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I'd like to say that I need more laziness, since that would imply that I'm hard-working and efficient. This is not the case. I'm plenty lazy, and if there's an existing solution to my problem then I'm using that.

I could probably use more impatience, though, both in the Perlish sense and in the real-life sense. If it takes someone an hour to get my meal to me in a restaurant, then I'll just sit and do other stuff for that hour. I don't believe anyone should ever be in that much of a hurry unless they're on the way to the emergency room.

Hubris? I've got more than my share of that.

Polls! Now here's one we could all use more of. I like knowing what people think about things, and polls are a good way of seeing how my opinions compare to other people's opinions. For some reason I don't understand, my vote usually lands in the one that's 10-11%. But in this case, however it stacks up, my vote is for polls.


In reply to Re: I need more... by been42
in thread I need more... by theorbtwo

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