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    [–] TIL that both Karl Marx and Ayn Rand are INTJs PM_me_Venn_diagrams 0 points ago in todayilearned

    Honestly, it's difficult not to assume you hate the mental health community because you yourself likely have been diagnosed with a personality disorder.

    Lashing out at others will not make that any better.

    [–] TIL that both Karl Marx and Ayn Rand are INTJs PM_me_Venn_diagrams 0 points ago in todayilearned

    Using that standard nobody ever had a personality because they're be dead one day.

    It absolutely blows my mind how someone can believe such a ridiculous answer is somehow valid.

    It's really bizarre that so many people can get so angry about a simple personal preference test.

    [–] TIL that both Karl Marx and Ayn Rand are INTJs PM_me_Venn_diagrams 2 points ago in todayilearned

    Hitler was also a long term drug user suffering from PTSD from being blinded by a gas attack, and who fried his brain with hardcore drug use.

    But most of his inner circle hated animals and other human beings in general. So it's actually quite accurate.

    [–] TIL that both Karl Marx and Ayn Rand are INTJs PM_me_Venn_diagrams 0 points ago in todayilearned

    What exactly is the scam? Because all it does is measure personal preferences.

    Nobody makes money, and there is no benefit to anyone involved.

    I highly suspect you were banned from the MBTI community for instability, because it's not normal for people to react explosively to what is just a simple test of preferences.

    What exactly bothers you about that?

    [–] TIL that both Karl Marx and Ayn Rand are INTJs PM_me_Venn_diagrams 1 points ago in todayilearned

    Using those standards, every test in current use is a con as well. Most modern tests take their questions directly from the MBTI.

    All it does is categorize people by preferences and nothing more.

    Judging from your overly emotional results, you were probably banned from an MBTI community for behavioral problems and can't handle it. Is that why you are so greatly offended by a simple test?

    It's literally nothing more than discussing personal preferences.

    [–] TIL that both Karl Marx and Ayn Rand are INTJs PM_me_Venn_diagrams 1 points ago in todayilearned

    It's a measuring tool, nothing more. It doesn't predict anything.

    If it doesn't make sense. It's because you don't understand what it's actually meant to do.

    [–] TIL that both Karl Marx and Ayn Rand are INTJs PM_me_Venn_diagrams 1 points ago in todayilearned

    The problem is that the questions you must answer to get INTJ are almost identical to those on tests that determine if someone is a physchopath, so there are an unusually high number of psychopaths who receive the INTJ type. You can generally tell the difference by who loves or hates animals.

    The MBTI really should add a fifth category for benevolent/malevolent. It's really irritating to be talking to some very intelligent INTJs, and some clearly mentally unstable ones keep interrupting and making every conversation about how mistreating everyone is the solution to all the worlds problems.

    [–] TIL that both Karl Marx and Ayn Rand are INTJs PM_me_Venn_diagrams -3 points ago in todayilearned

    No, it is a measuring tool and nothing else. It does not predict anything. Only determines personal preferences.

    Generally people who distrust the MBTI do so because it makes them feel poorly about their own personal preferences.

    [–] TIL in 1973, Johnny Carson made a joke during his opening monologue of The Tonight Show about an upcoming toilet paper shortage. Although meant to be a joke, the announcement caused a nation-wide panic that created an actual toilet paper shortage. PM_me_Venn_diagrams 6 points ago in todayilearned

    Former truck driver instructor here. This is exactly the reason. Texans resort to conspiracy theories instead of addressing how poorly they treat truckers.

    I've trained several Texans, who all ended up leaving Texas because of how terrible the trucking industry is in Texas.

    Most of them settled in places like Wyoming or North Dakota instead of working for oil companies back home.

    The treatment of logistics employees in Texas is a huge issue that needs to be addressed. In fact, the CEO of my current employer is a Texan who left the state years ago due to the toxic environment for logistics employees.

    [–] Christopher Columbus monument in Baltimore smashed to combat ‘white supremacy’ PM_me_Venn_diagrams 1 points ago in news

    Hate to break it to you, but Italy is in Europe. They're white.

    You one of these people who doesn't count Irish people as white either?

    [–] Christopher Columbus monument in Baltimore smashed to combat ‘white supremacy’ PM_me_Venn_diagrams 2 points ago in news

    Orwell said to stop reading so fucking much into it and that he was writing about media making people stupid.

    Now every moron who never read his book is going around copying exactly what he hated, and doing it in his name.

    Nobody is erasing history. In fact, we have more detailed knowledge than ever.

    [–] TIL that vets who have been in combat are LESS likely to commit suicide. PM_me_Venn_diagrams 4 points ago * (lasted edited 2 months ago) in todayilearned

    Almost like mistreating your support network might have negative effects on them.

    Nothing makes people happier than to be shit on by the people they dedicated years of their life to serving.

    [–] Suspect arrested trying to plant bomb at Confederate statue in Houston's Hermann Park PM_me_Venn_diagrams -10 points ago in news

    Since when are Antifa members registered Republicans?

    Registration data says the only person with his name and age in Houston is a registered Republican.

    [–] Suspect arrested trying to plant bomb at Confederate statue in Houston's Hermann Park PM_me_Venn_diagrams -9 points ago in news

    Yep, the guy was a banking analyst who was obsessed with Tesla and Solar city going out of business, as well as a few about Democrats supposedly lobbying for Iranian terrorists.

    If he's not right wing, he probably thought he could short sell the market by setting off a bomb.

    Somebody already tried the same thing in Europe once.

    [–] Suspect arrested trying to plant bomb at Confederate statue in Houston's Hermann Park PM_me_Venn_diagrams -13 points ago in news

    I need help because you're in massive denial?

    And I didn't say anything about Trump. Get a grip on yourself.

    [–] Suspect arrested trying to plant bomb at Confederate statue in Houston's Hermann Park PM_me_Venn_diagrams -8 points ago in news

    No, that's what makes it a right wing conspiracy. Because it's BS being flung AT them.

    Not a difficult concept to understand.

    [–] Suspect arrested trying to plant bomb at Confederate statue in Houston's Hermann Park PM_me_Venn_diagrams -3 points ago in news

    All facts and evidence are for lunatics, who knew?

    Was Charlottesville also just in my mind?

    You people are desperate as fuck.

    [–] Suspect arrested trying to plant bomb at Confederate statue in Houston's Hermann Park PM_me_Venn_diagrams 3 points ago * (lasted edited 2 months ago) in news

    Really? His blog is full of conspiracy analysis against renewables and other progressive companies, like solar city and Tesla.

    Sounds soooo liberal to me.

    https://schn1eck7.wordpress.com/

    And like I said, it doesn't matter if his mother is liberal. You think there are no conservatives with liberal mothers? What about all the Nazis being disowned by their families?

    Apparently they don't exist anymore!

    [–] Suspect arrested trying to plant bomb at Confederate statue in Houston's Hermann Park PM_me_Venn_diagrams -15 points ago in news

    His mother being an artist suddenly makes him immune from becoming right wing? What kind of argument is that?

    And he posted the article on his blog. Doesn't matter if he wrote it, he was overtly supporting it.

    That's one heck of a weak argument right there.