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Subject: Re: Retire Early Personality Study Date: 3/21/2000 3:09 PM
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Only pages worth? The "goat roping" event I attended lasted a full week in a hotel with several mandatory evening meetings.

The funniest part of the week was the Soviet style reeducation sessions where they tried to prevent the J's from imposing
inflexible structures on the P's, or stop the T's from ignoring the "feelings" of just about everyone else.

It was hilarious, but I'm glad I'm retired. <grin>

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We did the same. Mine lasted two weeks (day and night with programmed mid-term conjugal visits) in a mountain retreat. Our director was a pretty cool guy and exhorted us, at the beginning of the course, (and referring to the instructors) to "bleed these people for all they are worth." Sorry to see him go. I had a lot of fun with the teachers and I think they were pretty glad to get out of there at the end.
-- John
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