This is true as regards the second part, not quite so much with the first. Wildcat is usually expressing himself in the way he does for a reason, though I'm sure he'd be the first to admit that he doesn't always succeed in getting it across quite as he would like. As a general rule, a close examination of Wildcat's posts will find a great deal more, and more interesting thought, than meets the eye on first appraisal. Victor generally operates on the converse principle.
It always amazes me how Victor's NFP-riddled fan club doesn't realize his posts always rehash the same rotten cake with a new color of pretty icing.
OMG HE HAS PRETTY LANGUAGE SO I ASSUME THERE MUST BE PROFOUND CONTENT HIDDEN SOMEWHERE IN THERE I LOVE YOU VICTOR!!!!!111111
No one is totally unique.
If you could be anything you want, I bet you'd be disappointed--am I right?
I don't know about his language. I could do without the line breaks, but whatever. To each his own. I'll say he is unique in that he posesses a superhuman level of energy and self confidence - but if that's the case, the world needs a few good men like Victor. The entire world is poorer that such a exemplary individual has lost himself, slavishly devoting that energy to a completely bizarre cause like "Typology Central". I mean, he could rescue kittens or something! Fight nazis and female genital mutililation. All of it! Some of it at least. But not this. He needs to get out there and improve the world for all of us
Victor (gets the award)
to name a few.
Is it that by its indefiniteness it shadows forth the heartless voids and immensities of the universe, and thus stabs us from behind with the thought of annihilation, when beholding the white depths of the milky way?
Maybe we could club together and buy him a ticket to Florida so he can while away his remaining days beneath the Gainesville palms, holding a sandwich board and a permanent one man protest at the evils of Mbti outside the Centre for Applications of Psychological Type. That's his true world-saving destiny, posting on here is merely delaying the inevitable.
He should feel at home in Gainesville too. It's not much different to Canberra as far as I can tell of the latter, though obviously he might struggle with all the Americans around.