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Text 364, 145 rader
Skriven 2006-07-14 21:13:04 av James Bradley (1:134/77.0)
    Kommentar till text 353 av Ardith Hinton (1:153/716.0)
Ärende: Second Thoughts...  3B.
===============================
On or about: 06-23-06  11:20, Ardith Hinton did engage James Bradley rgarding,
but not limited
to: Second Thoughts...  3B.

Trust me, to wait until I post to an English teacher, before I proof my header.


 JB>  place for a woman in a shop is on a calender on the wall.

 AH> Well put!  You do have a nice way with words... [chuckle]. 

Thank you. I do what I can. <-;

 AH> I  notice that our mechanic, for example, has girlie calendars 
 AH> in his shop.  He didn't go out & buy them, though.  Like 
 AH> me, he probably uses whatever cost him nothing as long as 
 AH> he doesn't find the art work objectionable.  The suppliers 

As I recall it, there is a real hierarchy to calendars in the auto biz. I think
it was a Ferrari
published, exclusive work as the pinnacle, and then it filters through the
other manufacturers,
until the lowest on the totem pole uses a Fram calender. Come to think about
it, I don't recall
seeing one at my mechanics shop. I'm sure I just didn't look too hard, but he
doesn't have a wall
full of Sunshine girls either.

 AH> of car parts etc. may think the average mechanic enjoys, or 
 AH> is at least willing to tolerate, such calendars... and they 
 AH> may be right.  But when Dallas checked out calendars as a 
 AH> way of advertising a computer consulting business, he found 
 AH> very few which did not portray semi-nude women.  Since his 
 AH> clients include a variety of people
 AH> ... about half of whom are female... he decided to focus on 
 AH> other options.  :-)
 
I wonder how popular a "Smokin' Pole" firefighters callander would be in a
shop? <G+D> 

Last I heard, 80% of the online communication community was male. (Or something
close to
that.) If he ever returns to the notion, maybe he can cater to sexual
preference. <R f/Cover>

 

 AH> Uh-huh.  So while I dislike reinforcing the 
 AH> stereotype, it is easier sometimes than battling illusions 
 AH> which I probably can't change anyway....  :-)
 
"Can't change" or "Won't change"? Isn't there still a discrepancy in wages?
 
 
 AH> Good point!  I'll ask the first female ambulance driver I

Gees, in my hospital career, I've only small-talked a few. I should have
engaged them in their
experiences as a designated driver. <G>

 AH> meet...  if I ever actually meet one.  I know or know of a number of 
 AH> female rally drivers & race car drivers & taxi drivers, but 
 AH> no female ambulance drivers.  Hmm....  :-)
 
I don't know, but I seem to see a few here. I actually check the drivers out to
see if I find some
eye-candy behind the wheel. Often, the female rides shotgun however. 
 

 JB>  perceive others like they do.

 AH> Exactly.  I may seem rather hard on SJ's & SP's 
 AH> at times, but that's because I'm looking from the 
 AH> outside... and very few of them can explain how it feels 
 AH> from the inside!  Human beings tend to respond more kindly 
 AH> to other human beings who have had similar experiences 
 AH> and/or who think in a similar way.  :-)
 
D'ya think? <ROTF> 

 
 AH>  So if an SP thinks the sign saying "DANGER -- KEEP
 AH>  OUT!" is irrelevant, I can understand that....  :-)
 
 JB>  Because they are more apt to look for proof?

 AH> In some cases SP's may be, but I think it's more that they
 AH> prefer  to live in the moment & operate on impulse.  I'm reminded 
 AH> of a situation years ago in which I intended to discuss 
 AH> what Huck Finn said about how moss usually grows on the 
 AH> north side of trees with a grade ten class.  The lesson 
 AH> ground to a halt when one of my students insisted moss 
 AH> *always* grows on the north side of trees because his Daddy 
 AH> said so.  I read the same story when I was a kid, and 
 AH> checked this theory at the first opportunity.  IMHO moss 
 AH> tends to grow in a shaded spot
 AH> ... which may (or may not) be on the north.  In just two blocks,
 AH> between here  & Nora's old elementary school, I could easily show you
 AH> two  dozen trees with moss growing only on the south.  In the 
 AH> woods where we go camping there are hundreds of trees with 
 AH> moss on all sides.  Huck lived thousands of miles from 
 AH> here.  And Huck was able to make a distinction between 
 AH> "always" and "usually" on the basis of his own experience, 
 AH> where my student & his father apparently weren't.  Now I 
 AH> understand better where these people are coming from.  If 
 AH> some Authority Figure (even a fictitious character) makes 
 AH> an easily memorized assertion, it must be a universal 
 AH> truth... and there is nothing of much importance between 
 AH> "always" and "never".  That's SJ.  I wouldn't count on them 
 AH> if I were lost in the woods!  An SP might be more motivated 
 AH> by the prospect of experiencing a new sensation, and more 
 AH> confident of their own ability to improvise solutions to 
 AH> whatever problems they encounter.  I suspect NT's are more 
 AH> interested in playing with new ideas & more likely than 
 AH> either SJ's or SP's to gather input from various sources.  
 AH> :-)

I need to review, but my mess seemed to swallow my notes. "N" = intuitive, and
"T" = tactile? 

I'll admit, this stuff was starting to make sense, but I've glossed over most
of it by now. A
specialist gave me her blessing, to lift heavy objects. I guess I was blessed
too much, as I over did
it at least twice, and you know what that does to my recollection

I've just finished a book about floor coverings, bought a bunch of old
server-type computers,
been trying to make sense of Linux... ... ... Like I've harped on, my capacity
for memorization is
lacking, and the more pain I endure, the less learnin' gets done.

I think I'll have to stay where I am, and just gather nuggets when I can. I
know I was depending
too much on a dictionary definition as you pointed out long ago, but I'm still
stuck with those.



... I'll TTYL, Ardith.                                James

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