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    Actually, I wouldn't discredit that so soon. People in ancient India were very intelligent at the time. They might not have called it "genetic science", but they might have had similar knowledge about what we call genetics today.
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    I liked that Singh guy better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sultan of Beans View Post
    I liked that Singh guy better.
    And I didn't - he really didn't do much for the country.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Morning Star View Post
    Actually, I wouldn't discredit that so soon. People in ancient India were very intelligent at the time. They might not have called it "genetic science", but they might have had similar knowledge about what we call genetics today.
    I know that they were very advanced in many areas. What I find laughable is how Modi seems to take religion so very literally, like a child.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Herring View Post
    I know that they were very advanced in many areas. What I find laughable is how Modi seems to take religion so very literally, like a child.
    Well, I don't know about that (though plenty of politicians have had their stupid moments there ), but he is otherwise doing what he can to tackle issues like mass poverty and pollution.
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    Wtf is the difference between INFJ and INTJ?

    I still have a difficult time figuring out between these two. Both are Ni doms and both are similar in lots of ways.

    I think I will just leave my type as INxJ at the moment. Whenever I meet an INFJ in real life, we tend to be very similar in the way we think and the way we view the world, but one big major difference between me and other INFJs is that they are often more outgoing than me. They also seemed to prefer hanging out in groups rather than one-to-one.
    This suddenly makes me wonder if I could be INTJ instead. I mean, there are some INTJs with a well-developed Fi who can appear like INFJs at times.
    Hmm but again I could be an INFJ with a well-developed Ti and this makes me appear like INTJ.

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    Today's Great Moments in Awkward Workplace Racism:

    1)
    "No he's not a good fit for this (editor's note: pro-Israel organization), he's MUSLIM."
    "No, he's Indian."
    "Oh he's INDIAN... Okay then."

    2)
    "I met with (insert potential client's President's name here, who is black) today... He's fast talking... TOO fast talking. VERY well dressed, VERY well put together. Thinks he knows everything."
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    Today's Great Moments in Awkward Workplace Racism:

    1)
    "No he's not a good fit for this (editor's note: pro-Israel organization), he's MUSLIM."
    "No, he's Indian."
    "Oh he's INDIAN... Okay then."

    2)
    "I met with (insert potential client's President's name here, who is black) today... He's fast talking... TOO fast talking. VERY well dressed, VERY well put together. Thinks he knows everything."
    1) He could be a Muslim Indian though yes, I see the point you're making here.

    2) ... Yeah, that's just downright racist, even if whoever said that doesn't see it that way. If it were a white man being talked about in such a scenario, we wouldn't hear such things.
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