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re-rep: I actually dont engage in the emo manipulation I see some of the others doing. Given I incorrectly projected my mindset onto ENFPs as a group, it really caught me off guard to see how prevalent this is among young enfp women. My mom-an enfp-played this game and lost badly, thus I am somewhat abhorrent of it..
thanx.. i speak the language of science and i am known for my political correctness :-) but i am blunt in criticizing the mainstream. So, some people are fascinated. Some others feel contradicted. But they can't find any convincing counter-argument. They think they will win the academic debate by saying that they disagree. One of them tried to prevent my publication by giving a very negative review (saying it is bs). but it was so apparent that the reviewer was ignorant about the topic, the editor ignored that review. (there was another review which was excellent in terms of constructive criticism/showing that person knew what i was talking about and strongly encouraging publication).
Hey, may I ask your opinion about something that matters to me? (as I am new to personality types). When I present my arguments in a conference or paper, there is always one person who protests fervently without clearr explanation. They tell me they do not agree with me but cannot advance any convincing criticism. Are these guys SF people ?
I vary the avatar between modern and classic versions.
This one has had some good comments.
I was in Paris last year and visited the Rodin gardens where "Le Penseur" is located.
It was well worthwhile seeing.
I agree there are many on this site who relate to the term "Thinker".
Yeah, I bought a bottle of Cragganmore in Nov when it was on sale. I liked the nose but the taste didn't match it, almost like it was diluted in flavor. But after the Islays, everything else is kinda drab by comparison. My wife (fortunately) finished it when she ran out of my (first-class tiny airplane bottles of) GlenLivet.