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    no haha. I am a very good card player, in Germany people generally know 4-10 card games. Whats is chess to America, Skat is to Germany. I even wrote the german wikipedia article on "Grand Ouvert" a play form of skat. But when I met americans on this board and found out they are all totally into chess, I got a bit envious. I never had the patience nor the strategical mind to make my head aropund this game and it frustrated me to death to loose a it . A very good friend back then at age 14 taught me the rules and I only beat her once, think she was an intj and I think she let me win. But yea, so much for my chess career, never really played again since then and DONT want to
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    People in Germany also listen to a lot of techno music too, from what I've noticed

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    Ya, we all have our weak spots . What better thing than a brutally tuned up VW Gold and some techno baseline
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    Did the liberty parade thing start in Germany?

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    The Love Parade did start in Germany. Last year it ended in a disaster.

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    Are we talking epic derailment in two pages?

    wierd memory work->Tamagochi->tetris->Starcraft2->thugs->Chess->german techno->Love parade->disaster->death..

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    Yes, epic derail here...

    So you were basically asking what function describes suddenly thinking of the word 'tamagotchi' after talking about the details of the device? That one is kind of tricky because it is Si-ish and Ni-ish at the same time.

    Anyway, back to the derail

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    How can it be Si-ish and Ni-ish at the same time?

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    Because Si would follow a linear path of previous personal meaningful sensory associations and produce the word...and it could suddenly come to Ni in an "aha" moment.

    So it's one or the other, it's just the simple explanation isn't really strong to determine which...but I'm tempted to say Si because you recall the detailed path of how you got there.

    I'm not saying I'm right, that's just my guess.

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    Are you saying going from a contruction beam to googling tamagotchi is a linear thought process?

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