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    Adventure, boats, weapons and loot. Yeah, it counts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustDave View Post
    Adventure, boats, weapons and loot. Yeah, it counts.
    I can relate to most of that stuff, actually.
    However, I am way too useless to be an ISTP. Like in, touching something and it instantly stops working.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lastrailway View Post
    I can relate to most of that stuff, actually.
    However, I am way too useless to be an ISTP. Like in, touching something and it instantly stops working.
    Nonsense. I break things constantly. How do you think I learned to fix them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustDave View Post
    Nonsense. I break things constantly. How do you think I learned to fix them?
    Haha, that's what happened with my first computer. After managing to connect the monitor with the pins upside-down (and to whoever has heard that this isn't possible: everything is possible)

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    Quote Originally Posted by lastrailway View Post
    Haha, that's what happened with my first computer. After managing to connect the monitor with the pins upside-down (and to whoever has heard that this isn't possible: everything is possible)
    I used to be a hardware tech and accidentally mangled things all the time. So I believe you because I know that anything is possible.

    Incidentally, I once did a very similar thing while replacing a CPU. Man, I was angry but I learned from the experience and became very good at replacing CPUs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lastrailway View Post
    Haha, that's what happened with my first computer. After managing to connect the monitor with the pins upside-down (and to whoever has heard that this isn't possible: everything is possible)
    Just a piece of advice, you will learn by doing. So go break something and then fix it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustDave View Post
    Just a piece of advice, you will learn by doing. So go break something and then fix it.
    I somehow doubt whether my flatmates and people at work would be extremely happy if I followed this advice, however, I like the idea

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    Quote Originally Posted by lastrailway View Post
    I somehow doubt whether my flatmates and people at work would be extremely happy if I followed this advice, however, I like the idea
    Good point.

    What can I say? My friends are so destructive that I don't have to create my own "learning opportunities".

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    Back to the OP for a second. I just thought of one:

    You actually like turbulence because it makes flying more fun.

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    How about breaking things just because they've frustrated you enough after trying to fix them? And people count... although, it's more a fixing of logic. That is, assuming that you cared enough to try and don't just break people to shut them down.. or break them while caring about them, though they'd have no idea. zz

    And you refuse to be typed. Even after you agree you're likely an ISTP, if you've verbalised it. Because who gives a fuck? -- "No-" zzzz


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