81 thoughts on “Compartmentalizing”

  1. This idea? Exists only in drawings and impossibilities.

    You are who you are all the time, my dear Adam. There are no switches that magically turn off parts of who you are just because you want them to turn off. My hope for you is that you live a life where all of those boxes disappear and you can live a life of harmonious unity.

    I found that on a fortune cookie. Yeah, I thought it was weird how it already had “my dear Adam” written on it, too.

    1. @Faiqa, you made me laugh and say “aww” at the same time. I do believe that you can compartmentalize emotions and thoughts to function and to focus on other things in your life, though. So you’re wrong. Again.

    1. @Miss Britt, I really believe that it’s not always bad to do that, though. While it can be good for enthusiasm and happiness to flood into other things you’re doing, it can also have negative effects. I wish I knew for sure which was better, though.

  2. I know you were inspired by the guy who caught the ACORN people giving advise on prostitution.

    I think this is going a little too far on testing the true intelligence of NTSB employees.

    Or maybe not.

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