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    You can still play the j game while being a p its not that hard to do.

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    ^ in fact, sometimes you can beat the Js at the J game

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    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post
    ^ in fact, sometimes you can beat the Js at the J game
    Truth. I have been beaten many a time!
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    We have a game?
    And so long as you haven’t experienced this: to die and so to grow,
    you are only a troubled guest on the dark earth

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    Exactly.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jixmixfix View Post
    You can still play the j game while being a p its not that hard to do.

    how's that work?

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    It's all capabilities, none of which this stuff really measures.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Il Morto Che Parla View Post
    how's that work?
    Be punctual, fake your smiles, and wear some expensive clean cloths.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jixmixfix View Post
    Be punctual, fake your smiles, and wear some expensive clean cloths.
    I do that already. Aftershave as well. I brush 4 times a day and use mouthwash and my hair is cut every month. Don't think has anything to do with being J though.

    I used to work at a place where everyone made a to-do list every morning and had to report back to the team their every move for the rest of the day. Everything had to be followed exactly accoridng to procedure and prescribed timng. Every detail had to be 100% correct and on time. All day, every day. I went MAD.

    THAT is the J game IMO! Not just the basic like dressing and being punctual.

    Luckily I changed jobs, now I do sales and marketing where P's can excel!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Il Morto Che Parla View Post
    I do that already. Aftershave as well. I brush 4 times a day and use mouthwash and my hair is cut every month. Don't think has anything to do with being J though.

    I used to work at a place where everyone made a to-do list every morning and had to report back to the team their every move for the rest of the day. Everything had to be followed exactly accoridng to procedure and prescribed timng. Every detail had to be 100% correct and on time. All day, every day. I went MAD.

    THAT is the J game IMO! Not just the basic like dressing and being punctual.

    Luckily I changed jobs, now I do sales and marketing where P's can excel!
    LOL, I am so far off from being J its not funny. I dont even say bye half the time, I just leave. I usually have MANY side projects where no one really has a clue "everything" I do as I help people without making it known, dont really take credit for alot of things because I really should have been 100% focused on something else in the first place. Yet when I tell my boss "no worries, I will make sure it is done on time" he knows he can trust me.

    The P game is running all over the place as if your head was cut off making the J process look like its stuck in slow motion and enjoying every bit of doing it(running around, not making the J process look slow). And then things slip through the cracks, are forgotten or missed and then all of a sudden the J rules and law comes down. So you slow down for a bit until your back up to the P game all over again.

    LOL...thats kinda like my driving. Get a ticket, slow down for a bit(thats after the initial this is friggin stupid, I know what I am doing...lets go 130MPH, fish tail around turns, etc. to show that I can). Then you slowly start going faster and faster, (In my 20s that continued until your average highway speed is around 100), then you see a cop, slam on your breaks and he gets you going 80-85(15-20 over) and you are like...holy crap that was close. And he asks "did you realize you were going 80" and you wanna say, "no my speedo was dropping so fast I didnt know what speed I was going when you clocked me". I seem to get a ticket every 1-2 years like clock work. Just enough time to be able to take defensive driving or adjudication and get if off my record every time. And no I dont get into wrecks much and the ones I was in were not from driving fast and nothing more then minor fender bender...one bent the fender so much it almost got ripped off, but hat wasnt my fault, I had a green light, I was only going 5 over and the guy turned right out in front of me. Almost took out the little girl in the back seat, but I whipped my wheel quick enough to clip there car and bend my fender at a 90 degree angle. was only going 40 that time. I am not stupid and dont go through intersections at retarded speeds.
    Im out, its been fun

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