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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    Maybe if you cared, you would get it more often?

    I've seen you post on quite abstract and complex subjects here though, Bella.
    Hmm, I don't know what to say to that.
    Why should I care? I don't mean that in a horrible way, it's without attitude. If I had to go through an entire week without one abstract discussion, I don't know if that would bother me. It probably won't. Then again, I must enjoy it on some level if I'm here so often, even though I don't get everything.
    And seriously, I could post on abstract and complex things till I'm blue in the face and actually make zero contribution or sense and just be making a fool of myself. I'm not fishing for compliments.
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    This thread has a lot of potential to become really interesting.
    You can't spell "justice" without ISTJ.

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    What'cha mean, baby, it's already there!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bella View Post
    Hmm, I don't know what to say to that.
    Why should I care? I don't mean that in a horrible way, it's without attitude. If I had to go through an entire week without one abstract discussion, I don't know if that would bother me. It probably won't. Then again, I must enjoy it on some level if I'm here so often, even though I don't get everything.
    Yeah it's not necessarily a bad thing at all that you don't have the strong urge for intellectualism and abstraction. How often do you think or ponder deeper subjects in your head though? Not counting actual discussion. Just wondering.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bella View Post
    And seriously, I could post on abstract and complex things till I'm blue in the face and actually make zero contribution or sense and just be making a fool of myself. I'm not fishing for compliments.
    I certainly really like your posting and your point of view and humor are often refreshing. You're not making a fool of yourself in any of the threads....er...um..maybe the religion threads..jk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bella View Post
    What'cha mean, baby, it's already there!
    Unless it dies out. I hope it doesn't.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    Yeah it's not necessarily a bad thing at all that you don't have the strong urge for intellectualism and abstraction. How often do you think or ponder deeper subjects in your head though? Not counting actual discussion. Just wondering.
    Why is abstraction necessarily "intellectualism"?

    Developing wild connections between marginally-related items (some of the points offered above by others) really isn't anything more than fictive science-speak...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cimarron View Post
    I didn't mind your reply at all, don't feel the need to hold back. Remember, we are seeking to understand here.

    Edit: This is funny, considering I posted this before I saw all the talk about miscommunication...
    I am glad to hear that. But you are not very S aren't you?

    The point of my reply was that our lives literally depend on things we can't sense but they exist for sure since we can use them and we are using them.

    I as for the part about hurt feeling I know that since I do that to other people all the time. (but with good intentions)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    Yeah it's not necessarily a bad thing at all that you don't have the strong urge for intellectualism and abstraction. How often do you think or ponder deeper subjects in your head though? Not counting actual discussion. Just wondering.



    I certainly really like your posting and your point of view and humor are often refreshing. You're not making a fool of yourself in any of the threads....er...um..maybe the religion threads..jk.
    Well, if you put it like that....I certainly don't think my head is filled with bubblegum and candy-floss. But to me deeper issues are often spiritual stuff and to someone else who doesn't believe in God and what not, that might not qualify.

    And, thank you. kissesaloveryouface
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    Quote Originally Posted by Night View Post
    Why is abstraction necessarily "intellectualism"?

    Developing wild connections between marginally-related items (some of the points offered above by others) really isn't anything more than fictive science-speak...
    Oh, I wasn't trying to use them synonymously.

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    1. The system? What system? You mean LIFE?
    2. What's not going to work? Life?
    Why it has to something specific?

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