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11-02-2011 @ 3:40AM
zEagleEye'I don't see being eternally pessimistic as making you more or less prepared than an eternal optimist.Something goes wrong:Eternal Pessimist: I knew it! Uh oh, what bad thing can happen now to make this even worse?Eternal Optimist: Oh well, didn't work out that time, but things can always get better.Something goes right:EP: Oh cool, things went well this time, but I need to be careful because now 'X' might happen.EO: Awesome! Life is Great and there's always hope that it'll get better! How awesome is that?!Neither one of those is more or less prepared for anything...the only difference in my opinion is the pessimist is more annoying when things do go wrong and the optimist is more annoying when things do go right : )
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