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    Quote Originally Posted by stellar renegade View Post

    That's when I said, "I can look at boobs and still figure out that 1 + 1 = 2!"

    Our other coworker just rolled his eyes and said, "Stupid!"
    The man of common intelligence ALWAYS fears a GENIUS. Plow forward, good Sir. Just as great artists are not fully appreciated in their lifetime, neither are great thinkers...or...ummm...super-boob fanatics!

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    haha. Naw, he didn't mean it that way, he loves dumb humor just as much as we do, but that doesn't stop him from pointing out how silly it is. Believe me, he's told his share of inane and ridiculous jokes, so much that he doubles us over in laughter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stellar renegade View Post
    Meseri was telling me at work that the word "boob" used to mean a dumb person, and that's why you'd hear things like, "you boob" and "the boob tube" as another name for "the idiot box".
    What do you mean "used to mean?" It still does, you boob!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Halla74 View Post
    Things are relative to me, guaranteed.

    I'd rather be called agnostic than dogmatic anyday!

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    Actually, I was just reading through the book again and found out that when he said the Idealists were dogmatic as opposed to the temperament that was agnostic, the latter was referring to Rationals. It doesn't say it there but it says it under the Rational description. I just assumed Artisan because Artisans and Idealists are supposed to be complete opposites, and because it does seem like we're pretty agnostic. I think it's still true, although for the most part we avoid abstractions. But if we do approach them we'd probably default to our Rational secondary suit anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stellar renegade View Post
    Actually, I was just reading through the book again and found out that when he said the Idealists were dogmatic as opposed to the temperament that was agnostic, the latter was referring to Rationals. It doesn't say it there but it says it under the Rational description. I just assumed Artisan because Artisans and Idealists are supposed to be complete opposites, and because it does seem like we're pretty agnostic. I think it's still true, although for the most part we avoid abstractions. But if we do approach them we'd probably default to our Rational secondary suit anyway.
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    haha, I'm pretty analytical for an Artisan. I kinda like it, though, sometimes. At other times I just have to leave it all behind and scream down the aisle of my WalMart workplace on a lightning-fast rocket cart. hahaha. :yim_rolling_on_the_
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    Quote Originally Posted by stellar renegade View Post
    haha, I'm pretty analytical for an Artisan. I kinda like it, though, sometimes. At other times I just have to leave it all behind and scream down the aisle of my WalMart workplace on a lightning-fast rocket cart. hahaha. :yim_rolling_on_the_
    When I worked at Discount Tire(in a mall parking lot) I tore across a parking lot on a lightning powered jack to save a distressed women from a flat tire

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    i only read half this shit because i'm tired but its not that i pretend i'm everybody. i really am everybody. i really really am. everybody. i am them.

    i have more thoughts on this but i can't concentrate right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by poki View Post
    When I worked at Discount Tire(in a mall parking lot) I tore across a parking lot on a lightning powered jack to save a distressed women from a flat tire
    Good job

    Quote Originally Posted by mattness View Post
    i only read half this shit because i'm tired but its not that i pretend i'm everybody. i really am everybody. i really really am. everybody. i am them.

    i have more thoughts on this but i can't concentrate right now.
    Yeah, I feel the same way. In the most important sense, we're all the same.

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