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  1. Sarea
    Today 09:22 AM
    Sarea
    It's easier to ask the differences between T/F and S/N. I am still learning about all these function stacks myself, there are threads in the MBTI subforums where the differences are unravelled though.
  2. Sarea
    chances are most of them are SJs [since SJs are said to be more common], so feel free to ask my opinions on how to deal with them.
  3. Sarea
    Today 07:39 AM
    Sarea
    The ark scene, where he/what's-her-name got tied and he told her to close her eyes as the soldiers got attacked by the spirits coming out of the ark. Also young Indy in the train scene, and later when he encountered the guy who dressed like he's now. I also liked the Hitler scene...


    Edit:

    Marion. Can't believe i forgot her name, sorry.
  4. Sarea
    Today 07:16 AM
    Sarea
    Me too...i felt the same thing, not just the Coliseum, but the other places. You're lucky you managed to be in Rome at such a young age. The Sistine Chapel truly floored me, especially the tapestries.
  5. Sarea
    Today 07:12 AM
    Sarea
    What were amongst your most favourite Indy scenes?
  6. Sarea
    Today 07:04 AM
    Sarea
    The first time i touched a sarcophagus in the Egyptian museum, I was so excited and couldnt believe i finally managed to be there. Before that, i was numb walking near the pyramids in Giza. My best time of all, was when i climbed the Acropolis and touched the parthenon. I just can't explain how i feel. It was so surreal.
  7. Sarea
    Today 06:38 AM
    Sarea
    Indiana Jones?

    Not only that, my grandfather worked as an archeologist's assistant for a museum, and he always took me to his workplace there.

    By the way, I'm in the built environment industry currently, not archaeology. The latter is a passion which i embark in every now and then.
  8. Sarea
    Today 06:20 AM
    Sarea
    I have a very strong passion in archaelogy as well.
  9. Sarea
    Today 06:04 AM
    Sarea
    You have high regards for Patrick Stewart or Jean Luc Picard himself?
  10. Sarea
    Today 05:57 AM
    Sarea
    okay.

    There are situations when i am submissive, and i like being that way. It takes the heavy weight out of trying to act so 'masculine' all the time, especially when at work.
  11. Sarea
    Today 05:35 AM
    Sarea
    What is your opinions of women who work in male dominated industry, as in holding high positions...are they too competitive or are they too independent?
  12. Sarea
    Today 05:34 AM
    Sarea
    I am not quiet but neither am i loud and boisterous, that part you're correct. I think I am a very calm, cool and composed person. But one who doesnt hesitate to speak her mind when situations warrant them.
  13. Sarea
    Today 05:30 AM
    Sarea
    this sounds Dom-like.

    Are you one?
  14. Sarea
    I am intrigued as to why you perceived me as "quiet".
  15. Sarea
    If they are not entirely submissive, what would be the modifications applied to ensure they become truly submissive?
  16. yes
    Yesterday 08:38 PM
    yes commented on Meyers Briggs Reliability and Validity
    Don't assume you see as many INTJs on this forum at people's typing suggests... It's very much a hype-type. Everyone wants to be Sherlock.
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  18. Sarea
    Yesterday 05:45 PM
    Sarea
  19. WoodsWoman
    Yesterday 04:38 PM
    WoodsWoman commented on The Vent Thread
  20. Sarea
    Yesterday 11:07 AM
    Sarea commented on Post pictures representing your personal style
    the pic I posted?

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