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    i seem to be wounded asynartetic's Avatar
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    These threads are silly.
    The effect of life in society is to complicate and confuse our existence, making us forget who we really are by causing us to become obsessed with what we are not. -Chuang Tzu

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    9w8 5w6 4w3 sp/sx

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    I agree.

    I'm likely an INTP, and I mostly listen to Metal (Yngwie, In Flames, Lamb of God, etc.), and Classical/Baroque/similar stuff (Bach, Vivaldi, Saint Saens, Dvorak, etc.)

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    I'm a mix of ENFP, ESFP, and ESFJ. Surprise!
    7w6 - 2w3 - 8w7 sx/so


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    I am every type. Every type is me.

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    I really enjoy classical music and traditional folk music (I do not include Bob Dylan as a folk musician). When I get into a genre, I tend to really get into it. My itunes library is highly categorized and organized.

    I also really enjoy alternative rock, specifically 80s and 90s college rock.

    Everything else I can take or leave.

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