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    Caged Mah Jongg Solitaire Champion Maveno's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tmduckie
    sorry about that last post! My son bumped my mouse and sent it off without my reply!
    How funny.. I was reading that post and I thought to myself, "Omg, I sure hope this person knows that this has already been said, word for word...Plagiarism!"

    What I was going to say was that it's called neurolinguistic programming. For instance, if you are right handed and you look up and to the right, you are recalling a memory and you can tell if a person is lying as well. There's a lot more to this but I don't have enough space to go into it!
    This sounds super interesting to me...I'm gonna have to go look it up now.


    Quote Originally Posted by aggie01
    He has given so much footage of slober swapping, I don't know if anyone would have enough time to analyze ALL of Jesse's kissing!
    That's funny!
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    Clearly Jesse has no kissing bias. He'll kiss anyone. Heck, he'll even "mack" with Suzie and then send her packing. Mack 'n Pack Palmer...

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    Quote Originally Posted by CalGirl
    Clearly Jesse has no kissing bias. He'll kiss anyone. Heck, he'll even "mack" with Suzie and then send her packing. Mack 'n Pack Palmer...
    Mack 'n Pack Palmer

    Cute...........

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    Quote Originally Posted by CalGirl
    Clearly Jesse has no kissing bias. He'll kiss anyone. Heck, he'll even "mack" with Suzie and then send her packing. Mack 'n Pack Palmer...
    Mack 'n Pack, simply superb!
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    Maybe he's a 31 flavors kind of guy (like Trish) and he's tasting his way through the girls...."Mmmm, that' one's kind of got an after bite", he says and then sends Karen on her way. "This one here is too vanilla", and sends Suzie home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gillio
    Maybe he's a 31 flavors kind of guy (like Trish) and he's tasting his way through the girls...."Mmmm, that' one's kind of got an after bite", he says and then sends Karen on her way. "This one here is too vanilla", and sends Suzie home.

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    How funny.. I was reading that post and I thought to myself, "Omg, I sure hope this person knows that this has already been said, word for word...Plagiarism!"
    I know, I felt like such a dork. My son went running to his room after he hit my mouse. He's only 2 but he loves to just click the mouse and watch what happens! I think I'm going to get a cordless mouse so I can put it up high if I have to leave my desk!
    Scout Gunn was the name of the author of the text we used in college when I took this class. A former co-worker was part of a seminar on it recently and we spent a lot of time discussing it. The one drawback, with reading the facial expressions is that you have to know what hand they write with. I have no clue how an ambidextrous person would fit into that.

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    re: Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP)

    Quote Originally Posted by Maveno
    This sounds super interesting to me...I'm gonna have to go look it up now.
    The originators of NLP are John Grinder and Richard Bandler. If you do a Google on them, you can probably find a ton of information about it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Miss_Griss
    re: Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP)
    The originators of NLP are John Grinder and Richard Bandler. If you do a Google on them, you can probably find a ton of information about it.
    NLP is largely new age pseudoscience. One of its best known disciples, Tony Robbins (you've seen him on TV) is good at selling his techniques as a product for "speaking directly to the unconscious mind," but there is no scientific basis for these claims and no scientific study of their effectiveness (although I'm sure plenty of individuals who paid good money swear by them). Bandler has apparently sued Grinder for millions of dollars. You can read a scientific skeptic's point of view: http://skepdic.com/neurolin.html

    In any case, I didn't mean for this thread to get sidetracked on NLP, or even on what is responsible for the predominance of right-tilted kissers. I was more interested in whether we could use Jesse's unusual tilting tendency to test hypotheses about his interactions with the women. This attempt at science was apparently of less interest than the pseudoscience!
    Last edited by rdpch; 05-01-2004 at 02:18 AM.

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    forget all the technical stuff ... the producers probably told him to lean that way .. same way I imagine a porn director would give directions ..
    'do it this way because we get a better camera angle' ... oh and 'move her hair out of the way '
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