PM? Threaten to speak sarcastically about him downstairs if he doesn't make a ruling?He doesn't seem to have revisited the thread.
Correct - and the OP sets two: 1. quit your current job and 2. remain unemployed. Those are the only restrictions.Without boundaries surrounding the scenario, the OP is completely meaningless. Of COURSE there are qualifiers. Without qualifiers, answering the question would be like dividing by zero. In order to get a reasonable response, parameters must be set.
it's very possible I'm projecting - as an ENTP, I love the variety and cut-and-thrust of the place, as well as the ability to develop expertise. But I had thought that introverts were also less likely to engage in conflict?No, an introvert is not necessarily an observer. Internet message boards are boons for introverts. Introverts are less likely to enjoy socializing, face-to-face.
I've actually never taken a look at them. I am currently pursing training in advanced Myers-Briggs assessments.
In this poll yes - as I pointed out above, those on the left seem to have an ideological vested interest in demonstrating that people will not cheat a social welfare system, whereas those on the right have a vested interest in demonstrating precisely that fact. In RL, very few are trying to make that precise argument with their own individual choices, and those who morally or ideologically are suspicious or oppose a welfare state are less likely to seek to leverage it than those who approve and encourage it, which is one of the reasons why I argue that this place is not representative. Over the years I've given up thousands of dollars because I felt obliged to stick to my beliefs in my personal life.Actually, if you take a look at the poll numbers... from an ideological standpoint, we see the exact opposite of what you are saying. I don't see anyone on the ideological left voting "yes". Yet, I see a lot of libertarians voting "yes"... or challenging the "no's".
Wait - that wasn't clear from the first post?Just goes to my theory that some have tried to turn this into some sort of "trap" thread.
Or I am correct for the reasons described above - that DP is not representative of GP.Well, there are two possibilities. Either I am right... or I am right about the "trap" based on the ideology of those who voted "yes" when one looks at what you said about the ideologies of how people would vote. Either way, I'm right.