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Posted: Nov 5th 2010 8:43PM heyitsgrace said

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Great article! I Flexibility is definitely key. Just think of how professional actors do it; if something unexpected comes up (someone else botches a line), they just roll with it. Instantly. In character. Sometimes, the spontaneous flexibility is so good that it gets added to the show/film!

So you don't roll your Rs... that's because DUH you fell on your head when you were a kid and now you can't roll your Rs. OH, WOW immersion saved without any trouble.

Anyway, great job!

Posted: Nov 6th 2010 11:58AM JuliusSeizure said

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Well, really, only about half the population want to force their paradigm on others. The rest of us already are flexible and understanding of differences, only getting our backs up about the jerks trying to force people to do things how they want. *shrug* We'd rather have peace and acceptance than influence and flunkies, but hey, if there was only one sort of personality nothing would ever get done.

It's just that the forceful types draw so much more attention that they seem to be the only type of person in evidence. It doesn't help that the calmer sorts who speak up often do so because their patience has worn thin and their evident frustration makes them easy targets to paint as just the same or worse. They don't have that lifetime of practice in manipulation.

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