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    Whereas a thinker would say "this guy screwed us up by not doing his part of the project" and then maybe penalize the person for his actions, I'd say "this guy screwed us up by not doing his part of the project but I can see why that might have happened; that's happened to me before so he deserves another chance".
    This is not fully correct also. The real NT would actually try to understand what went wrong so that it does not happen again.

    But I can see an ST saying and doing that.

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    sometimes when I feel or see that someone else is hurting, It rubs off on me, even though no one can see it, I feel sad as if I were them, on the inside. it's kind of weird.
    Is it that by its indefiniteness it shadows forth the heartless voids and immensities of the universe, and thus stabs us from behind with the thought of annihilation, when beholding the white depths of the milky way?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    This is not fully correct also. The real NT would actually try to understand what went wrong so that it does not happen again.

    But I can see an ST saying and doing that.
    Anyone would want to see what went wrong so that it doesn't happen again. Anyone mature, that is.

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    I just read this and it's kind of related:

    New research shows that in a social network, happiness spreads among people up to three degrees removed from one another. That means when you feel happy, a friend of a friend of a friend has a slightly higher likelihood of feeling happy too.
    Happiness is contagious in social networks - CNN.com

    Damn you NF's are crazy....

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    I just read this and it's kind of related:

    New research shows that in a social network, happiness spreads among people up to three degrees removed from one another. That means when you feel happy, a friend of a friend of a friend has a slightly higher likelihood of feeling happy too.
    Happiness is contagious in social networks - CNN.com

    Damn you NF's are crazy....
    But apparently we can make you feel very happy
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    But apparently we can make you feel very happy
    Or very sad :

    Sadness also spreads in a network, but not as quickly, the researchers found. Each happy friend increases your own chance of being happy by 9 percent, whereas each unhappy friend decreases it by 7 percent. This reflects the total effect of all social contacts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by evan View Post
    Anyone would want to see what went wrong so that it doesn't happen again. Anyone mature, that is.
    I agree, but from what I have seen in life ST has much bigger chance to be pissed of by things like this. That is way I have said what I have said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    Or very sad :

    Sadness also spreads in a network, but not as quickly, the researchers found. Each happy friend increases your own chance of being happy by 9 percent, whereas each unhappy friend decreases it by 7 percent. This reflects the total effect of all social contacts.
    you callin us crazy boy!! :steam:

    haha...yeah maybe a lil...but so are you! and we're happy most the time i think...so we shouldn't be the ones infecting people with the sadness....right? yeah right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by erinavery View Post
    you callin us crazy boy!! :steam:

    haha...yeah maybe a lil...but so are you! and were happy most the time i think...so we shouldn't be the ones infecting people with the sadness....right? yeah right.
    No it's probably not the ENFPs spreading the sadness...

    I got my eye on you INFPs.

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    oh haha...aww sorry my infp friends
    but were watchin you!!
    i'm just kidding...haha
    There can’t be any large-scale revolution until there’s a personal revolution, on an individual level. It’s got to happen inside first.
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