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    SJ Random Thoughts on the previous page:

    Fuck this.

    Fuck that.

    Fuck you.

    So concise -- I love it.
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    It's strange. I keep banning morons, but they keep signing up? What is this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    SJ Random Thoughts on this page:

    Fuck this.

    Fuck that.

    Fuck you.

    So concise -- I love it.
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    Should Bill Nye be institutionalized and put in a rubber room or merely tethered to the radiator?
    Anyone got some weed and some nachos?

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    Ok, it appears my left ear lobe may be infected at it looks really gross. And I don't want to try to put earrings back in with it like that, so it looks like I'll have to try to keep my ear hidden behind my hair tomorrow. Blech.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tellenbach View Post
    Should Bill Nye be institutionalized and put in a rubber room or merely tethered to the radiator?
    Let's test it using the scientific method!

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    This is awesome. Yes, sometimes it is an intuition problem -- but sometimes it's a sensing problem. And sometimes it's a lazy af problem.
    What, to you, would be the differences between the three?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ursa View Post
    What, to you, would be the differences between the three?
    Intuition problem: the ESTJs in question not seeing the big picture of what their N subordinates are doing, and therefore not appreciating it enough.
    Sensing problem: Employees of ESTJs not comprehending the S (esp. Si) elements of the job -- sometimes to the point of denying they exist, or denying their importance.
    Lazy af problem: Just not doing anything. Being a slacker.
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    It's strange. I keep banning morons, but they keep signing up? What is this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    Intuition problem: the ESTJs in question not seeing the big picture of what their N subordinates are doing, and therefore not appreciating it enough.
    Sensing problem: Employees of ESTJs not comprehending the S (esp. Si) elements of the job -- sometimes to the point of denying they exist, or denying their importance.
    Lazy af problem: Just not doing anything. Being a slacker.
    Yeah, being an ESTJ too, I tend to hone in on the details and get pissed off when others don't pay attention to them. There are just some things that you MUST pay attention to, like accounting books, facts in arguments, when driving, etc. etc. that involve details.

    You're right that there is always a big picture to things. But it ticks me off when people think in terms of ideals or blow the big picture out of proportion and neglect relevant facts and data. Personally, when someone tells me not to burden them with facts or details, I think they're avoiding an evidence-based approach.

    The reason I asked is because no matter what, details have to be involved somewhere (just like the big picture has to be involved somewhere). No one gets to make a "case" for something in complete general statements, no one gets to do a job without it being appraised, no one gets to gloss over facts, etc. it goes on forever. The way I see it, whether you've neglected sensing or intuition, it's laziness.

    What I don't understand is how it's less lazy to leap to a conclusion via intuition than to become solid on the details. Anyone can make a broad statement about a topic, but it takes time to research the details. I read intuitors say that they come up with a conclusion and then research the details, but that approach seems like it is much more vulnerable to a cherry-pick approach. Why not let the details lead to a conclusion rather than the other way around? "Gut feelings" seem eminently irresponsible.
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    Ok I woke up this morning to find that my dog got poop in my bed.

    What the fuck
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    Quote Originally Posted by /DG/ View Post
    Ok I woke up this morning to find that my dog got poop in my bed.

    What the fuck
    The little shit
    Take what I say with a grain of salt, because that's all it is compared to the ocean of complexity when it comes to actions and real life.
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    Quote Originally Posted by /DG/ View Post
    Ok I woke up this morning to find that my dog got poop in my bed.

    What the fuck
    Big dog or small dog?
    obviously you're going to get nothing from reading this
    I find that the illusions sometimes are more beneficial to my reality than what I project as 'reality'

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