In school, out of a class of 32 students, one would be an NT. That means that an entirely different social environment surrounds the NTs. They must live with aliens, while the SPs and the SJs are continuously surrounded by their own kind. The teachers and parents are more likely to be SPs or SJs. Thus it is not uncommon that NT children grow up feeling alone, or alienated and don’t realize just how lonely they felt until they eventually find other NTs in higher education.
This is even more the case with ENTPs, who make up less than 3% of the population, less than 1% of females.
Sometimes it makes you an alien, sometimes it means you’re in charge. It definitely seems to make for interesting people.
Even the guys grooming the grounds and running out supplies lingered at the fence to try and catch a look at the pitcher the players have already nicknamed Thor.
Noah Syndergaard stepped on the mound a few minutes later and all eyes were on him. Trying desperately to tune out all the noise, the 21-year-old righthander unleashed what Terry Collins said were fastballs the pitcher was “throwing 97 (mph) today with a hook from hell.”
Fingers crossed. Hope springs eternal for this Mets fan.
Source: New York Daily News
My 2014 Best Picture rankings
I posted this last night, but I wanted to give it a more permanent home here on the Tumblr blog.
Have now seen all 9 of this year’s nominees for the Best Picture Oscar. Here’s how I rank them, not that you care:
1. Dallas Buyers Club
2. Wolf of Wall Street
4. Captain Phillips
5. 12 Years a Slave
9. American Hustle
Now accepting all arguments and complaints.
If you’re curious about why I ranked something the way I did, send me an ask and I’ll go into more detail about that movie. C’mon, it’ll be fun :)
Also, how would you guys rank the films?