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    I wish people would stop fucking treating me like a child all the time. When I say no, it means no. I don't appreciate the total disregard for my autonomy that I get from some people. And then I'm the bad guy for trying to let you have it your way and do my own thing at the same time. Just stop trying to pressure and control me.
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    Bring on the self serve checkouts please. Here are the items I purchased....

    Bottle of sparkling mineral water
    2kgs of super ripe white peaches
    1 kg of tomatoes, also super ripe and soft
    Carton of milk
    kg of chicken legs

    So why, oh why are you standing the bottles and cartons on end, jamming the soft fruit in the middle and standing a tray of chicken legs with juice leaking out on end? Is it so effing hard to lay the heavy stuff on the bottom and put the bruisables on top? Thanks for bruising 4 of my 10 peaches, causing them to go off super quick. Btw I love raw chicken juice soaking my tomatoes and then spilling out the bottom of my shopping bag and running down my leg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chthonic View Post
    Bring on the self serve checkouts please. Here are the items I purchased....

    Bottle of sparkling mineral water
    2kgs of super ripe white peaches
    1 kg of tomatoes, also super ripe and soft
    Carton of milk
    kg of chicken legs

    So why, oh why are you standing the bottles and cartons on end, jamming the soft fruit in the middle and standing a tray of chicken legs with juice leaking out on end? Is it so effing hard to lay the heavy stuff on the bottom and put the bruisables on top? Thanks for bruising 4 of my 10 peaches, causing them to go off super quick. Btw I love raw chicken juice soaking my tomatoes and then spilling out the bottom of my shopping bag and running down my leg.
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    I worked at a grocery store as a teenager (thousands of yrs back) - meats are never supposed to be bagged with produce. Huge health code violation. I'd bring the bag back if I were you, & get some free replacement tomatoes that are safe to eat.
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    Lot of sore asses in this world (I was owning on my AH-1Z awhile ago). Can't take a God quality for utter annihilation 'aye?

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    Battlefield 3 is packed with them.

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    Asked my INTP 513 dad if he was going to watch a certain critically acclaimed but politically polarizing film (name withheld because it is irrelevant to my rant), and he told me that he refused to ever watch it, because "I don't want to be brainwashed".

    What does it say about you -- your critical thinking ability, your view of your own sense of judgment -- that you are that afraid of opposing opinions? Being open-minded is not going to kill you. It's certainly not going to somehow taint your intellectual purity, because you are not intellectually pure. You are not infallible. You are not right about everything. No one is right about everything. And frankly, if you want to be "right about everything" (that is, as close as you can get to it), then the best way to do it is to always stay on the lookout for things that are more "right" than you. What's that Winston Churchill quote that rose back to fame when it was used in the US "House of Cards": "To improve is to change, and to be perfect is to change often."
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    weep, but I don't
    weep, do
    you?

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    Sounds like something a 6 would say.



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    Quote Originally Posted by JocktheMotie View Post
    Sounds like something a 6 would say.
    His 6 wing is pretty strong. I could see him as 6w5, but he's told me he relates to 5, so I'm rolling with it.

    Edit: I actually may want to ask him to reconsider 6. Looking at the description and I could just as easily see him disintegrating to 3, as to 7.
    and it's nice enough to
    make a man
    weep, but I don't
    weep, do
    you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    Asked my INTP 513 dad if he was going to watch a certain critically acclaimed but politically polarizing film (name withheld because it is irrelevant to my rant), and he told me that he refused to ever watch it, because "I don't want to be brainwashed".

    What does it say about you -- your critical thinking ability, your view of your own sense of judgment -- that you are that afraid of opposing opinions? Being open-minded is not going to kill you. It's certainly not going to somehow taint your intellectual purity, because you are not intellectually pure. You are not infallible. You are not right about everything. No one is right about everything. And frankly, if you want to be "right about everything" (that is, as close as you can get to it), then the best way to do it is to always stay on the lookout for things that are more "right" than you. What's that Winston Churchill quote that rose back to fame when it was used in the US "House of Cards": "To improve is to change, and to be perfect is to change often."
    Somebody once told me, "be open-minded, but not so open-minded that your brain falls out."
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