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    Quote Originally Posted by Poki View Post
    What if Te and Ti were categorization, Ti is just more thorough.

    Te categorization: if you did XYZ you had a good childhood
    Ti: no, if you did XYZ it means you enjoy the show...blah, blah, blah...you could be beat and still watch the show anyway.

    Ti is much more refined categorization then Te is.
    In this sense, Te is rapid categorization, whereas Ti is methodical categorization. Speed vs refinement is a trade-off.
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    A discussion is two people sharing their understanding, even when they disagree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by uumlau View Post
    In this sense, Te is rapid categorization, whereas Ti is methodical categorization. Speed vs refinement is a trade-off.
    Agree completely
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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    the term sapiosexual bugs me because it seems to be code for i will only date smart people, but 90% of the population thinks they're smart and really it shouldn't even be a catagory it should be yo I like people who are smart. it just seems stupid to me I mean some people i know are very smart but don't think they are so those people wouldn't even take a chance, never mind it comes across as arrogant to say you're a sapiosexual. so if you say you're sapiosexual i would not want to date you because you're probably arrogant as fuck. now if you say i prefer smart girls i still wouldn't have a chance but i would be less likely to think you were a jerk.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MDP2525 View Post


    It is funny to me that my generation rejected labels only to have their children rely on them with such wild tenacity.
    Can I join your generation please?
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so
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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    the term sapiosexual bugs me because it seems to be code for i will only date smart people, but 90% of the population thinks they're smart and really it shouldn't even be a catagory it should be yo I like people who are smart. it just seems stupid to me I mean some people i know are very smart but don't think they are so those people wouldn't even take a chance, never mind it comes across as arrogant to say you're a sapiosexual. so if you say you're sapiosexual i would not want to date you because you're probably arrogant as fuck. now if you say i prefer smart girls i still wouldn't have a chance but i would be less likely to think you were a jerk.
    The company i work for actually has a policy about making up categorizational name or click names.. use the actual words...like...i like smart people. It gets confusing, and leaves people in the dark that may be able to help, and creates "clicks" and generalisations about being smart or knowledgable.
    Im out, its been fun
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    Quote Originally Posted by Poki View Post
    The company i work for actually has a policy about making up categorizational name or click names.. use the actual words...like...i like smart people. It gets confusing, and leaves people in the dark that may be able to help, and creates "clicks" and generalisations about being smart or knowledgable.
    I like this company, sometimes labels are useless and sometimes they do harm. sometimes they're useful and do good the trick is not to label everything in fact label as few as things as possible and only label the things that need to be labeled like chili
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so
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    i cant believe i created a typoC copypasta
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    Man, do these characters have sticks up their asses in The Queen.

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    I could build such a library, even with the books I own, though I'd really like to have some kind of firing range in a huge purpose built basement. Then my life'd be complete

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