>>515477 In my case, I'd like to think I have changed a lot over the past 5 years, but I guess I wouldn't know since I don't have an objective 3rd person perspective So either I was similar enough to my old self for them to still like, or they just also like me as my new self with all my changes both cool and are two different good paths your day might go
Yeah, that's a good point. As far as people go, I feel like if they want to like me, pretty much whatever I present will probably be likable, providing it's not a sheer contrast from what they're expecting.
i wonder if my old friends would still want to hang out with me if i was dead
>>515478 I can sympathize though. They got back in contact with me by talking to my brother on facebook, and I let him give them my number, since I don't really have many vehicles of communication. The period between giving out my number and the moment they actually called me was really terrifying. I was pacing the length of my house running over the the "what ifs" and if giving out a phone number was too much or something in that situation, or if I was too pretentious in responding to a facebook inquiry with my number, or something. I am glad it paid off but that period of time was really, really stressful.
>>513211 Yeah, familiarity with the method is an important step in creating a programmed method for solving them.
like I can see that position can only be either 7 or an 8. but I can't decide if it is a 7 or 8 until it I get more information maybe I can use that? Like store that it can either be a 7 or 8 and when enough information is found fil l it in. but I wonder how you store that sort information while then moving on to the next one. the brain does a lot of stuff when you think about it.