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1213 'The Confirmation Polarization' (January 17)


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1 minute ago, legacy99 said:

If i remember correctly sheldon wanted amy working with him because her work wasn't as important as his

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Well, that's Sheldon and some times his Sheldon is going to show. That's what the writers have created. (I don't remember this season too clearly) He's still learning but have come a long way

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Well, that's Sheldon and some times his Sheldon is going to show. That's what the writers have created. (I don't remember this season too clearly) He's still learning but have come a long way
Jmo but sheldon will always want to be right no what the subject or the person he's talking to

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Just now, legacy99 said:

Jmo but sheldon will always want to be right no what the subject or the person he's talking to

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Sorry but just can't predict the future He's always open to change ( Are you a half empty glass kinda a person--just wondering) 

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5 minutes ago, legacy99 said:

Jmo but sheldon will always want to be right no what the subject or the person he's talking to

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If he insists he is right, he's still the jerk he always was, nothing has changed.

If he bends to being wrong, they have changed him to much.

Sometimes, there is no winning with this character.

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Sorry but just can't predict the future He's always open to change ( Are you a half empty glass kinda a person--just wondering) 
Are we talking about the same sheldon being open to change personally I think I have a very positive view on life it just makes life easier

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1 minute ago, legacy99 said:

Are we talking about the same sheldon being open to change personally I think I have a very positive view on life it just makes life easier

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Sure

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2 minutes ago, legacy99 said:

You don't me but the last stressful thing I did was bury my wife 9 years ago As a result of that nothing is that important or stressful anymore

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I'm sorry for your loss. I hope you find something--if you know what I mean--something that is important

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I'm sorry for your loss. I hope you find something--if you know what I mean--something that is important
Thank you. I actually enjoy this my problem is that I'm not nearly as articulate as most people on this site

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1 minute ago, legacy99 said:

Thank you. I actually enjoy this my problem is that I'm not nearly as articulate as most people on this site

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No, you're more than you know, I think you get your point across.¬†ūüėČ

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52 minutes ago, Stephen Hawking said:

It was their project.

Yes, but he had no right to go behind her back and have her removed from her project so his can get done. At the very least he should have consulted with Amy prior to sticking his over sized head, nose and ego into Amy's work. That is called common courtesy and respect which are two things that Sheldon nothing about! In Sheldon's mind, if it's good for Sheldon, it's good for everybody!

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11 minutes ago, chucky said:

Yes, but he had no right to go behind her back and have her removed from her project so his can get done. At the very least he should have consulted with Amy prior to butting his over sized head, nose and ego into Amy's work!

He thought it was what she wanted. Siebert didn't know she knew nothing about it. Sheldon's not the first husband in the world to do something like that and he's not a man overloaded with awareness of what others feel. He's got to learn to ask or Amy's going to use up a few rolling pins over the years.

On 3/10/2019 at 7:56 PM, chucky said:

No, for them it's infatuation. 

I think it's more than that now. Sheldon respects Amy a lot more than he used to. 

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Just now, joyceraye said:

He thought it was what she wanted. Siebert didn't know she knew nothing about it. Sheldon's not the first husband in the world to do something like that and he's not a man overloaded with awareness of what others feel. He's got to learn to ask or Amy's going to use up a few rolling pins over the years.

It doesn't matter what he thought. To me all he thought was his project is more important than hers. As I said the condescending jerk should have talked to Amy before opening big mouth without the slightest idea of what Amy wanted.

4 minutes ago, joyceraye said:

He thought it was what she wanted. Siebert didn't know she knew nothing about it. Sheldon's not the first husband in the world to do something like that and he's not a man overloaded with awareness of what others feel. He's got to learn to ask or Amy's going to use up a few rolling pins over the years.

I think it's more than that now. Sheldon respects Amy a lot more than he used to. 

I respect your opinion, it's just not mine!

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