P's have spontaneity. Or more. Not so systematic, like I have said.
    I execute P lifestyle in a J way.

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    P's are more awesome in general.

    I only need J's so they can make sure I don't break my neck as I jump off a mountain cliff in scuba gear.
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