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    Quote Originally Posted by FMWarner View Post
    Anybody else wanna take this one? I already got in one argument today
    I'm still pondering the bovine references.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildcat View Post
    Overthinking? There is no such a thing.
    To think is to be prepared. To think is to do. To do is to win.

    Say, an INT is ill and goes to see a doctor. The INT is prepared. He is in charge. He tells the doctor what pills to prescribe. What measures to take.

    The doctor is first cowed. He obeys. Only then comes the anger, the hurt professional pride, the idea of a refusal. But it is too late. The patient has already left the room.

    Thinking=being prepared. You can not attack the man with authority without the authority over him.

    Authority becomes from being prepared. To know more than the other. Not to cow. To speak out with harshness.
    And then to leave the room while the other one (the ignorant fool) is still talking.


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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Liquid_Laser View Post
    LMAO!
    They have trouble admitting that ENT's are right more often than they are.
    You're right, Laser.

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    Really.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Usehername View Post
    +1 for #1!
    +1 for #2!
    -1 for #3!
    Ahem...
    Quote Originally Posted by The_Liquid_Laser
    3. They have trouble admitting that ENT's are right more often than they are.
    See what I mean?

    Quote Originally Posted by Natrushka
    You're right, Laser.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Veneti View Post
    We don't want to make it large, or have fries with it.
    No more fish & chips?

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    The butter sandwiches are, of course, very small.
    The one who buggers a fire burns his penis
    -anonymous graffiti in the basilica at Pompeii

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    Quote Originally Posted by MacGuffin View Post
    No more fish & chips?
    Fries aren't chips...

    It sucks being INT because

    1) I'm always about 3 steps ahead in my thinking relative to my opponent, I've covered the contingencies, worked out the mitigation aspects and have to wait till the lemmings finally get to the point where I "checkmate" them.

    2) Aspiring to material actualization seems to have lost relevance to self actualization which seems to be a swing between absolutely nailing what I don't like and leveraging what I see as good and just. (We don't like emotions ruling actions, if there's no purpose how is the action defined?)

    3) People are just so damned weak. Bounded by their negativity, lack of motivation and flexible ethics/morals = Path of least resistance.

    It doesn't suck being Elitist though

    Quote Originally Posted by wildcat View Post
    Overthinking? There is no such a thing.
    To think is to be prepared. To think is to do. To do is to win.

    Say, an INT is ill and goes to see a doctor. The INT is prepared. He is in charge. He tells the doctor what pills to prescribe. What measures to take.

    The doctor is first cowed. He obeys. Only then comes the anger, the hurt professional pride, the idea of a refusal. But it is too late. The patient has already left the room.

    Thinking=being prepared. You can not attack the man with authority without the authority over him.

    Authority becomes from being prepared. To know more than the other. Not to cow. To speak out with harshness.
    And then to leave the room while the other one (the ignorant fool) is still talking.
    Yes, you can overthink. Too much thinking about something "irrational" can never lead you to a conclusion, only a large set of plausibility’s, none of which is useful if you've not worked out that the situation was "irrational".

    Uncovering a large set of plausibility’s is great for future perspectives on situations, but can fry your brain in the interim.

    I generally believe that infinite thinking can win the day and overcome all odds (eventually)... however, in some situations (eg relationships) less thinking can be beneficial especially with offset with more outgoing (extroversion)...

    Life is short, don't waste too much of it thinking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Veneti View Post
    Fries aren't chips...
    Hell yes they are!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MacGuffin View Post
    Hell yes they are!
    Hell no they aren't.

    Fries = thin obnoxious things that have a trillion tonnes of salt put on them. Aka McDonalds.

    Chips = thicker potatoe slices. Like fries only thicker.

    Ps: You're biased by virtue of your surname siding with the McDonald clan..

    Pps: Use the sauce, may the sauce be with you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Veneti View Post
    Hell no they aren't.

    Fries = thin obnoxious things that have a trillion tonnes of salt put on them. Aka McDonalds.

    Chips = thicker potatoe slices. Like fries only thicker.

    Ps: You're biased by virtue of your surname siding with the McDonald clan..

    Pps: Use the sauce, may the sauce be with you.
    That's only one kind of fry. Waffle fries are basically cross-sectioned potatoes in a wavy cut. Steak fries are thicker and more delicious than thin fries, like your chips. Seasoned fries are like chips with cajun spices on them. Yum!

    Anyway, they're all fatty, dude, so don't think your chips are in any way superior to other fried foods.
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    -anonymous graffiti in the basilica at Pompeii

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