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    Quote Originally Posted by heart View Post
    ^He's good looking, dignified and yet he has sensitive look. He's hot.

    Just read "Storm of Steel", "Fire and Blood" or "On the Marble Cliffs" and tell us if that dear Ernst is so "dignified with a sensitive look"..

    As a matter of fact, Jnger is one of the less sensitive, less emotional writer I've ever read. Even when facing true horrors, he's still placid, neutral and contemplative.
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    I'm commenting merely on the physical merits of a man with some pleasant laugh lines, an attractive nose and nice lips. I don't know what he was like in real life, but there's something appealing in the older picture about the look on his face.

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    There's already a thread about him, I guessed him as an INTJ:
    http://www.typologycentral.com/forum...nger-intj.html


    Quote Originally Posted by Blackmail! View Post
    Just read "Storm of Steel", "Fire and Blood" or "On the Marble Cliffs" and tell us if that dear Ernst is so "dignified with a sensitive look"..

    As a matter of fact, Jnger is one of the less sensitive, less emotional writer I've ever read. Even when facing true horrors, he's still placid, neutral and contemplative.
    A true German officer of the Wehrmacht.
    He was quite popular in your country no? Even President Franois Mitterrand honoured him.

    I've always tended to prefer Junger in his later days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackmail! View Post
    Just read "Storm of Steel", "Fire and Blood" or "On the Marble Cliffs" and tell us if that dear Ernst is so "dignified with a sensitive look"..

    As a matter of fact, Jnger is one of the less sensitive, less emotional writer I've ever read. Even when facing true horrors, he's still placid, neutral and contemplative.
    A true German officer of the Wehrmacht.
    I am not offering any endorsements on his character or anything. I am only barely aquainted with him. I am ashamed to say my zeal for historical study ends at about 1840 AD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peguy View Post
    He was quite popular in your country no? Even President Franois Mitterrand honoured him.
    He's certainly a talended writer, even if I do not agree with him, politically speaking. But just like Mishima, you can't say the word "sensitive" applies to him well. You see what I mean?

    I've always tended to prefer Junger in his later days.
    You mean, when he wasn't hating democracy any longer?

    Then, there might be hope for you! :rolli:
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    *throws a bucket of cold water over blackmail! and peguy*

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    I just pretty much think that IS peguy, because it's so etched in my mind for him. Kinda like Berberella and tats.
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    I like Spinoza! I mean, SolitaryWalker's avi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aphrodite-gone-awry View Post
    I just pretty much think that IS peguy, because it's so etched in my mind for him. Kinda like Berberella and tats.
    What??? Berbs doesn't have tats?! Another illusion destroyed!

    Do any other people unconsciously expect people to look a little like their (people) avatars? Even though I knew Colours was female, I still had difficulty separating her from that picture of the guy in the white jeans. And Userhername still appears in my mind like the chick from Crossing Jordan, even though I know what she really looks like. I suppose people imagine me as a little old busker man...never really had thought about that before.

    Wolfy, is the guy in your current avatar someone well-known? Whoever he is, I like him.

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    I hope nobody thinks I look like my avatar!
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