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    Whisky Old & Women Young Speed Gavroche's Avatar
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    Default Pyramid of Greatness: the awesome lifestyle of ESTJ.

    That's the Pyramid of Greatness. Defines the ESTJ lifestyle. That's just awesome.

    Every INFPs should learn from this.

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    This is amazing!! (Although I would put Haircuts and Wood Working above Buffets, personally.) I love how Romantic Love is in a row with various types of animal protein.

    All the other STJs on here (and our favorite honorary ESTJ, @Halla74 -- and maybe the ENTJs too?) should read this and admire its greatness.

    Edit: I was also reminded of @DiscoBiscuit
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    This is amazing!! (Although I would put Haircuts and Wood Working above Buffets, personally.) I love how Romantic Love is in a row with various types of animal protein.

    All the other STJs on here (and our favorite honorary ESTJ, @Halla74 -- and maybe the ENTJs too?) should read this and admire its greatness.

    Edit: I was also reminded of @DiscoBiscuit
    Lol I posted the pyramid of greatness last year some time.

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    I'm not doing too well in the facial hair department.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SD45T-2 View Post
    I'm not doing too well in the facial hair department.
    But what about suspicion and old wooden sailing ships??
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    But what about suspicion and old wooden sailing ships??
    I guess I'm doing alright. I went to the San Francisco Maritime National Historic Park a few weeks ago after checking out the USS Iowa BB-61 in Richmond. I haven't actually been sailing in ages. I'm more of a whitewater rafting guy. I think I'm a little more cynical than suspicious.

    Now that I think about it, you probably don't have very impressive facial hair either.
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    this is my winter song EJCC's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by SD45T-2 View Post
    I guess I'm doing alright. I went to the San Francisco Maritime National Historic Park a few weeks ago after checking out the USS Iowa BB-61 in Richmond. I haven't actually been sailing in ages. I'm more of a whitewater rafting guy. I think I'm a little more cynical than suspicious.
    Close enough!
    Now that I think about it, you probably don't have very impressive facial hair either.
    I should hope not! Thank god!
    But I do have more poise. :queenie:
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    This is amazing!! (Although I would put Haircuts and Wood Working above Buffets, personally.) I love how Romantic Love is in a row with various types of animal protein.
    The truth doesn't always hurt, but sometimes it is awfully damn amusing. :yim_rolling_on_the_

    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    All the other STJs on here (and our favorite honorary ESTJ, Halla74 -- and maybe the ENTJs too?) should read this and admire its greatness.
    Considering that my ESTJ Father is in my opinion one of the greatest men that has ever lived, and that presence in my life is without doubt the most formative element of the totality of my being with regard to all things (except the gifts my Mother's presence in my life forged within me) - I am beyond flattered to be considered an honorary ESTJ.

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    Edit: I was also reminded of DiscoBiscuit
    Yeah, Disco's got some Sensor in him, but in a good way, and he knows exactly what I'm talking about - because he's my homeboy - and there is a mutual respect and understanding between us that is definitive of our friendship.



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    It's kinda lame...
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    ESTJs rule the world because I mean everyone in the miltary as well as the the entire police force are that type not to mention any kind of government official!

    Well not all of them but I am sure in those groups it is the most common type!

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