Bourbon all day.
"I am free of all prejudice. I hate everyone equally" ~ W.C. Fields
Dude.....you gotta be my brother from another mother.....I ****ING LOVE MIDGETS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!It's only cool if it's a dead midget hooker.
Holy **** that Marino cheating thread is cracking me up. I mean, yeah its a crappy situation, but the people on this forum are straight up twisted.
http://espn.go.com/nfl/story/_/id/10...ogical-testing"I'm not here to be a distraction," Pouncey said.
Random question Locke, what do you think about the Myers Briggs test? I took a professional one the other day just because the school was doing it for free and I find that kind of stuff interesting.
I am apparently an ISTP. Moderate I, very strong S, T and P.
I have a hard time seeing you as introverted based on your posts, but I guess that's not always a good indicator. I'm pretty sure I come off as way too serious and lack a sense of humor in my posts, but I know my dry/sarcastic sense of humor just doesn't translate well on forums. The other scores seem pretty accurate to me, though. I'm not a huge fan of it, but I feel like trying to quantify personality is impossible. Most people don't fall into the introvert/extrovert dichotomy that cleanly. Or any dichotomy really. I know the Myers-Briggs tries to compensate for that by adding levels of each score, but it's still too analytical for my taste. People are much more likely to fall along the standard bell curve, with most people being moderately extroverted AND introverted, with the outliers being totally extroverted/introverted. This test makes it sound like the standard bell curve is incorrect and there are many more outliers than there really are.
Admittedly I had to look up the scoring again, it's been a long time since I took a personality class. It's interesting how they try to break down personality into 4 categories, which seems overly simplistic to me. Granted each category is pretty large, but that just lends to the over-generalization of it I think. Personally, I think personality is something that can't be categorized. People are too unique...