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This is a discussion on Guide to becoming awesome: MBTI Edition within the Articles forums, part of the Announcements category; Originally Posted by Transgressive Lunch Cool, sounds like it was fun. Yeah, it was really fun and I got to ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Transgressive Lunch View Post
    Cool, sounds like it was fun.
    Yeah, it was really fun and I got to see large parts of North America that I probably never would have if I wasn't there during the development of the game. Then President Obama was also involved during the development of the game but only sporadically because he was obviously busy at the time being President and all. :)


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    Oh, cool. Wow, that'd be awesome to get to work with someone like that!

  3. #103

    Quote Originally Posted by Transgressive Lunch View Post
    Oh, cool. Wow, that'd be awesome to get to work with someone like that!
    Yeah, meeting him and the veep was cool as was meeting a lot of fine people who were working on the game. :)


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    Thanks for that, man. I mustn't have seen the post, because the mods managed to merge my Transgressive Lunch account with my old account, this one.

    That's a great clip. I haven't seen the film before. I don't think westerns are as common in New Zealand as they are in the US, though we're all very familiar with Clint Eastwood.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Surreal Breakfast View Post
    Thanks for that, man. I mustn't have seen the post, because the mods managed to merge my Transgressive Lunch account with my old account, this one.

    That's a great clip. I haven't seen the film before. I don't think westerns are as common in New Zealand as they are in the US, though we're all very familiar with Clint Eastwood.
    Ah, I see. Well congrats on managing to get your original account back. You may have some mods you should be thanking. :)

    Yeah, I wouldn't think Westerns are very popular in NZ. Maybe in Australia though. Cool, Clint Eastwood is one of my favorite actors due to his personality. :)


  8. #107

    Quote Originally Posted by Scoobyscoob View Post
    Ah, I see. Well congrats on managing to get your original account back. You may have some mods you should be thanking. :)

    Yeah, I wouldn't think Westerns are very popular in NZ. Maybe in Australia though. Cool, Clint Eastwood is one of my favorite actors due to his personality. :)

    Thanks. Yeah, I'm very happy about it. This account has a lot of history attached to it, and it's the original me.

    Yeah, Australia is kind of like an Americanized New Zealand, so I could see that.

    I heard he's an ISTP on some thread here a while back. He does come across as an I, S, and a T too me; I don't know about the last letter though. My favourite actor is either Rowan Atkinson, John Cleese, or Bill Nighy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Surreal Breakfast View Post
    Thanks. Yeah, I'm very happy about it. This account has a lot of history attached to it, and it's the original me.

    Yeah, Australia is kind of like an Americanized New Zealand, so I could see that.

    I heard he's an ISTP on some thread here a while back. He does come across as an I, S, and a T too me; I don't know about the last letter though. My favourite actor is either Rowan Atkinson, John Cleese, or Bill Nighy.
    Cool then that's great.

    Honestly, I see more similarities with the US and Australia. Although that might be because I've only been to Sydney and Melbourne and not some of the more distinctly British parts of Aussieland. Oh and to some very very strange plains and deserts in the southwestern part of Australia. With New Zealand, I've been to Auckland and Christchurch as well as to many of the smaller localities.

    Yes, Clint Eastwood is definitely an ISTP but has many J qualities. Ah, yes Rowan Atkinson is also an INTP who is often cast into ISTP-like roles. John Cleese and Bill Nighy are both great actors as well as they're both in a lot of English movies I've enjoyed. :) Bill Cleese is ISTJ and Bill Nighy is ENFJ, I believe.

    Oh, also a video:


    :)
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    Me and my family went to Sydney when I was about four. I remember some of it quite well, despite how young I was. I have a terrible memory these days though.

    I live close to Wellington. Wellington is somewhat like Auckland, but smaller and a hell of a lot less busy. I like the huge library, main gallery, and museum there as well as all the countless cafes.
    I've never been to Christchurch though, but I hear it's one of the posher parts of NZ.

    Oh, that's interesting. I wouldn't have guessed they'd be of those types, but they make sense.
    My thought was Atkinson - ISTP; Cleese - INTJ, and I wasn't sure about Nighy, but was certain he was an iNtuitive.
    Monty Python's Flying Circus and the Black Adder series are my favourite TV comedies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Surreal Breakfast View Post
    Me and my family went to Sydney when I was about four. I remember some of it quite well, despite how young I was. I have a terrible memory these days though.

    I live close to Wellington. Wellington is somewhat like Auckland, but smaller and a hell of a lot less busy. I like the huge library, main gallery, and museum there as well as all the countless cafes.
    I've never been to Christchurch though, but I hear it's one of the posher parts of NZ.

    Oh, that's interesting. I wouldn't have guessed they'd be of those types, but they make sense.
    My thought was Atkinson - ISTP; Cleese - INTJ, and I wasn't sure about Nighy, but was certain he was an iNtuitive.
    Monty Python's Flying Circus and the Black Adder series are my favourite TV comedies.
    You should also try visiting the southwestern part of Australia. Some areas look so alien and strange. :)

    Ah, cool I may have visited Wellington and just not have remembered, as my visit to New Zealand was cut short. Most of my time in New Zealand was spent visiting small localities and families living on farms. :) You should definitely visit Christchurch if you like Wellington! :)

    Ah, haven't watched any Monty Python's Flying Circus or Black Adder. I don't watch many comedies, because I find life to be humorous enough. :p

    One of my favorite Westerns I've watched:
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