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    Quote Originally Posted by _Poki_ View Post
    lol, and I am ESTP
    ...and?
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    Quote Originally Posted by wheelchairdoug View Post
    ...and?
    and then... and then... ANDTHENANDTHENANDTHENANDTHENANDTHEN....

    I just HAVE to quote Dude, Where's My Car!
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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    and then... and then... ANDTHENANDTHENANDTHENANDTHENANDTHEN....

    I just HAVE to quote Dude, Where's My Car!
    I've never seen that movie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wheelchairdoug View Post
    I've never seen that movie.
    ... and now you have a plan for the evening!

    it's so incredibly stupid that people should watch it in the place of taking drugs... really...
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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    ... and now you have a plan for the evening!

    it's so incredibly stupid that people should watch it in the place of taking drugs... really...
    My plan for the evening consists of a bit of Ventrilo and getting a bit more work done, followed by going to bed in a half hour or so at most.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wheelchairdoug View Post
    My plan for the evening consists of a bit of Ventrilo and getting a bit more work done, followed by going to bed in a half hour or so at most.


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    Don't be sad. Be happy for me hopefully not completely dropping the ball on this semester. The banana can remain sad though. I'm allergic to them, so they deserve to be sad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wheelchairdoug View Post
    Don't be sad. Be happy for me hopefully not completely dropping the ball on this semester.
    not dropping balls is good... but so is occasionally taking an hour off to watch something really dumb and laugh... mostly because happy people are productive people!

    plus, multi-tasking is quite possible
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lark View Post
    Its to do with my sort of awareness, as I understand it a sensor would be spatially aware to the extent that they could list the shops or sorts of buildings that they pass on the way to their workplace, whereas a intuitive would be more likely to pass a builiding they'd passed all along and say "wow, never saw that before" kind of thing.

    By that measure I'm definitely in the intuitive camp, why do you think I'm S? Or is it more to do with the discription of the ESFJ type fitting me as you know me from my posts?
    To me this doesn't sound like a very good discernment between S and N thinking patterns. Mainly because it doesn't make any sense to me.

    Here's an N story just for random's sake:

    Once upon a time I had 2 INFJ employees. We all drove to work one balmy summer morning, greeted each other, and scampered inside. About an hour later a customer came in and said "Wow! Did you see that tree got knocked down in that storm from last night!" Us: What tree? (Me: There was a storm?) We trot outside and the giant 30 foot pine that one has to drive past in order to get into the parking lot, was down quite obviously in the parking lot. But since it didn't affect the narrow range of land needed to be driven past... none of us had noticed.

    There may be a moral to this story, I have no idea. But it's a story. It's a GOOD story. Maybe not Pulitzer good, but it's what I got right now.

    (Btw, if this is annoying you, please let me know. I just saw you post in here and decided to chime in.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lark View Post
    Its to do with my sort of awareness, as I understand it a sensor would be spatially aware to the extent that they could list the shops or sorts of buildings that they pass on the way to their workplace, whereas a intuitive would be more likely to pass a builiding they'd passed all along and say "wow, never saw that before" kind of thing.
    I don't really have to SEE the building... I know that it's there and it's form though... there's something to say for subconscious awareness through peripheral vision and senses that most people are unaware of

    can't base assessments of anything based on awareness necessarily...
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