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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Here, time for a real-life example:

    What do we make of this at least in regards to Fe (and potentially Fi?):
    It could probably go both ways, but more importantly, she's a stupid F-eeling bitch. 'Nuff said. Karma is for suckers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Noel View Post
    It could probably go both ways, but more importantly, she's a stupid F-eeling bitch. 'Nuff said. Karma is for suckers.
    Preettty sure she's smarter than you, with her MENSA qualifying IQ and all. Just sayin'. And I don't know how literally she meant that; I perceived it as more of an existential, deep conversation on the topic of human interaction, not karma specifically, though she probably did wonder about that. But she said she wondered about it, not that she believed it. I definitely read it as her just putting thoughts out there, not making any definite conclusions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Usehername View Post
    Preettty sure she's smarter than you, with her MENSA qualifying IQ and all. Just sayin'. And I don't know how literally she meant that; I perceived it as more of an existential, deep conversation on the topic of human interaction, not karma specifically, though she probably did wonder about that. But she said she wondered about it, not that she believed it. I definitely read it as her just putting thoughts out there, not making any definite conclusions.
    Perhaps. I'll cut her some slack for "pondering" rather than "believing". I don't doubt that she could of thought of those existential human interactions - I did as well when I read the article. Where is my media circus? Kidding aside, my problem lies in her lack of action. She just reminds me of a person with a "Free Tibet" bumper sticker - it's a marketed passive "belief". If it matters to her so much, why hasn't she actively gone over to make a nationally recognized Tibet a reality? (I'm aware of the philosophical inquiries regarding "freedom" - in this case, sovereignty from China)
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