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Re: The Random Notes Thread

Post by serenesam » Thu Mar 29, 2018 8:30 pm

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Donald Trump’s E-S-T-J is really showing if it’s true he’s calling for the death penalty for drug traffickers.
Yep, no ENTJ is going to propose the death penalty for drug traffickers.
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Re: The Random Notes Thread

Post by serenesam » Thu Mar 29, 2018 8:40 pm

I believe I might have talked about the confusion between ENTJ, ESTJ, and ESTP a while ago elsewhere and I feel the need to reiterate that once more. Youtuber Michael Pierce did a great job when he explained the confusion or attempted understanding of trying to differentiate the difference between the ENTJ and the ESTP. The thing is, the confusion is actually much broader in that it includes three MBTI types as opposed to simply just two.
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Re: The Random Notes Thread

Post by serenesam » Thu Mar 29, 2018 8:59 pm

Fragmentalism is the view that reality is not a metaphysically unified place, but fragmented in a certain sense, and constituted by incompatible facts across such fragments.

Source: On Fine’s fragmentalism

Fragmentalism is a view that holds that the world consists of individual and independent objects.[1] The term contends that the world is indeed composed of separable parts, and that it is chiefly knowable through the study of these component parts, rather than through wholes. It therefore stands opposed to holistic interpretations of phenomena.

Source: Fragmentalism - Wikipedia

I have to wonder if to a certain extent/degree, that I could be considered to be a fragmentalist. I mean after all, it does seem to parallel well with the notion of "correlation does not imply causation" down to the minute details.
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Re: The Random Notes Thread

Post by serenesam » Thu Mar 29, 2018 10:03 pm

Presidential elections were held in Russia on 18 March 2018. Incumbent Vladimir Putin won reelection for his second consecutive (fourth overall) term in office with 77% of the vote.

Source: Russian presidential election, 2018 - Wikipedia

Awesome. Go Vladimir Putin!
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Re: The Random Notes Thread

Post by serenesam » Sat Mar 31, 2018 8:13 pm

Telling the difference between an ENTJ chick and an ENFJ chick can be quite easy. The ENTJ chick is likely to engage with you like for example, if you post or have a blog in some forum or something like that, she’ll likely respond to you like on Facebook or something like that if she distrust or is skeptical of internet forums. Yes, doing something like that doesn’t really affect her or that she has no shame if her friends, family, loved ones, associates, and the like see it. She might even embarrass you including the potential that that (no mistype of two words of “that”) might embarrass herself. I don’t know, if an ENTJ chick cares for you, she sort of wants to “react out” to you and so perhaps the word “initiate” might be a good word in describing such acts. Some people in the MBTI community might say that when “someone comes to you,” that’s Extraverted Feeling (Fe) yet it seems like folks with Extraverted Thinking (Te) do the same as well. On the other hand, the ENFJ chick is more passive so like for example, if you click “like” on one of her pictures she posted on Facebook, she might take that picture and replace/apply it as her main profile picture. The ENFJ chick is less likely to “engage” with you but she might leave links, words, and images that are more “broad” as so to indicate that there’s no specificity directed towards you specifically. Everything I’ve said reflects the stereotype and/or generalizations associated with differential behavior among the sexes. See, the ENFJ girl is simply being just that, a typical (or stereotypical) girl that doesn’t usually make the first move. It’s like she’s probably not going to be the one to “ask you out on a date” even if she likes you. She isn’t reflective of being an “initiator.” The ENTJ girl reflects more of a masculine role/aura/energy and so she appears to have no problem to “initiate.” Trial and error doesn’t affect her emotionally (or at least to the degree that it may affect F-types from a comparative context/perspective) and so she’s willing to “try” even if she acknowledges that the end result would/will be negative or that you’re basically and/or essentially hopeless.
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Re: The Random Notes Thread

Post by serenesam » Sat Mar 31, 2018 8:39 pm

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Seriously, I can’t tell the difference between Russian President Vladimir Putin and the fictional character Percy from the television series Nikita. :mrgreen:
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Re: The Random Notes Thread

Post by serenesam » Sat Mar 31, 2018 8:44 pm

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Seriously, I can’t tell the difference between Russian President Vladimir Putin and the fictional character Percy from the television series Nikita. :mrgreen:
Yep, I just remembered that on some place having to do with INTJs, I said something about Putin reminding me of Percy. :mrgreen:
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Re: The Random Notes Thread

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Re: The Random Notes Thread

Post by serenesam » Sat Mar 31, 2018 9:57 pm

Female Thought Criminals

Does Europe even have free speech anymore?
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Re: The Random Notes Thread

Post by serenesam » Sun Apr 01, 2018 8:26 pm

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Re: The Random Notes Thread

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Re: The Random Notes Thread

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Re: The Random Notes Thread

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Re: The Random Notes Thread

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Re: The Random Notes Thread

Post by serenesam » Wed Apr 04, 2018 6:26 pm

To address the question of Jewish overrepresentation, does it matter if Jews are 3% or not in any given population? No.
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