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April 12th, 2003
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hrafn is going through some of our files, pulling out stuff that is hers. She came across a couple of things, one I recognize and one I don't.

The one I don't recognize is something written by me on the back of some papers that we got when the two of us took a class at the Air Force base where we took the Meyers-Briggs Type Indicator (ENTP for me, if I recall correctly, which is unlikely) (well, I'm sure about the ENT parts (although I was close to the border for E and I), but I forget if I'm P or J). It is:
A beige phone with a post it on the front. Cord twisted slightly. Orange sticker partially hidden byt he hand set. Four rubber stoppers underneath. 12 gray buttons. Little bell symbol below and left of keypad.


The one I did recognize was this a meeting reminder. When I was a freshman in high school, I was in French 2 with a senior (Jon Slock). We had some sort of discussion about which one of us would be more successful in life. So we agreed to meet in that spot in exactly 20 years. It's been 13 years, and I sitll have the paper. I intend to show up in 7 years. I will be very surprised if he does, but you never know.

Update: I jsut Googled for Jon Slock. There appears to be a Jon Slock who is the director of the Catholic Charities Volunteer Corps, based in the Twin Cities. And there is also a Jon Slock who runs marathons and half-marathons in Minnesota and is listed as being 30 years old and from St. Paul. These are probably the same person, and they are probably the person I knew in high school. The age is right, I went to a Catholic school, and he was on the cross country team. Weird. I guess I'll send him an email.

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From:hrafn
Date:April 12th, 2003 09:50 am (UTC)
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You remember correctly. "P" and "J" define whether you put, roughly speaking, work or play first. Think "P" for play (or procrastination). ;) They actually stand for Perceiving and Judging. I'm about dead split between the two, but your strongest score was for P over J.
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