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    Quote Originally Posted by onemoretime View Post
    Sure they're all ENTPs? We're not all that common, you know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    An entp must die alone, there is no other tragic ending nor hope to insanity
    That is absurd advice. *Hands entopie a slice of pizza, but the spiders from his brain steal it first* Sorry, looks as if you'll be hungry tonight.
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    My advice stands be careful, they are insane and if you fall in love with them you'll leave one world.

    You Americans obviously have a different way to fall in love with each other, but lemme tell you this: I vomitted on my hand when I saw the sparkling and then draw ur names in it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lux View Post
    I think people find security in anything they can. I don't understand how you can hate a need to know. It seems to be that wanting to delve into something deeply is a good thing. Knowledge can be bullshit, because it can always be negated by new ideas, but overall, it is what we as humans have. I don't feel we are on the same page, if this isn't going on too long, will you explain? If not, no worries.
    Wondering. Questing. Nothing wrong with that. It is a joyful cleaving to life. Attentive to the great mysteries of existence.

    Answer seeking. Forming conclusions. This is treacherous. Many people lead themselves into the dark waters of certainty and become shipwrecked on submerged things they never saw. What is real is often beyond knowledge. Better to accept one's position of ignorance than to convince yourself that you are in possession of answers.

    I was watching this show on Netflix. An Atheist had to stay with some evangelical Christians. I find Christianity useful, in theory. But, these people were appalling in their misguided certainty. I think this is very natural for humans. Checking off little checkboxes. Boxing in reality.

    Having to have too much control can ruin a person. In many ways. Many times it just creates a storm of negative emotions.
    The problem is. There is always more to control. It becomes obsessive. And, like all obsessions, there is no satiety.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Domino View Post
    Aha! My Trap and Release sterilization program is working!

    Your testicles will never be the same.
    I love your word pictures.
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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    My advice stands be careful, they are insane and if you fall in love with them you'll leave one world.
    I'm not quite understanding who is insane? INFJ's?

    You Americans obviously have a different way to fall in love with each other, but lemme tell you this: I vomitted on my hand when I saw the sparkling and then draw ur names in it
    Wow, you sure have a way of talking to the ladies. You should write greeting cards.

    I'm kidding you know...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Synarch View Post
    I love your word pictures.
    Entropie's vomited again. Who's turn is it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Domino View Post
    Entropie's vomited again. Who's turn is it?
    I prefer the catch and recatch program.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Synarch View Post
    Wondering. Questing. Nothing wrong with that. It is a joyful cleaving to life. Attentive to the great mysteries of existence.

    Answer seeking. Forming conclusions. This is treacherous. Many people lead themselves into the dark waters of certainty and become shipwrecked on submerged things they never saw. What is real is often beyond knowledge. Better to accept one's position of ignorance than to convince yourself that you are in possession of answers.

    I was watching this show on Netflix. An Atheist had to stay with some evangelical Christians. I find Christianity useful, in theory. But, these people were appalling in their misguided certainty. I think this is very natural for humans. Checking off little checkboxes. Boxing in reality.
    Okay this I understand. I agree with this, it goes along with what I was saying in that knowledge can always change. As long as people are aware of that and keep the door of knowledge open, then all is well. When it closes it becomes very dark, but it doesn't even know it is missing the light.

    The problem is. There is always more to control. It becomes obsessive. And, like all obsessions, there is no satiety.
    There has to be. You can make whatever you want to happen, happen. I think people are stronger than they give themselves credit for, every day, all the time. People can be amazing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lux View Post
    I'm not quite understanding who is insane? INFJ's?



    Wow, you sure have a way of talking to the ladies. You should write greeting cards.

    I'm kidding you know...
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