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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemonday View Post

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    Easy. NT men are better, because men are always superior to women. Doesn't everybody know that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG View Post
    Easy. NT men are better, because men are always superior to women. Doesn't everybody know that?
    Haha!
    The question is who would be superior, an NT woman or a non-NT man?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mondo View Post
    Haha!
    The question is who would be superior, an NT woman or a non-NT man?
    Always the man. Always. The worst man is better than the best woman. It's written in every biology book, how do people don't know this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG View Post
    Easy. NT men are better, because men are always superior to women. Doesn't everybody know that?
    Wrong. Men are inhibited by their machismo ego from seeing the bigger cosmic picture. Thus women, especially NT women, are fuller beings in the sense that they have the rationalization of a being not influenced by their emotions but also have the ability to empathize and a point of view not blocked by an ego that parades machismo to hide insecurity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG View Post
    Always the man. Always. The worst man is better than the best woman. It's written in every biology book, how do people don't know this?
    Men are brain-damaged at birth.
    Doesn't everybody know this?
    It's in every biology book.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harlow_Jem View Post
    Wrong. Men are inhibited by their machismo ego from seeing the bigger cosmic picture. Thus women, especially NT women, are fuller beings in the sense that they have the rationalization of a being not influenced by their emotions but also have the ability to empathize and a point of view not blocked by an ego that parades machismo to hide insecurity.
    Not really, a lot of men are living the big cosmic picture, we have trouble "going back to earth."

    I have yet to see a female who could ignore emotion.

    Empathy isn't all too needed for fulfillment.

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    Ah well, I guess it was only a matter of time before this degenerated into a "men are better than women" thread. :yawn:

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemonday View Post
    Ah well, I guess it was only a matter of time before this degenerated into a "men are better than women" thread. :yawn:
    Maybe it was the intermission entertainment (like a Janet Jackson / Justin Timberlake halftime show) and now we can get back to business?

    Quote Originally Posted by Darjur View Post
    Not really, a lot of men are living the big cosmic picture, we have trouble "going back to earth." I have yet to see a female who could ignore emotion.
    Then you need to expand your social circles, dude, or visit a different country with other social allowances.
    In my life, I've seen men who cry consistently as part of their expressions of emotion.
    And I've seen women who are far stoic than most men I have met.
    It might not be a norm, but it happens readily enough.

    We can't really debate what's happening INSIDE of them, that's all speculation.
    But outwardly, your experience apparently doesn't cover the full gamut.
    ('nuff said on that.)
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