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http://www.humanmetrics.com/cgi-win/JTypes3.asp

I know this is a silly internet test but I'm ISTJ. Hmmmmmm. icon_biggrin.gif
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I did a very detailed one that I actually have the booklette results of somewhere-- besides the original where I was 51/49...hmmm wonder where that's at. It might be this same one huh...It's designed to determine like your spiritual gifts. Where your strengths lie. I think the conclusion was, must dig deeper (to find them) hahaha

I love that kind of stuff too!! I'll look up both them--Jamie's and yours. Cool.
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post #258 of 265
I've taken a zillion of those tests during my time in corporate america. I put most of them in the category of "giving HR job security".

I go with how Andy Rooney described himself and it's me to a T: I'm a Type A person. What does that mean? It means when you are in your car in front of me .... and the light turns green ...... GET THE HELL OUTTA MY WAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Indy-you are a riot!
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I go with how Andy Rooney described himself and it's me to a T: I'm a Type A person. What does that mean? It means when you are in your car in front of me .... and the light turns green ...... GET THE HELL OUTTA MY WAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!

'Nuff said! icon_biggrin.gif



That's me too!! lol....
post #261 of 265
No not me--I see that person's side too. They have every right to save their gas by taking off slow and dawdling as long as they want. After all it was me the other day who hesitated when the light turned green and lo and behold if I had pulled out that guy who ran the light would have knocked me into next week....

No no, no, I understand you have to get where you're going but they pay taxes too...blablabla blabla

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Dude~~and I'm just warming up too~



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Oh, k8! And just when I was starting to have hope for ya! icon_biggrin.gif
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Oh, k8! And just when I was starting to have hope for ya! icon_biggrin.gif



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Not to stir the pot up again, but after reading thru this "debate" I wanted to throw in my 2 cents icon_rolleyes.gif I think it's all a matter of opinion on what "scratch" really is... to me, completely from scratch would ensue milling your own flour, which you grew in your field along with your vanilla bean, sugar cane, etc. Eggs collected from the chickens you raised... get my point? That is my opinion of completely from scratch.

When I make a cake I add flour, sugar, vanilla, eggs, sometimes cocoa, sometimes sour cream, oil, baking powder, same as what a scratch baker adds...I just happen to also add a box that has some of those ingredients as well. I used to not use a box mix included with my other ingredients for cakes, but now I prefer the taste more with it.
So, what exactly is from scratch? Pretty much everything you buy from the store has preservatives in it. I am assembling the ingredients, mixing it myself and baking it myself... so aren't we all really the same?

That all said, I don't own a biz, I'm a hobbyist that loves decorating. If someone were to ask me if its scratch or box-- well, I would just tell them, it is homemade. That's not lying, it is true, even if it is not actually answering the question icon_smile.gif

K, I'm done, thanks for reading!!
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