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    Quote Originally Posted by edcoaching View Post
    I didn't write the pages...the author asked if I wanted to take the official version and that's what got emailed to me. Haven't read it...just flipped through to find the scores, of course...
    I know. YOU'RE RUINING MY JOKE!

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    Some sugar water for Mr Flak!

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    It gives me an error message, and when I click "return to the main page," it takes me here: https://survey.breckenridgeinstitute.com/products.bi which lists the online assessments, but none are hyperlinked.

    I need a hero.

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    We all do, but heroine would make it for the start aswell

    substitute still missing
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    I know. YOU'RE RUINING MY JOKE!
    I knew it was a joke :steam:

    I was kinda wondering if the link produced the same lengthy report for everyone, as in he's giving it away right now to create buzz, or what.

    Honest, I do have a sense of humor. At least when I'm rested.
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    Quote Originally Posted by edcoaching View Post
    I knew it was a joke :steam:
    So...You ruined my best joke of the day on purpose, then. I'll be watchin' you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by edcoaching View Post
    I knew it was a joke :steam:

    I was kinda wondering if the link produced the same lengthy report for everyone, as in he's giving it away right now to create buzz, or what.

    Honest, I do have a sense of humor. At least when I'm rested.
    *takes the broom and repeatedly pokes edo's side*
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    poke

    poke

    poke

    xD
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    Propose confining entropie to "drunk" thread LOL.

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    I'm having a really hard time getting to the "essence" of this enneagram thing.

    I read the descriptions (both from the enneagram institute, and the report I got from Breckenridge. I could commit that information to memory if I wanted. The MBTI comes down to a few small essential things (and those things are arbritrary in the model), but the Enneagram starts with an awful lot of seemingly arbritrary stuff.

    Even if this were an empirical model, it doesn't seem fit for human use--maybe a computer simulation, but I don't see direct practical applications for simulation (even is they were accurate).

    Supposedly (according to 16-types.com) the BTI has been validated. I don't know what that means.

    EDIT: Mine was only 12 pages long.

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