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    Quote Originally Posted by InsatiableCuriosity View Post
    Interesting variety of type across the Eccentric label??? 3 so far
    4... ESTP, ISTP, INTP and ENFP
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    Curiouser and curiouser - seems to sit outside type/temperament/function??? Which reminds me I must go and delete my profile there - last time I did one of their tests I received three emails from VERY odd people - not that I don't like ODD (am after all ODD myself) but these were STRANGE!
    "Study hard what interests you the most in the most undisciplined, irreverent and original manner possible."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moonstone3 View Post
    Awesome! I'm there-with a fully outlined plan...
    I shall be the getaway driver-and I've already taken the license plate off!!!
    MUAH!!!!!
    I want to paint at least one hose..
    Welcome partner in crime We could always paint the license plate too??
    "Study hard what interests you the most in the most undisciplined, irreverent and original manner possible."
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    "Never tell a person a thing is impossible. G*d/the Universe may have been waiting all this time for someone ignorant enough of the impossibility to do just that thing."
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    Your result for The Tri-Variable Personality Test (qualified psychologist) ... Test ...

    The Introspector

    You scored 25Artist, 50 Philosopher, 25 Scientist!

    You are an abstract thinker and probably spend a good deal of time by yourself, or at least, isolated mentally. Much of the way you view the world is relativistic; shades of grey. Right and wrong may exist in extreme forms, but the world is mostly neutral to you. Your lifes purpose is to discover the meaning of your own existence; your tools are rational, self contained ones: Self questioning, criticism, and skepticism. Perhaps you've experienced clinical depression as a result of this arduous search. You may work as a teacher, or in a job that does not require you to pay too much attention (so as to allow for your day dreaming). You can be difficult to deal with in that you are a harsh judge of all things; you cannot tolerate foolishness and can be seen as petty at times or semantical in arguing points that are important to you but may seem meaningless to others. Be careful not to isolate yourself too much - prone to agoraphobia and other forms of social isolation. Examples of Introspective Types: Nietzsche, Heidegger, Sartre Quote from an Introspective Type: "I'm mostly concerned with idea's, human concepts and so forth. I want to understand the limitations of human understanding."

    You scored 25% on Artist, higher than 20% of your peers.
    You scored 50% on Philosopher, higher than 83% of your peers.
    You scored 25% on Scientist, higher than 44% of your peers.


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    The Eccentric

    You scored 40 Artist, 50 Philosopher, 10 Scientist

    You live in a world of vast abstraction and color. You are hardly interested in the mechanics of real life; you are preoccupied with the substance of existence (the story and narrative, the symbolism), and the form and shape which life itself takes. You mix the mystical with the rational, like St. Thomas Aquinas, you find inroads between the sublime and the tangible ... you might have a propensity to let yourself go, though, in different ways. Everyday chores and responsibilities are not high on your list of passions; neither is any kind of "daily ritual" most likely. Your ideal work involves something that combines a medium for self expression (such as writing), with the inherent rationality and inquisitiveness of your philosophical side. You are very youthful in your demeanor. You are a true representative of modern culture and society; with its shifts toward new systems of spirituality which combine ancient mysticism with classic reason. You are not preoccupied with wealth most likely. Examples of Eccentrics: Timothy Leary, Stanley Kubrick, Socrates. Quotes from "Eccentrics": "I am a little unusual, a little different and very unique."

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    The Agile Thinker
    You scored 18Artist, 50 Philosopher, 33 Scientist!

    Your thinking style is such that you vaccilate between building and creating things; pondering their purpose and value. The world is meant to be understood, and its elements are meant to be manipulated to help us on the path to discovering new techniques and methods for uncovering both universal and personal truth. You are vigorous in your mental attitude; putting things in their place and also justifying the science behind them ... while also expending effort pondering how or why the effort was valuable to you or society in a larger perspective. Perhaps you enjoy regimented activities or a great deal of mental activity; math, chess, etc. This is the category of a true intellectual. Examples of Stoic Thinkers: Albert Einstein, Galileo, Carl Sagan. Furthermore: Feedback from these types indicates they are: Highly attentive to detail ... they can come across as quite serious even if they don't intend to! According to other users, this may result in a funny "dry" sense of humor. Quote from another AT: "The first thing people usually notice about me probably my sense of humor." "I'm very independent and in many ways don't really care what others think of me. I can't control what others think or say, only how I react to it."
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    Quote Originally Posted by InsatiableCuriosity View Post
    Welcome partner in crime We could always paint the license plate too??
    Wonderful idea. Consider it done!
    What is normal to one, is incomprehensible to another.

    ALL anger in this world stems from a lack of control.


    All of reality bows to the illusion of life and death.

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    The Modernist
    You scored 35Artist, 35 Philosopher, 30 Scientist!

    I thought this test was pretty unclear in its instructions. It said it was comprised of quotes you had to interpret, but many questions were quotes followed by answers that had nothing to do with the interpretation and instead were about your own personal experience. Yet other questions were not quotes, but questions about yourself. So I wasn't clear about what they were looking for -- my ideas, or what I think the ideas of the quoted people were?

    Anyway, the description fits me, but not entirely.....

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    The Constructor
    You scored 23Artist, 5 Philosopher, 68 Scientist!

    Evidence and proof of the claims of others are very important to you. You probably have a highly developed spatial ability and work in a field such as engineering or mathematics, or which involves those things explicitly. You enjoy building things and discovering what makes them work - you probably took things apart as a child and played with Lego's (building blocks). You are active in exploring the world around you, discovering its intricacies and mechanics fills your mind. You can become highly aloof intellectually; you may find socializing to be boring. Much of your life may revolve around a specialized field like computing, design, research, etc. You demand evidence. You need reasons and explanations to function properly ... you are undoubtedly scrupulous about accepting claims regarding religion. You might find art somewhat difficult to appreciate ... it's also possible that you are an atheist. More so than the other types. Examples of Constructors: Bertrand Russell, Richard Dawkins, Richard Feynman.

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    The Eccentric

    You scored 30Artist, 55 Philosopher, 15 Scientist!
    You live in a world of vast abstraction and color. You are hardly interested in the mechanics of real life; you are preoccupied with the substance of existence (the story and narrative, the symbolism), and the form and shape which life itself takes. You mix the mystical with the rational, like St. Thomas Aquinas, you find inroads between the sublime and the tangible ... you might have a propensity to let yourself go, though, in different ways. Everyday chores and responsibilities are not high on your list of passions; neither is any kind of "daily ritual" most likely. Your ideal work involves something that combines a medium for self expression (such as writing), with the inherent rationality and inquisitiveness of your philosophical side. You are very youthful in your demeanor. You are a true representative of modern culture and society; with its shifts toward new systems of spirituality which combine ancient mysticism with classic reason. You are not preoccupied with wealth most likely. Examples of Eccentrics: Timothy Leary, Stanley Kubrick, Socrates. Quotes from "Eccentrics": "I am a little unusual, a little different and very unique."

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