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    Quote Originally Posted by sdalek View Post
    Ask Ivey and MacGuffin.
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    Well, it worked on wolf, at least.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivy View Post
    Well, it worked on wolf, at least.
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    Or over-generalised value/moralistic judgements. One thing that never fails to get my goat, is when my ISTJ friend Dave talks about the Clinton/Lewinsky affair. I say it doesn't bloody matter, and what he does in his private life shouldn't affect our assessments of his political/leadership ability, and Dave says that tired old line: "But if you can't trust him to be faithful to his own wife and he'll betray her, how can you trust him not to betray his country?" As if he truly, truly doesn't see any distinction between those two very different types of betrayal, and the two very different sets of weaknesses/preoccupations of which they're manifestations.

    It's the same thing when he'll assert that he wouldn't trust someone who had been caught shoplifting to be left unsupervised in his house, and he doesn't acknowledge that many people see a distinction between taking a bar of chocolate from a huge retail chain, and stealing something from a friend's home.

    Yeah, ignoring subtle distinctions, always gets me mad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by substitute View Post
    Or over-generalised value/moralistic judgements. One thing that never fails to get my goat, is when my ISTJ friend Dave talks about the Clinton/Lewinsky affair. I say it doesn't bloody matter, and what he does in his private life shouldn't affect our assessments of his political/leadership ability, and Dave says that tired old line: "But if you can't trust him to be faithful to his own wife and he'll betray her, how can you trust him not to betray his country?" As if he truly, truly doesn't see any distinction between those two very different types of betrayal, and the two very different sets of weaknesses/preoccupations of which they're manifestations.

    It's the same thing when he'll assert that he wouldn't trust someone who had been caught shoplifting to be left unsupervised in his house, and he doesn't acknowledge that many people see a distinction between taking a bar of chocolate from a huge retail chain, and stealing something from a friend's home.

    Yeah, ignoring subtle distinctions, always gets me mad.
    that's silly.
    1. Clinton DID betray the country, arguably not by cheating on his wife...but through other things.
    2. the only distinction to be made between stealing from a store and stealing from a friend is circumstantial. The iniquity itself is the common thread.
    I don't wanna!

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    Quote Originally Posted by booyalab View Post
    that's silly.
    1. Clinton DID betray the country, arguably not by cheating on his wife...but through other things.
    2. the only distinction to be made between stealing from a store and stealing from a friend is circumstantial. The iniquity itself is the common thread.
    Yeah, just like that
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    On Clinton: a review of print journalism from fourteen years ago confirms that the former president had been identified by most, even before the summer of 1993, as a talented, if vain, showman who won a certain grand prize and wasn't at all sure of what to do with it. Horsing around with an intern was simply one more attempt to make-believe Camelot.

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    Re: Baiting NT's

    "...and they're OFF, out of the starting gate...!"
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    No see, you're playing dirty now. You're baiting me on a thread about baiting NT's, so I can't argue with you, without looking like a fool. So I just have to sit and steam, and let you think you're right and let it look like I've no comeback. Very clever.

    Bastards. :steam:
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    Quote Originally Posted by substitute View Post
    No see, you're playing dirty now. You're baiting me on a thread about baiting NT's, so I can't argue with you, without looking like a fool. So I just have to sit and steam. Very clever. Bastards. :steam:
    Oh, that's what you always say -- how very like an ENTP to blame the rule system for his own flawed position!
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