I'm hesitant to take supplements for the most part. I read in Skeptic Magazine that the benefits of taking fish oil for heart health is inconclusive, and potentially hazardous in people who haven't already been diagnosed with heart disease. He then equated it to insulin, saying that just...
Re: Did discovering you where an INTP help you?
I took a trip down memory lane as I read the description at INTP.org. Suddenly I was thinking about many different incidents, types of behavior, and the dynamics of my past relationship. A webpage written by someone I have never met had me...
Bill Hicks has been my favorite for a very long time. I could see someone de-throning him. I just haven't found anyone that was quite as good at both intelligent political humor as well as dick jokes. He died too young.
So who is you favorite comedian?
Ick! There is just somethings about the term Bright that I don't like. I think it's the implication that atheists are smarter than the rest. While I would say that many are, I would also have to keep in mind that I've met a number of very dumb atheists as well. Are they also considered...
I wish I had more friends to hang out with. I only have two people that I hang out with on any regular basis. I find that when I'm hanging out with people I consider friends, it distracts me when I'm having bouts of depression.
Yesterday I was pissy almost all day. The only real moments of...
It's too bad that more of us wouldn't show up. I think it would be interesting to see what happens among 1000+ INTPs. I would almost think many of us would show up just to see if our theories about what would happen were correct.
I want to understand myself better.
I kind of want to meet some INTPs just to see what it's like. So far, I only know one. Though I know that we aren't the most social group in society I wonder what would happen at an INTP convention, assuming that people actually showed up.
Thanks for the ideas. I've decided that I'm going to try to find three different people that can each work out with me once a week. That way if one gets lazy I will have two back ups to keep me going strong.
For now it looks like I'll mostly be biking and rollerblading. I might get back...
Re: Recommended reading section?
Reminds me of when I was in algebra in highschool. Tests were 90% of the grade and the homework took so long that I never turned in any assignments. I still got a C+/B-
I'm not really proud of it, but it's the truth.
Yeah, I was really into Brazilian Jiu Jitsu for a while, eventually I got tired of the practice sessions and the passion was gone. I developed a lot of confidence during that time though. Maybe I should give it another go.