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    Quote Originally Posted by Cloud of Thunder View Post
    I'm curious why you chose Mother Theresa as an example of how "tricky" good and bad are?
    http://www.population-security.org/swom-96-09.htm
    http://www.fitz-claridge.com/Articles/MotherTeresa.html

    There's plenty of criticism of Mother Teresa online and in various literature. Just look at Ernesto "Che" Guevara. He's seen as a revolutionary hero by some, and a mini Hitler by others.

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    Not really a fan of Christopher Hitchens so I don't particularly care what he has to say. And bringing up Che Guevara is pretty odd. I think he's a 6 though.

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    How is it odd that I bring up Che? We are talking in the context of good and evil, and he is a good example of the blur between the line of "good"/"evil." Also, you are going to disregard all that because you dislike Chris Hitchens? He still makes some decent points, and even if you don't care what he has to say, others have had similar and valid criticism.

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    Well, whatever criticism can be made, valid or otherwise, is more or less moot now. I still think she's the quintessential 2.

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    This thread kind of fails...though I appreciated the OPs attempt
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    This thread kind of fails...though I appreciated the OPs attempt
    I disagree; I don't think it's failed at all. There just seems to be a reluctance to discuss the Heart types in any positive light. I'm wondering why that is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cloud of Thunder View Post
    I disagree; I don't think it's failed at all. There just seems to be a reluctance to discuss the Heart types in any positive light. I'm wondering why that is.
    Im guessing it has something to do with the fact that being emo or mushy and driven to please others/seek approval from others (something that these types at their unhealthiest are quite notorious for) is something many people seem to be uncomfortable with when seeing it in others. Often to the point where they look down on it, and resent having to deal with it. It is understandable, in a way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    Im guessing it has something to do with the fact that being emo or mushy and driven to please others/seek approval from others (something that these types at their unhealthiest are quite notorious for) is something many people seem to be uncomfortable with when seeing it in others. Often to the point where they look down on it, and resent having to deal with it. It is understandable, in a way.
    I hardly think those habits are exclusive to the Heart triad. Who doesn't want approval from others?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cloud of Thunder View Post
    Well, be that as it may, I'm looking for good examples of the Heart types. I have another one: Desmond Tutu, another 2w1.
    A few heart triad members worthy of accolades -- going above and beyond the call...

    Type 2: Barbara Bush, Princess Diana, Mr. Rogers, Mary Poppins
    Type 3: Elvis Presley, Scarlett O'Hara
    Type 4: Judy Garland, Edgar Allan Poe, Van Gogh, Anne Rice
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cloud of Thunder View Post
    I disagree; I don't think it's failed at all. There just seems to be a reluctance to discuss the Heart types in any positive light. I'm wondering why that is.
    Dearest heart triad types,

    You love me in the springtime, when all is green and new,
    You love me in the summertime, when the sky is oh so blue,
    You love me in the autumn, when the leaves are turning brown,
    You love me in the winter, when the snow is falling down.

    How's that?
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