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    I thought it was about time I introduced myself. I am ISFP. I live in Japan. I am thirty nine and have two kids. I've been living in Japan on and off for ten years. I'm from NZ. I like powerlifting and other strength sports. My favourite sport to watch is motor racing.

    Nice to meet you.
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    Revelation Lauren Ashley's Avatar
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    Lol.

    After 5,000 posts. You finally think it's time.

    Oh yeah -- welcome.

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    Awesome.
    () 9w8-3w4-7w6 tritype.

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    Hello, wolfy. Welcome to Typology Central.

    What are you hoping to learn here? If you want to know something specific about MBTI, Enneagram, or Socionics, I might be able to point you in the right direction.

    So, what made you move to Japan? What is it like there? What kind of issues did you face in adjusting from New Zealand culture to Japanese culture?

    Does powerlifting involve electronic weights that change their mass dynamically? And how does one race a detached motor that isn't connected to anything?

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    Nice to meet you Wolfy, make yourself at home.
    Act your age not your enneagram number.

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    What type of racing do you prefer?


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    I love the Japanese people. The only thing more than the Japanese people I love is when Godzilla steps on them (hopefully he will get a few New Zealander too).

    Seriously though, love Japanese culture
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    Quote Originally Posted by spamtar View Post
    I love the Japanese people. The only thing more than the Japanese people I love is when Godzilla steps on them (hopefully he will get a few New Zealander too).

    Seriously though, love Japanese culture
    Spammy, your so weird.

    My sister is obsessed with with Japan. She's trying to get $8,000 to be an exchange student over there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Athenian200 View Post
    Hello, wolfy. Welcome to Typology Central.

    What are you hoping to learn here? If you want to know something specific about MBTI, Enneagram, or Socionics, I might be able to point you in the right direction.
    Thanks, I'll keep that in mind.

    So, what made you move to Japan? What is it like there? What kind of issues did you face in adjusting from New Zealand culture to Japanese culture?
    I chased my then girlfriend now wife here. I didn't have any problems culturally. NZ and Japan are both island cultures. More similar than different.

    Does powerlifting involve electronic weights that change their mass dynamically? And how does one race a detached motor that isn't connected to anything?
    Powerlifting is F=MxA where M is high and A is low. The idea in motor racing is to limit what the motor is attached to, just a motor would be the ultimate yet unrealistic vision. AKA auto racing, smarty pants.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lauren Ashley View Post
    Lol.

    After 5,000 posts. You finally think it's time.

    Oh yeah -- welcome.
    It takes me awhile to warm to people.

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    What type of racing do you prefer?
    Touring, rally, drag racing.

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    Awesome.
    Thanks for that most awesome welcome.

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    Nice to meet you Wolfy, make yourself at home.
    I will. Can I chew on that leftover pork bone from the roast last night?

    Quote Originally Posted by spamtar View Post
    I love the Japanese people. The only thing more than the Japanese people I love is when Godzilla steps on them (hopefully he will get a few New Zealander too).

    Seriously though, love Japanese culture
    I enjoy living in Japan and I like the culture. I'm a kiwi at heart though. No matter how long I live away from home.

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