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    Free-Rangin' Librarian Jae Rae's Avatar
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    I love the thinking that happens on this forum. I love the openness, creativity and exchange of ideas. I've learned something almost every day since I've joined and greatly expanded my knowledge of the functions. I'm moved by the stories of people trying to make their lives better by participating on this forum via blogs, PMs and posts. And I find the intelligence, introspection and thoughtfulness of so many people, some still in their teens, to be inspiring and mindblowing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jae Rae View Post
    And I find the intelligence, introspection and thoughtfulness of so many people, some still in their teens, to be inspiring and mindblowing.

    Jae Rae
    Absolutely. I think the creativity is amazing here as well. Not that I have been here long but I've honestly enjoyed most everything about it.

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    It has great people. You get to know people better in a week on here than you would in a year in real life, because most of us are more comfortable expressing ourselves. And if people suck I can just put them on ignore. *daydreams about having a rl ignore function*

    EDIT: and eventhough I've put up multiple pictures of myself, I like how it takes away the initial image based judgements
    "You will always be fond of me. I represent to you all the sins you never had the courage to commit."

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    than to serve and obey them. - David Hume

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    Here, I can a) synthesize, b) analyze, c) criticize and d) proselytize.

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    Quote Originally Posted by htb View Post
    Here, I can a) synthesize, b) analyze, c) criticize and d) proselytize.
    MMmmm.... convert me!

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    I'm an interaction junkie. I really like people and I absolutely MUST have diversity. Exchanging ideas is central to my being.
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    The diversity of backgrounds, ideas, beliefs, and yes even personality is what draws me here.

    It is absolutely amazing how different people can be from each other and still be friendly.

    There is also some occasional drama, that I initially found irritating, but now a bit fascinating.

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