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Dealing with Obnoxious People

Started this discussion. Last reply by John Lee Pettimore Jun 19. 35 Replies

I think this is an interesting and stimulating topic, relevant for the members of the AoM forum. It is about proper responses to annoying behavior and people, what is the "high-road" in dealing with…Continue

Saving Time

Started this discussion. Last reply by John Lee Pettimore Jun 17. 15 Replies

Alright. So you are busy. You have so much to do it is almost ridiculous. You are trying to get the most done in the least time, with all tasks done well. What are some of your personal tips on…Continue

Can Man Become God?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Stuart Charles Jan 20. 68 Replies

By this I mean godlike. Given the limitations of our short lifespans, our intelligence, our limited knowledge, how godlike can a man hope to become in his lifetime, if he desired and aspired to…Continue

Most Succesful Men Today

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rick Shelton Dec 4, 2013. 7 Replies

Recently, I have been thinking about this. You know, there isn't a single authority or central source of information on self-made individuals. There is some information about some notable successful…Continue

 

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John Lee Pettimore replied to Chu Kim's discussion Dealing with Obnoxious People
"Logic just isn't your strong suit. Well, you always have your good looks. Oh, wait..."
Jun 19
Chu Kim replied to Chu Kim's discussion Dealing with Obnoxious People
"Ah...Here is one of them now. Okay, Complaining versus Complimenting...who wins there? Me. Also, groundless Insults versus Thoughtful debate? Who wins there? Oh, me again. Thank You Pettimore for being my practice dummy for this…"
Jun 19
John Lee Pettimore replied to Chu Kim's discussion Dealing with Obnoxious People
"As opposed to a private situation on a public forum? Do you think before you post or does this shit just spew out of your keyboard on its own?"
Jun 19
Chu Kim replied to Chu Kim's discussion Dealing with Obnoxious People
"That is one of the most insightful and helpful advice that I have read in a while on the forum. Get them into a public situation where their incorrectness can be pointed out. Excellent."
Jun 19
Brad Williams replied to Chu Kim's discussion Dealing with Obnoxious People
"Good stuff."
Jun 18
Carl Monster replied to Chu Kim's discussion Dealing with Obnoxious People
"Usually ignore. As for finding offensive, I cannot control anyone's actions, but I can control how I react and feel. See above."
Jun 18
Justin Lillich replied to Chu Kim's discussion Dealing with Obnoxious People
"Always remember that dealing with the obnoxious means that you will have to at time meet them head on in a conflict of wills, minds, etc. Here's the thing: never take them on in a one on one scenario. Always have others around who can witness…"
Jun 18
Pale Horse replied to Chu Kim's discussion Dealing with Obnoxious People
"Ah, thanks. And the bat on Ferngully is a perfect example."
Jun 18
Lucius Artorius Castus replied to Chu Kim's discussion Dealing with Obnoxious People
".... I knew it...."
Jun 18
Jack Bauer replied to Chu Kim's discussion Dealing with Obnoxious People
"I'll mockingly humor them until they switch from amusing to annoying.  After that, I'll typically disengage unless spoken to directly ... at which point my response'll be laconic. JB"
Jun 18
Jack Bauer replied to Chu Kim's discussion Dealing with Obnoxious People
"Yeah .. I think he meant "short-circuited", not "wires crossed".  Close enough. "Wires crossed" typically means miscommunication.  Analog telephones would occasionally malfunction when the wires got…"
Jun 18
Rick Shelton replied to Chu Kim's discussion Dealing with Obnoxious People
""wires are crossed" A tad bit crazy.  Crazy as a loon.  A lunatic. Watch Ferngully and note Robin Williams' character, the bat.  He literally got wires crossed which lead to aberrant behavior."
Jun 18
Adrian Miranda replied to Chu Kim's discussion Dealing with Obnoxious People
"-ignore any of their baiting statements -do not initiate conversation with them -do not allow them to initiate conversation with you -only interact with them in the capacity of work, "hey when can you have this ready"  "is this…"
Jun 18
John Lee Pettimore replied to Chu Kim's discussion Saving Time
"Truth be told I don't give a crap what he does when he's off the can either."
Jun 17
Pope John replied to Chu Kim's discussion Saving Time
"Best way saving time is to plan ahead. Also routines save you some time. Normally I don't like routines but for example, in the mornings routines can save you some time. Figure out the fastest way through your morning tasks and do them the same…"
Jun 17
Regular Joe replied to Chu Kim's discussion Dealing with Obnoxious People
"I love that image. "
Jun 16

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At 8:57pm on February 22, 2013, Shane said…

Why are you necroing three year old threads to yell at a guy?

 
 
 

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Nathanael replied to Tom Ellis's discussion Girlfriends lies and temper
"OP double-posted and the other thread got a bunch of replies, all telling him to get out, but it seems to have been deleted."
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Luke Brown replied to Jack M.'s discussion What book do you think is worth re-reading and why?.
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