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Betul Ozmen
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                       ouch  


not so quick please  


Sao=thanks



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ooo wow.. now  in turkish and greek language... omG ... must be on bloody work....
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Isa. Sao is Turkish.
I put it out for you cause is easy to remember.
You would'n want to know the greek thanks.
It is better to hear it than read it.
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ion iiirx vao à Sao....Paulo yup...sofort... na klar aufffiiiiiiiiiiiii
= would you come to Sao Paulo.... Brazil yep  warm and neat.....
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Thank you, friends.  I haven't been on line in a few days.  There could be some time-outs like that for me, for awhile.

I could say more, but, for now, I'll just leave it at that.  You are so appreciated.

It was a really strange and impulsive decision to bring y'all into my "confidence" like that.  I'm still kind of ambivalent about it, but, heck, what's done is done, and you guys are so awesome with your concern that, all things considered, I'm ok with it.

I am someone who prays, too, and you can be sure, I'm giving thanks for you!


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OK Friends.  I've just spent half an hour on the Forum, and I found it very uplifting.  It could be a couple of days before I'm back, but this has been great. You're a terrific bunch, and the BTD is, itself, something to be upbeat about!
And look at the thread on Parsnips, because I/we tend to forget about this very unique bene.


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ion iiirx vao à Sao....Paulo yup...sofort... na klar aufffiiiiiiiiiiiii
= would you come to Sao Paulo.... Brazil yep  warm and neat.....

Hi Isa.
Is it Sao Paolo the next destination for btd meeting?
is to early for me to think about but I thank you for inviting me and... you never know..



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Ahh, B's and being Unique.

Being a classical musician, I am around a lot of unique people at school,... anyone else gone to conservatory? But I do gravitate towards my fellow B-type musicians, which there are a few at my school. I find that it is easier to work on chamber music (music for a small group of instruments) when the other members are of the same blood type. We tend to "just know" how each other will play a line. As for personality, I enjoy that my opinion differs usually from the majority. I am usually the one who likes to crack jokes at the most inappropiate time. My friends tell me that I am very sarcastically funny, but I make sure never to hurt anyones feelings. My jokes usually stay on a superficial level. I enjoy wearing the usual trendy stuff, but changing one or two things to make it, or me,  stand out, for (i.e. eyebrow piercing, tattoo, nothing major though).... I like having slightly not sober discussions on the interpretation of Mahler symphonies, and arguing over why Jacqueline DuPre is just about the best thing to ever happen to music. I am very picky about foods, sometimes, and then other times will eat just about anything without problem. I am always willing to try new foods. Camel meat tastes like sand, by the way. I am usually the one that will go off by myself in foreign countries to find my way around. I definitely fit the lazy B stereotype. I could not see myself doing anything else than music and do not even attempt to go out of that realm,....I know, I am a bad, bad, non-contributing member of society, but, oh well I just feel that life is c**p if you are not happy. I also went to church all while growing up, but stopped going after my freshman year of college. I felt it to be rigid sometimes. I enjoyed some formal aspects of it, but sleep is more important on sunday mornings. I am religious in my heart and mind, but I do not need a church to "keep me going" or anything like that. Not that that is wrong if anyone else needs it. Different strokes for different folks. I am a sleep-aholic, but that could be due to having a lot of toxins in my blood from avoids. Ok, gotta run, have important socializing to take care of... it is friday after all... Have a good Friday night all!!! I will stop in again soon.
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Surprise visit! Can only stay a couple of minutes:Ansonlager, you are awfully charming.  I too have been known to wax eloquent over Mahler... and there is professional musical performance in my own past...Stay with us. Keep us smiling. Drink your milk.


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yay ansonlager... so I am only for 1/2 unique wuu-huuu ok I agree

and ion...good idea...will think about forrrrrr next arrangements


and dear exj_j thatswhy we are all here with big...big..ears and soooo curieuse and
we are not only curieuse but we are all with you... also without any question  
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how about this....

I love to help people out, until the point that they start to take advantage of me or the situation, and then I retreat. OR, I love doing things for people, until it is expected of me,...and then I dont want to anymore. Sound like a B thing? or is it just me?

here is another thing,...I learn much better by seeing something done in action, as opposed to people telling me how to do it. any other B's experience this?
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yes... half of mine

aaand ion.... next meeting with BTD-folks in 07 = same place ...same state .....
*the Butes* in same town... at about 20 of April 2007... juuuuuuuuhhuuuu
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ansonlager:  Can't relate. I'm a giver way beyond the call of duty.  There was even some color personality test link a month or more ago, and I was called "The Giver" by it. Utter ingratitude makes me think twice, however.

Re: Requiring demonstrations rather than descriptions of How To's:  I think we all have certain areas of life where we're quicker studies, and other areas where, on the contrary, we need to take the class or watch the video or have the professional consult.

Isa, mon amie: Je te remercie tes voeux: As for "curieuse", I think it'll be awhile.  My hope is that there will be a truly happy ending, rather than a "band-aid" sort of remedy;  I'll be happy to relate the whole story to my prayer-chain friends when all is really well..and it's not, YET.

No ingratitude here, friends.  Gratitude is what it's ALL about, for me.


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how about this....

I love to help people out, until the point that they start to take advantage of me or the situation, and then I retreat. OR, I love doing things for people, until it is expected of me,...and then I dont want to anymore. Sound like a B thing? or is it just me?

here is another thing,...I learn much better by seeing something done in action, as opposed to people telling me how to do it. any other B's experience this?


Yep that is me But I don´t know if it a B thing, a Leo  or just a generation thing... BUT my sis is the same and she a aLeo B in her 30´s as well....


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exj_j..... mon ami(e)... mon frère  dis moi;-  comment faire, pour nous aimer sur terre...... connais tu cette  chanson? Il y avais un de mes préferés, nommé Enrico
Marcias, un piet noir de l'Algerie, avec une voi superbe.... et il a chanté des chansons
magnifiques..... heard-openers and mind-values....
clarrooooo for that I won't insiste... and ok for your chain ( I am a private-part of it of loooooooooooong-distance ) isa-shut up... ok I do so
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Isa, tu es precieuse, ma chere amie.  La situation est grave.  Je prie chaque jour pour la fortitude, le courage, la foi...je visite dadamo.com autant que possible, pour me rejouir.


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cherie-bibi tu as raison pour cela , et je prie pour toi que la grace et la force et le
pouvoir de Dieux t'aiderons le mieux possible- mais ma bien chère... tu est gatée,
car tu dois te souvenire que les B doivent travailler avec leur possibilités mentales...
alors- hoppà use- les... tu  est plus forte que tu pense
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I can't make up my mind about the helping thing - I always thought that was partly a female thing and partly a cultural thing...

exj_j - lit some candles yest and your name was among those I sent prayers to...Sorry things are hard going - I think there is a lot of shaking up in the world going on,..

Ansonlager - thank you for joining us and adding something to think about.!


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Yay B's.  Isa, you are so right, so in touch with your Bbetter half!  Yes, B's are the great imaginers, the great visualizers... and here I'm so blessed to have a group of such "siblings" praying for me.

And, guess what...things are, temporarily at least, smoothing out.  I'm gearing up for a very trying couple of months, ok? so keep it going, but I have to say, things are looking up!

Last night I was praying, and you all came to mind.  And all I could see in my mind's eye were the typed words and the little yellow flags - and yes, the occasional green or red one, too! - and all the names and the places in the world where I know some of you live, but I was very very grateful.

The best I can hope for is that these trials I'm traversing are leading to something much, much, much better, more solid and appropriate.  Sometimes things are absolutely darkest just before the dawn, and I really hope that's the case here...

Love and peace to y'all!


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I'll have a looky-looky in my tarot-cards
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B & Individuality:  The whole Luddite thing.
Last night I was out very late, and I needed to use the phone for an international call: I don't have a cell phone.  I was having trouble locating a phone (I have a phone card to which I could bill the call).  
And a very nice stranger handed me his phone and said, "Here, you can use this".

And I didn't know how to use his gizmo.  I couldn't impose my ignorance upon him, so, after "trying", I gave it back to him without using it!

At home I still use the phone I rented from New England Bell in the 1970's.  It's still going strong!  Just about 30 years old! And, no, it's not a dial phone.

Sometimes I feel like Lucy Ricardo when I'm up against techno-machinery. "Ricky!!"


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You didn't ask him what  his blod type is?


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Actually, I was the first one in my family to get a mobile phone - but this was because of the job I had not just for the sake of it - it was huge compared to the phone I have now - it took normal AA batteries as a back up!!

I don't think of myself as  a Luddite, but I only bought a CD player less than 2 years ago..I always have to think a)can I afford something b)is it going to be something I'll need or find useful. My sister bought me a DVD player last Christmas otherwise I probably wouldn't have one...glad to have it though!

My youngest sister (who may or may not be a B) has a completely different attitude to these things - and I think it's a generational thing - she is 8 years younger than me.


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