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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleda View Post
    That must have been an unusually large napkin.
    I carry one with me just in case I ever need to cough up a lung. (And the tag says "Unusually Large Napkin, Inc, (c) 2012"!)

    I mean, it's not supposed to happen... but you just never know.
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    His character hasn't changed at all, yet people are still unsure of his type.
    No one can agree on a type for Jung.
    What is Ni? hundreds of post, and no concrete definition.
    What is the value of a system that is so imprecise?

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    @Jennifer I am wondering what fits your criteria for a Designer Theorizer since you rejected the Victor INTP hypothesis with such force!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Victor View Post
    Rather than knowing my type I would like to know why my soul moves within me. What is it trying to say? Why must it hide during the day? Is it nocturnal like the possums coughing outside my window on cold winter nights?

    My soul slips its moorings when I write. So perhaps it is no surprise I find writing satisfying. But where does my soul go when I am not writing? It doesn't seem to be there - it makes itself scarce. Yes, I only have to sit down for my soul to grab the keyboard.

    So although I am satisfied on the keyboard, I fret my way through the day. I try to figure things out. I try to discipline myself. I even try to socialise. I make jokes and get a laugh and pat the cats and dogs. But I fret and try to fit in.

    Lorca taught us that the ants start to bite the moment we wake. So perhaps I am lucky, lucky to find the ants stop biting the moment I start to write.

    And all I need is someone to write to, and that someone is you, magical you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    I carry one with me just in case I ever need to cough up a lung. (And the tag says "Unusually Large Napkin, Inc, (c) 2012"!)

    I mean, it's not supposed to happen... but you just never know.
    You can make millions by selling those things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaptorWizard View Post
    I am wondering what fits your criteria for a Designer Theorizer since you rejected the Victor INTP hypothesis with such force!
    I think two of the most obvious parts of Victor's personality ever since he joined were the N and the F.

    His inner drummer Fi saturates his post, there is no "detached logic" -- it's all a judgment based on his own personal rules.

    You might as well try to call Kim Kardashian a boy.

    Quote Originally Posted by Aleda View Post
    You can make millions by selling those things.
    Oh.... oh my god... and I just wasted one of them on an online forum thread!

    Well -- at least I have one left I can still sell!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    I think two of the most obvious parts of Victor's personality ever since he joined were the N and the F.

    His inner drummer Fi saturates his post, there is no "detached logic" -- it's all a judgment based on his own personal rules.

    You might as well try to call Kim Kardashian a boy.



    Oh.... oh my god... and I just wasted one of them on an online forum thread!

    Well -- at least I have one left I can still sell!
    I can't believe it either. Try selling it on Ebay. Or maybe you could pass it off as a practical work of art and sell it on Etsy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleda View Post
    I can't believe it either. Try selling it on Ebay. Or maybe you could pass it off as a practical work of art and sell it on Etsy.
    Maybe if I hooked it up to a small pump, it could "breathe", and I could set it up in an artsy shadow box or something while floating in mixtures of water and colored oils.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Maybe if I hooked it up to a small pump, it could "breathe", and I could set it up in an artsy shadow box or something while floating in mixtures of water and colored oils.
    Sounds very creative. Remember to sell it at a ridiculously expensive price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleda View Post
    Sounds very creative. Remember to sell it at a ridiculously expensive price.
    BTW, would you like to buy a lung Resiliently Pliable Glistening Aspiration Device that floats warmly in a glass box of entrancingly explosive scintillations of color? it was intimately loved by its prior owner and well treated; in fact, the owner never said a kind OR brilliant word without it.
    "Hey Capa -- We're only stardust." ~ "Sunshine"

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