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  1. BurnedOut

    Have an alter-ego ?

    Roger that sarge. I saw a lot of Freudian stuff in it. It is better than the explanations I normally read about MBTI
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    Have an alter-ego ?

    The vocabulary is imperative to match my university standards. I don't know if it sounds fancy or not but I've no intention to be highfalutin/grandiloquent. Anyway about the toxic friends' affair, I do have a tendency to go and try to be a Messiah for the downtrodden only to throw a massive...
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    Have an alter-ego ?

    Sounds loaded. I feel it's the defensive mechanisms my psyche adopts to fend any more harm to my ego. I don't want to succumb to boilerplates but I can hypothise that my ego is trying to hold my id like steam in a pressure cooker which is pressurised beyond its threshold.
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    Have an alter-ego ?

    I am not *talking about having DID*. I will be honest about myself over here, a lot of my overzealous, overenthusiastic, highbrow and cynical behaviour which I project both in my daily life and occasionally in my posts may be explained by Freudian's psychoanalysis which I have begun to peruse...
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    Post your helpful sysadmin/fun/utility scripts here.

    So, yes, I have been out for a long time. Almost forgot this place for a while. Been dabbling with perl and bash for a while. For linux users, I just made a very simple script that can copy/move files using regex (perl supported regex) and moreover filter out outputs of system calls by regex...
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    Some analysis of bullshitting in arguments.

    Don't succumb to reasoning like this and make deductions too quickly. This is flawed enough for any seasoned debator to beat your ass in a debate because then this kind of reasoning will be the prime crux of the psychological attacks he will later use to beat you. I'll voice a dissent against...
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    Some analysis of bullshitting in arguments.

    If you consider <b>Jissuss's cult</b> as shitdows (I meant windows. I liked windows till windows 7 mainly due to its slick OS and gaming performance as a kid ) then Jehovah's witness can be considered as MacOS or whatever fucked up commercial variant of Unix which bilks money out of its buyers...
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    Some analysis of bullshitting in arguments.

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    Hey ! Why isn't Dissonance beautiful?

    DISCLAIMER : Not promoting by shittyass guitar playing skills in any way. My recent discovery on how dissonance can be consonant too. The philosophy of heavy metal and the charming chasm between the traditional harmony and the atonal one. Sadly, I had to encrypt the binary data into an MP3...
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    Does anyone here particularly dislike me ?

    It's amazing how our cognitions converge with the similar mode of thinking. I like to have the patterns harmonious in everything I process. If it's not, I develop severe intolerance which fucks my mood up. My friends and family find it disturbing when I abruptly start laughing like a maniac at...
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    Does anyone here particularly dislike me ?

    I've faced too much isolation in childhood but thankfully I have had best friends throughout my life due to my propensity to rope in people who are similar to me. I've always been insecure about my intelligence partly due to the education system and partly due to my own intellectual endeavours...
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    Does anyone here particularly dislike me ?

    Title + the list of things you find undesirable about me, my predilections and cognitions. Be as blunt as possible but try to avoid any kind of weird bias.
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    Poetry, lyrics, stuff like that

    Evanescent, Reminiscent Spent a day in front of the screen, There was a spot where I couldn't help but glean, You were soft and supple, Our bond was lean, Redolant scent, It was evanescent yet reminiscent. I walk through the woods, Crepescular yet scintillating, Remember how we held our...
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    INTP (good) musicians?

    1.4 years of electric guitar. Majorly spent time tinkering with the A minor scale in a bid to improv. I'm posting an attachment. Listen to it and tell me. Personally I feel I'm a slowass fuck who's dumb at guitar. I cannot get myself to finish songs because hell bent on trying to make...
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    Some analysis of bullshitting in arguments.

    It's okay, your brain suffers from MD5 hashing issue. One-way hash. Its basically like you know you are right ~intuitively~ but you cannot backtrack the whole hash for the sake of finding the source code without having to bruteforce the hash every time. And bruteforcing along with the subprocess...
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    Some analysis of bullshitting in arguments.

    This is precisely the central theme of making the post. I'm tired of facing people who can't argue but call themselves pros and super smart without actually ever showing their smartness. Many people with good grades fall prey to this tendency. They have this god-like feeling all the time. I...
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    Some analysis of bullshitting in arguments.

    The victim has shittons of irrefutable evidence. It's his condescending tone which is making him sound wrong. In a rational fight, what evidence you put on the table decides the weight of the argument like in a court case. In this case, if you try to refute the evidence kept on the table, the...
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    Some analysis of bullshitting in arguments.

    Here : The Illustrated Attacker is known for the personality I've mentioned above. He has a tendency to downplay arguments and then sealing the coffin of the other debator's argument who eventually succumbs under the fussilade of moral bashings of the cattles. However when the victim took him...
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    Some analysis of bullshitting in arguments.

    UPDATE#1 4. Whiff and Abscond - Debator : These types are arguably the most egregrious type of debators that I come across while fighting with people. $Argumenting style : Generally adopted by people seemingly ensconced with self esteem and a pseudoneutral attitude. (emphasis on...
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    Confused regarding my education.

    This reminds me of the stupidass thread I made on reddit and received a lot of flak. When I read my own post, it sounded gibberish to me and overfilled with anxiety. I have these random mood swings and each state is exacerbated by my tendency to use logical inferencing which adds up to the...
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    Confused regarding my education.

    That's the whole basis of smart AI. Why is not possible ? If you want a self referencing program which evolves, it's simple enough to make with basic data structures like fucntions ( as in python ) and neural networking. You can always learn machine learning. What prog lang due you currently use ?
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    Confused regarding my education.

    Of course not @Serac, I'm doing data analytics as data analytics. The whole field of data analytics here requires a major in economics and stat-maths
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    Confused regarding my education.

    I've been quite off from intpforum due to my exams. However in the meantime, I've been doing some python programming too. I've formally opted for Law as my major and I need some advice regarding taking economics wl maths ( which synergizes into data analytics \for me\) and law simultaneously. My...
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    INFJ late night semi rational semi poetic intuitions and ramblings on love

    actually its in some post of mine which talks about determinism vs randomness Sent from my SM-J730GM using Tapatalk
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    Why was Harry Potter such a successful book?

    <a href="https://www.psychologytoday.com/articles/201111/the-uses-and-abuses-optimism-and-pessimism"> This almost explains why the notion of optimism and pessimism is essentially bullshit </a>. These two simple English concepts have spawned a 100 million $ industry. Although it's surprising why...
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    Why was Harry Potter such a successful book?

    Even 'The secret' can account for one of the classics. So do most of the self-help books and not to mention ambitious books which talk about getting shittons of money, power, sex, etc. I tried reading 50 laws of power and I became a very successful person the very next day. My success has been...
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    Why was Harry Potter such a successful book?

    What about Jeff The Killer ? I heard it's a pretty awesome short story. It's enough to make you cry with annoyance (except for the picture) Call this creepypasta crap and you'll get stoned on the internet. Sent from my SM-J730GM using Tapatalk
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    Why was Harry Potter such a successful book?

    Let's start with some of the classics : <b>Fifty Shades Of Grey</b> Sent from my SM-J730GM using Tapatalk
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    Why was Harry Potter such a successful book?

    Ah, you missed out the point that I'm <b> inferencing</b> not particularly analysing. I didn't denounce the book, just finding the popularity of the book ridiculous. It is one of the finest but then there are many other books who deserve the same attention alas thanks to the rotten teenager...
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    No more patience for your emotional bs

    You can't help but stare at them in their faces or piss them off and be sequestered. I prefer the latter. It's quite normal. In order to live the <b> happy social </b> you have to fake a great deal of being happy in the first place and then get caught in the chains of seeming attractive. Don't...
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    How easy it is for you INTP's to read ?

    It's quite simple. Count the number of fullstops + formal writing style or some eccentric grammar usage with archaic vocabulary. Sent from my SM-J730GM using Tapatalk
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    Why was Harry Potter such a successful book?

    As far as I've seen, HP is a great example of confirmation bias, bandwagon effect and overpresentation. I've not seen one person in person analysing or critically appreciating the aspects of the book but noticed them as nothing more than a bunch of fangirls trying really hard to get accepted by...
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    Non-Fiction Book Recommendations

    Forensic pathology was one of the fatass books I have read with utter excitement as compared to fiction. I dislike fiction because it seems to me like a magnanimous waste of time and not informative except to enhance your social-acceptibility rate drastically under normal circumstances Sent...
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    Unlimited free books and scientific articles.

    I think it's a spin-off of the original .onion website who does the same job. Better use tor for this. Sent from my SM-J730GM using Tapatalk
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    Unlimited free books and scientific articles.

    I amassed a good deal of neuroscience based knowledge from it. It's good. Research papers are more logical but they are a pain in the ass to read as compared to properly summed up articles Sent from my SM-J730GM using Tapatalk
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    A Theory on Hoodies.

    Given my recent emotional fallouts and instability and other social issues, I've started using hoodies magnanimously. I used to carry around a laptop with my bag and started isolating myself from society and used to practice programming during free times. Note : <em>I'm not trying to emulate...
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    Some analysis of bullshitting in arguments.

    Fair enough, I admit this. I did some research on the relationship between emotions and iq, a pop study on vietnam veterans concluded that g and EQ share some major facets which implies that g is correlated with EQ itself, a positive correlation per se <a...
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    Some analysis of bullshitting in arguments.

    Emphatic * as a correction to the last post Sent from my SM-J730GM using Tapatalk
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    Some analysis of bullshitting in arguments.

    Okay, I will not mention again that I've specifically mentioned a context which narrows down the possibility of making other theories intended to justify the targeted person. Your theory veered off the path too far, the simple implication was <b> if phone then dress </b>. Now if you want to keep...
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    Some analysis of bullshitting in arguments.

    Touche but not touche. The example was not well formed and I didn't elaborate enough, that's my fault. Actually if you see, it's not obnoxious at all, if you carefully read everything, I've laced everything with tons of sarcasm already. I don't know why you guys are finding it hard to...
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    Some analysis of bullshitting in arguments.

    Read it again, 1. Her friend buys a cellphone 2. The girl in retaliation buys an expensive dress 3. You accidentally bump into that girl and she reacts like a bitch 4. the argument ensues when you mock her for being jealous yet lying about it, be snarky and go off because you think it's...
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    Some analysis of bullshitting in arguments.

    No no no, you should read the context too, that's why I <EM>inserted the context variable</EM> The statistics thing was a <B>gross tongue in cheek remark</B> The incident was, she got aroused, bought a new dress as <EM> a rebuttal and then denied the truth</EM> Sent from my SM-J730GM...
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    Some analysis of bullshitting in arguments.

    This is not meant for personal arguments, the top priority of this theory is to highlight the conditions in which people taint the whole point of arguing by bullshitting when it's not required. There's no point of social context here even if it's highly intertwined. As I've mentioned already...
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    Some analysis of bullshitting in arguments.

    DISCLAIMER : This is an official guide to 'How To Be An Asshole. The key to survival in a world where you are rejected before being given a chance.' PS:I like dark humour. If anyone starting from 18/4/18 till 0xFFFFFFF gets butthurt by my posts, I don't care. I personally prefer using...
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    Project Euler

    I'm trying hard to not be a script-kiddie. Really. Thanks for your advice ! Sent from my SM-J730GM using Tapatalk
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    Project Euler

    Hardly been a month by now. Im kinda okay with the basics except recursion which seems to mess with my head a lot. I'm giving up on math-ing temporarily, will concentrate more on network programming Sent from my SM-J730GM using Tapatalk
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    Project Euler

    Hey Experts, Can you map out a way for me to be good at python ? Sent from my SM-J730GM using Tapatalk
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    Project Euler

    After fretting over that maximum path sum I realised I need to practice dynamic programming Sent from my SM-J730GM using Tapatalk
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    Project Euler

    You need to use enumerate/range to get the "'i" going. Or else it's gonna fail I think because it's getting init as 0 and not moving ahead Sent from my SM-J730GM using Tapatalk
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    Project Euler

    It's hardly been a month I've started python. Do you mind explaining me in detail.? Sorry to bother you :) Sent from my SM-J730GM using Tapatalk
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