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    I've been in freeway accident, so maybe I don't find this line of thought so amusing. I *wish* I'd had 6 seconds.

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    most of that 6 seconds is slowing down along the shoulder and coming to a stop.

    that sucks.
    Don't know how much it'll bend til it breaks.

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    bamboo, that seems very well thought out.
    i think it's interesting that your thought process is a combination of imagining possible scenarios and assessing/responding to the situation. i am more reactionary, and tend to just react rather than consider possibilities. but i think your way of doing it is more balanced, and more effective.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kingfisher View Post
    bamboo, that seems very well thought out.
    i think it's interesting that your thought process is a combination of imagining possible scenarios and assessing/responding to the situation. i am more reactionary, and tend to just react rather than consider possibilities. but i think your way of doing it is more balanced, and more effective.
    imagining possible scenarios is an important part of reacting to the scenario.

    of course, this is all hypothetical. real life involves more blind reaction. however, it should be said that i wrote the above without a whole lot of thought involved - it was all intuitive, and is pretty much the same as what i was thinking about today driving, except in text format instead of visual/feeling. the more you understand something intuitively, the more you react to it so, perhaps.

    i've spent the last few months driving for many hours a day, most days. the way i experience driving, the highway, and traffic is a lot different than most people i assume - it certainly changed for me over time. if you pay attention, you start learning. nothing beats experience.

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    good sex or bad sex?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Julie1962 View Post
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    So ISFP women are just like ISFP men then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bamboo View Post
    imagining possible scenarios is an important part of reacting to the scenario.

    of course, this is all hypothetical. real life involves more blind reaction. however, it should be said that i wrote the above without a whole lot of thought involved - it was all intuitive, and is pretty much the same as what i was thinking about today driving, except in text format instead of visual/feeling. the more you understand something intuitively, the more you react to it so, perhaps.

    i've spent the last few months driving for many hours a day, most days. the way i experience driving, the highway, and traffic is a lot different than most people i assume. if you pay attention, you start learning. nothing beats experience.



    good sex or bad sex?

    LOL .. lack of.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Julie1962 View Post
    LOL .. lack of.
    Seems like there should be some sort of solution to this problem that would benefit both of us.
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    I don't think I could think of my parents and then sex. *giddy laugh*
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    To the three posters following me: that was a joke that went right over your heads. Now I have you all worked up over nothing. *leaves the building laughing so hard that he nearly suffocates laughing.*

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