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    I do not like walking
    and the more sedentary I am, the worse I feel
    The more I do
    the more I get done the better
    the more physically active, the better

    the more I stand still, and sit, the worse my eyes get. The more it feels like I am damaging them.

    I enjoy running or jogging whenever possible. Including between classes and to get food



    Why are these amazing discoveries? It has to do with being LII.
    Pre-2013 post are written with incomplete understanding.

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    it's a sad day, udp. heh heh.

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    those who are easily shocked.....should be shocked more often

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    The deeper message that I will write more formally of in the future, is,

    that I think many types, based on their predispositions, are limited by them and do not actively push outside of their comfort zones. Imagine if an ILI lived like an ENTj, or an ESTj, or an ISFp for a few days?

    There is a lot of data that could be collected, for one thing.
    And in those experiments, one might actually find out something that they never considered, based on their original or early psychological disposition.


    I do think this process evolves people in terms of their types, but I do no think it necessarily erases their psych type. Unless, of course, they really find another way of living more beneficial - I could see that causing a more severe paradigm shift.
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    *transmits thought waves to udp*

    become esfp

    /out

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    ~~~
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    Holy Mackerel: it seems I also discovered the "to-do" list.

    Map out a whole week of objectives
    daily objectives
    incorporate fitness & academics

    Oh my.
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    Quote Originally Posted by UDP III
    Holy Mackerel: it seems I also discovered the "to-do" list.

    Map out a whole week of objectives
    daily objectives
    incorporate fitness & academics

    Oh my.
    Let me know how that goes, I was thinking of that idea earlier but I'm too lazy to do it. You know what I mean.

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    Yeah, and it sucks, because being active is not nearly as easy as being lazy Doesn't feel nearly as good either; no immediate gratification.

    As for your eyesight, well, follow another LII. Would Aldous Huxley be a sufficient example?

    http://www.iblindness.org/

    http://www.central-fixation.com/

    http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Perfec...ithout_Glasses

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    I returned Brave New World to the library forgetting there was 15 hits shy of a full sheet of acid stashed in the card pocket

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    What library? :wink:

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    the one by my house... it sucked because I went through all kinds of hoops to get the best sheet I could (super clean, super strong) off some raver guys in Tucson (a city thats at least 100 miles from Phoenix) just for new years 2000. Then I fucked up and lost them like that I went back to the library and checked the book on the down low... but no hits to be found... What was I going to do? go up and ask at the counter if they'd found them??? that sucked!

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    Well, if they were blotters, you could've just said that you left a piece of paper in the cover

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    No it was 85 sugar cubes anyways, like I'm going to ask. I guess who-ever found it did have my name, so if they knew what it was they could have easily gotten to me. Either way that was 7 years ago so it's water under bridge as they say... (although in Arizona they have this annoying habbit of not calling you in on police/drug matters until the very last week of the statute of limitations thing ) I'm sure nobody knew what it was though... how many "straights" actually know that acid comes on perferated blotter paper?

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