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    Hi everyone

    I'm interested--what are some things that Gammas, in general, seem to like?

    Gammas, are there things that you notice a lot of Gammas seem to gravitate toward??--anything, really.

    Books? TV shows? Activities in general?

    Any info would be helpful. Thank you.

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    Activities
    Rowdiness
    Inside jokes
    Doing things/Moving around

    TV Shows
    CSI, Unsolved Mysteries, TLC etc
    The Daily Show
    Family Guy
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    Quote Originally Posted by EyeSeeCold View Post
    Family Guy
    Peter Griffin ?

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    Family Guy is pretty damn Alpha, as is the Daily Show, lulz.
    But, for a certainty, back then,
    We loved so many, yet hated so much,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilly View Post
    Family Guy is pretty damn Alpha, as is the Daily Show, lulz.
    Really annoying this Peter Griffin. Makes me want to cum over to "him" and shake his hand.

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    Yes, I'd say that gammas do like books, tv shows, and activities in general.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Korpsey View Post
    Yes, I'd say that gammas do like books, tv shows, and activities in general.
    lmfao
    But, for a certainty, back then,
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    national geographic
    discovery channel

    especially the prison series on those channels

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    Quote Originally Posted by Absurd View Post
    Peter Griffin ?
    Peter is an type, at least in the later seasons. Initially he was just like the stereotypical man/husband but they changed him and Stewie into more flamboyant characters.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gilly View Post
    Family Guy is pretty damn Alpha, as is the Daily Show, lulz.
    Yes. Gamma humor = Alpha failure.

    ...

    This thread wasn't created to apply theory to reality but to apply reality to theory . Gammas can watch Family Guy, regardless of what element/Quadra FG belongs to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EyeSeeCold View Post
    Peter is an type, at least in the later seasons. Initially he was just like the stereotypical man/husband but they changed him and Stewie into more flamboyant characters.
    I don't fucking care what his type is, he is fucking annoying.

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    I like the baby from Family Guy. He has the most personality ever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dolphin View Post
    I like the baby from Family Guy. He has the most personality ever.
    Stewie is the biggest gimmick character on television, I don't get how nobody else sees that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EyeSeeCold View Post
    This thread wasn't created to apply theory to reality but to apply reality to theory .
    Shit. I love Te if that's what it is.

    Not sure if I'm Gamma though. Just saying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by straytk View Post
    Shit. I love Te if that's what it is.

    Not sure if I'm Gamma though. Just saying.
    Deltas Te as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Galen View Post
    Stewie is the biggest gimmick character on television, I don't get how nobody else sees that.
    What's a gimmick character?

    Btw i HATE that show.
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    I found out my ESI cousin and I had Walker, Texas Ranger in common.

    I also watch Matlock & In the Heat of the Night (Crime genre).
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    I played an MMO and roleplayed as Matlock once. Never actually watched the show though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EyeSeeCold View Post
    I found out my ESI cousin and I had Walker, Texas Ranger in common.
    My mom and sister and I used to watch that show all the time!
    'd the guy main character, what's his name? SLI btw.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WorkaholicsAnon View Post
    My mom and sister and I used to watch that show all the time!
    'd the guy main character, what's his name? SLI btw.
    Chuck Norris.

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    There are neither gammas nor gamma traits present in this thread and it henceforth elicits and deserves no less than my disapproval.



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    Ugh, once in a while I catch my husband watching Family Guy (while was, of course, just surfing through the channels on his way to some other program); he agrees with me that it is not very appropriate, but yet he still seems drawn to it somehow. Of course, I make him turn to a different channel immediately.

    He has tried to describe a few things from that show that he found funny, but I just give him dirty looks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ashton View Post
    Lol, what's up w/ the hate against Family Guy? I mean, it's just Family Guy.
    It's stupid. (and oh my gosh, I sound like my dad).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skeptic View Post
    There are neither gammas nor gamma traits present in this thread and it henceforth elicits and deserves no less than my disapproval.



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    Money


    Power


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    i think power is more beta. gamma cares less about power, more about money. at least those I know...
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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG View Post
    gamma cares less about power, more about money.
    money = power
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    Quote Originally Posted by MegaDoomer View Post
    money = power
    that's not necessarily true when you reach the extreme right-tail of the distribution. ex. bill gates isn't really the most powerful man in the world, even if he's the richest.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG View Post
    bill gates isn't really the most powerful man in the world, even if he's the richest.
    But he could be the most powerful person if he wanted. You can use your money for almost everything: buy people, let people disappear, get some more businesses to earn some more money... You can see it in our governments, our 'democracy' is ultimately ruled by the interests of lobbyists. They have the real power in the country. The politicians are often used as puppets and do what they're told. And if one among them really wants to be honest they'll get rid of him in no time. Money and power are terms which are inseparably linked, at least in our societies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MegaDoomer View Post
    But he could be the most powerful person if he wanted.
    maybe, but you can see that...he probably doesn't want to. that's why i'm saying that gammas are not terribly concerned about power, more about money -> power is something that derives from money, a kind of unintended consequence.

    You can use your money for almost everything: buy people, let people disappear, get some more businesses to earn some more money... You can see it in our governments, our 'democracy' is ultimately ruled by the interests of lobbyists. They have the real power in the country. The politicians are often used as puppets and do what they're told. And if one among them really wants to be honest they'll get rid of him in no time. Money and power are terms which are inseparably linked, at least in our societies.
    okay but there are lobbyists which are more powerful than bill gates even though they're not as rich. they're probably more focussed on power (rather than money), thus they managed to construct a network of relationship which renders them powerful/important.
    money is a requirement if you want to be powerful, but actually becoming extremely powerful requires focussed effort.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG View Post
    money is a requirement if you want to be powerful, but actually becoming extremely powerful requires focussed effort.
    Okay, I got what you mean. I agree.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG View Post
    maybe, but you can see that...he probably doesn't want to. that's why i'm saying that gammas are not terribly concerned about power, more about money -> power is something that derives from money, a kind of unintended consequence.
    Not even that, in my opinion. Money is valued because it has power to get things. It's the "things" that are important. I'd like to think that if "things" were readily available there'd be no need for money / active power.
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    of course, money is a medium of exchange, so it only has value insofar as it can be exchanged for goods or services. that's its definition.
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