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    There's a strange thing about being depressed that I guess I don't see people talk about much, but I've found that it creates a kind of double life. Sometimes I feel strange interacting with people on campus, because I interact with them in an apparently unremarkable way, people don't seem to suspect anything, but in the back of my head I know I will return home and descend into that state of darkness that, as far as I can tell, would appear as very abnormal to any one of these people if they could observe my life on camera.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Poriferan View Post
    but in the back of my head I know I will return home and descend into that state of darkness that, as far as I can tell, would appear as very abnormal to any one of these people if they could observe my life on camera.
    I am curious to what this behavior would be.
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    Some guy at my school is shaving in one of the school bathrooms. Classy.

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    all the time, i think the USA is stuck in a Jim Crow timewarp....it's only 2014 because it's what they want you to think...
    Good result (vs. Soton)...still have to go #Arsene

    Tengo los conocimientos estardiar....no hay un motivo para estar al tanto de la reunión que sucedió hace mucho tiempo ....

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    He plays on keyboard & mouse on the PC though, which is surprisingly much easier than the console controller. Still, I am sure he'll be just as good on the controller.

    I choose the controller. (for myself)

    I've watched his Battlefield 3 & 4 gameplay videos recently. He's one of those incredibly good players.

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    At work today, opening the post, going through invoices etc...

    Came across some economics magazine of my bosses. Laughed when I saw an article talking about the brains of accountants and what makes or breaks them and it referenced MBTI; talking about how an accountant should be in STJ mode when accounting and then they slip into NFP mode when at ease, but not to confuse the two. But it reminded me that the theory is ultimately a business tool for many and used to filter through the lives of others, not caring what effect this rigid sorting should have.

    And NFP and STJ mode? So it's something you can consciously practice? According to that article it is.....remember people there are no excuses for being sloppy with your P45's and your Sageline entries. If you did, you were being too NFP...be more STJ.

    It's insulting to STJ's and NFP's
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    domain in which it is clear and adequate….
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    I am attracted to power. I crave it so much.

    Everybody has something that they feel passionate about. Some people's lives revolve around love. Others revolve around their careers. Whereas mine involves a deep craving of power

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    Quote Originally Posted by Complexity View Post
    I am attracted to power. I crave it so much.

    Everybody has something that they feel passionate about. Some people's lives revolve around love. Others revolve around their careers. Whereas mine involves a deep craving of power
    Power comes in many forms.

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    I was not kidding.. This guy is incredibly good..

    Would I call it monstrously good as in the case of a God? No.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Poriferan View Post
    There's a strange thing about being depressed that I guess I don't see people talk about much, but I've found that it creates a kind of double life. Sometimes I feel strange interacting with people on campus, because I interact with them in an apparently unremarkable way, people don't seem to suspect anything, but in the back of my head I know I will return home and descend into that state of darkness that, as far as I can tell, would appear as very abnormal to any one of these people if they could observe my life on camera.
    It is usually mentioned in descriptions of how depression appears to others, namely that it is often not recognizable because the depressed hide it behind a veneer of normal communication.

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