May. 10th, 2006

What I am.

May. 10th, 2006 12:21 am
oneirophrenia: (Contemplative Doctor)
This is pretty close (annotated by me)

you are a THINKER

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  • Your cautiousness, appreciation of functionality, and imagination combine to make you a THINKER.

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  • You have a vivid capacity for imagery that allows you to see beyond your present circumstances.

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  • You like to be sure of yourself before voicing your opinion (Not quite: I sometimes just start babbling in order to refine my own ideas through the input or commentary of others, such as [ profile] popejeremy).

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  • A lot of your time is spent at home, or with the people you care about.

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  • Although you may dream often, you're very aware of how things work, and you value things that work well.

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  • You take comfort in the familiar, and value predictability—and others value those things in you.

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  • Accordingly, you prefer a set routine, and although you often imagine how things can be different, you're hesitant to take risks to change things. (Risks are BAD. They always blow up in my face. So don't ever ask me to risk anything, because I just won't.)

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  • Sometimes you doubt whether you have the ability to face certain challenges, but your practical focus helps you solve most problems.

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  • Because of this, you tend to be more reactive than proactive, thinking thoroughly about the challenges that you face.

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  • You have a broad-based, theoretical understanding of the world that allows you to understand its workings.

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  • You prefer to have time to plan for things, feeling better with a schedule than with keeping plans up in the air until the last minute. (As much as I love The Crawling Chaos, I'm not a big fan of chaos.)

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  • You do your own thing when it comes to clothing, guided more by practical concerns than by other people's notions of style. (Damn right. Fashion sucks.)

    How you relate to others:
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  • Your outgoing personality, your preference for order, and your cautious appreciation of others makes you GENUINE.

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  • You aren't afraid to occasionally be the center of attention. You are comfortable and confident in social situations. (Especially when drunk.)

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  • As a charismatic kind of person, you tend to be energized by other people and enjoy their company.

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  • When other people are upset, you are able to think about the situation rationally, without getting too caught up in their feelings.

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  • At times you find it difficult to understand where other people are coming from, and wish they could just see things the way you do. (Hell is other people. Especially women.)

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  • You are a strongly principled person who believes in right and wrong. This helps you make decisions easily when it comes to moral issues – you don't have to waste time hedging on important values. (There is master morality and slave morality. Master morality recognizes only that which is good and bad.)

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  • In your experience, people tend to get what they deserve. Because of this, you work hard and try to follow your principles in your day-to-day life, knowing that you will be rewarded for your efforts.

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  • You prefer to have time to plan for things, feeling better with a schedule than with keeping plans up in the air until the last minute.

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  • You do your own thing when it comes to clothing, guided more by practical concerns than by other people's notions of style.

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    La Musique

    May. 10th, 2006 12:44 am
    oneirophrenia: (Marv)
    At the top of the list, the music that has been most influential to me...and then the stuff that I listen to constantly. BARELY complete, because I could do this all night...and then then list would be 95 screens long. Anyway, here ya go. )

    I thought there'd be more goth/industrial on there, but there isn't. Weird. I guess I'm fundamentally just a New Waver who happens to like a lot of G/I stuff.
    oneirophrenia: (r0b0t)
    I say again, ROBOTIC TENTACLES!

    I will totally have my own arms removed and replaced with these.
    oneirophrenia: (Contemplative Doctor)
    Women seek mates by pattern-recognition: their brains are hard-wired by evolution to look for men whose faces show signs that they like children and can therefore propagate the species better.

    Me...I despise children. They're allright, I suppose, when they belong to others and can go home at the end of the day--but I absolutely want none of my own. The good of the species can kiss my ass: the sooner we're superceded by thinking machines, the better. And I'd never curse a child with being born with my genes or have to deal with me as a father. That's just a recipe for schoolyard-shooter-at-age-15.

    I've got "useless waste of time" written all over my face.

    Fuck you.

    May. 10th, 2006 11:20 pm
    oneirophrenia: (Marv)
    George W. Bush: "My brudder Jed'd make a fahn Preserdent."

    If this shitpit of a country elects another Bush--if another Bush even runs for the Presidency--I'm moving to Croatia or Romania. The end.

    Also, another "Fuck you" goes out to the Uniontown Herald-Standard. Two days ago, the A/C failed in the composing room where I work. Yesterday, it was almost 95 degrees in there thanks to the heat thrown off by the giant page processors. But, fortunately, it didn't become really unbearable until I was done with my shift anyway--I only left a few minutes early. Today, though...Urgh. When I first arrived, the power was out because a transformer blew, so they told me to come back in tw hours...which was fine, except that when I returned, the composing room was nearly 98 degrees and was full of stifling fumes. See, the A/C hasn't been replaced yet--and the A/C was also our ventilation system, apparently. I was strangling to death within twenty minutes. I left early and told my boss to call me tomorrow and tell me if the A/C/ventilation is fixed...because if it isn't, I'm not even coming in. That place can go fuck itself: I'm not going to make myself physically sick just to do a few ads. I nearly puked on my desk today.

    So now I'm home with a splitting headache and I'm going to bed.


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