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Re: The Random Notes Thread

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Someone once said that when you fall in love with someone, everything having to do with the other person’s physical appearance disappears. Of course, because it’s purely psychological.

Or it is simply just you wanting to believe so and so that becomes a reality. This however, doesn’t actually mean that it is necessarily real per se just that it is so because you think it is so. So then the question becomes, “to what degree is belief synonymous to truth?”

Another thing you have to consider is that there’s plenty of people out there that would disagree. :lol:

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Ever notice situations where the guy is old, dumps his old female partner and picks up a younger hotter gal? Well, there you have it.
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Re: The Random Notes Thread

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Evalion - ENTP
It appears Evalion has tested ENTP in the following video:

Evalion Takes a Personality Test
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Post by serenesam » Fri Aug 04, 2017 8:38 pm

INTJ Personality Dissents | MBTI, Carl Jung, Enneagram Dark Side

In the above Youtube video starting at around 8:15, the guy referenced an MBTI manual from 1998 that indicated that the cognitive functions for INTJ were Ni, Te, Fe, and Se contrary to what is typically known today where the tertiary function for INTJ is Fi (instead of Fe). Fascinating!
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Post by serenesam » Sat Aug 05, 2017 2:39 pm

"So all that was great in the past was ridiculed, condemned, combatted, suppressed — only to emerge all the more powerfully, all the more triumphantly from the struggle." – Nikola Tesla

So it looks like Red Ice has adopted a new slogan known as "The past is the future" seen starting at around 3:15 of the following video:

Asian Colonization of Australia
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So why do a lot of Asians like White countries? Is it because of welfare? I don’t think so as I think it has more to do with the criminal justice system and the epitome of what it means to live in a “scary police state.” In terms of MBTI, I blame the paradox of the xSTJ nature where I believe S-types are more mean, psychopathic, sociopathic, evil, sinister, and the like. Some people may argue that xNTJs are the same way but I believe that’s because they have to follow the role model of the world of xSTJs or they wouldn’t have a career. After all, if the game of the world is a dog eat dog world, you have to comply or get eaten. You have to like in the words of Dr. Jordan Peterson, “embrace cruelty or fall victim to it.” So comply or starve. Simple as that. Also, just because someone test as xNTJ doesn’t necessarily mean that they actually are as there’s still the possibility that they really are xSTJ.

When it comes to intuitives and sensors, sensors are more likely to be psychopaths than intuitives.

Source: Which MBTI type is most likely to be a psychopath? (In Fiction)
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Fri Aug 04, 2017 8:38 pm
INTJ Personality Dissents | MBTI, Carl Jung, Enneagram Dark Side

In the above Youtube video starting at around 8:15, the guy referenced an MBTI manual from 1998 that indicated that the cognitive functions for INTJ were Ni, Te, Fe, and Se contrary to what is typically known today where the tertiary function for INTJ is Fi (instead of Fe). Fascinating!
What if some theories are only applied to certain types instead of all 16 MBTI types? So say the above theory applied to INTJs but not ISTJs. The comparison would then be between Ni, Te, Fe, and Se and Si, Te, Fi, and Ne. ISTJs would certainly look more evil than the INTJ. And what happens if the INTJ were to engage in their Dominant-Tertiary Loop? Wouldn't they appear like INFJs due to the Ni-Fe Loop? This would certainly align with the theory associated with the big letters (the theory that negates cognitive functions or simply just doesn't include cognitive functions) in that the T/F dichotomy/dimension is the least differential.
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Post by serenesam » Sat Aug 05, 2017 3:37 pm

Asian-American students Harvard turned down are at the center of the next big fight over affirmative action

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Rich 2 days ago:

Horrible that this kid was rejected and a bunch of blacks were admitted.
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Post by serenesam » Sat Aug 05, 2017 3:58 pm

Colleges are looking for diversity, Montesano explains, and having a learning disability represents a form of diversity.

Source: Learning Disabilities Can Offer College Admission Edge
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When filling out applications, then, students must make the difficult decision of whether to disclose information about their disability to their universities of choice. Telling a college that you have ADHD will never hurt your chances of getting in — it’s illegal for college admissions officers to let this information negatively affect your chances — but in some cases, it might be helpful for the school to know and could actually give you an opportunity to explain aspects of your application that you wouldn’t otherwise be able to. Disclosing this information can help a student to explain a drop in grades from one year to the next, or low SAT scores that don’t seem to measure up with a high GPA.

Source: Learning Disabilities: Applying To College With ADD Or ADHD
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Re: The Random Notes Thread

Post by serenesam » Sat Aug 05, 2017 4:19 pm

One thing I’m so sick and tired of hearing over and over again is the notion that Asians work hard. People make it look like Whites don’t want to work hard. People underestimate biological determinism. Biology supersedes psychology. We don’t have freewill.

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"Go Back To Europe"
Damn, everything after 9:45 is spectacular!
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Re: The Random Notes Thread

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Angelo John Gage - ESTJ
Some people might think he's ENTJ but if you note every single Tweet he's ever made on Twitter, you can see he's an ESTJ.
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