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So based on the first page of this thread, I've determined that while I like some of these photos, they're generally too Sx-y for me. This has happened before with photos I've seen that showed the typical Sx/Sp or the typical Sx/Sp art style. I have the following theories as to why this is:
-I'm Sp/Sx and I'm retarded about my type (likely).
-I'm pretty Sx blocked due to a variety of factors which probably includes being 6w5 and having the 369 Tritype.
As a side note, I have historically identified well with witches and sometimes haunted houses, and later in life had an interest in undeath and Hell. These are all stereotypically Sp/Sx.
My favorite picture on the first page was the one with the colorful trees (first post). I've always liked landscapes that were saturated with odd or out of place color.
Edit: I think I've figured it out. Sx/Sp's have a repellant effect as part of their instinctual desire to flirt. I'm being repelled by their Sx because it doesn't appeal to my Sx (I see them as a faulty mate). I still think that this actually points to Sx/Sp because they're less experimental with their Sx.
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11-21-2022, 12:21 PM
Wow. I have respect for the vice interviewer in the interrogator video.
Originally Posted by silke
I only watched the vice interview of the interrogator, but the interrogator does have an intense look to him. It's kind of a scary look actually. I'm not really sure if that's just Sx/Sp or if there's some Se involved. Interesting guy, although I found his viewpoint on waterboarding to be strange. I'm assuming that he's saying that waterboarding isn't a good tactic because it'll allow enemies to do it to our men, or that the training we put our men through to tolerate it gives the enemy a free pass. Generally my opinion when it comes to torture is that it's actually useless as an interrogation tactic because the enemy will say wrong information that they believe is to be true at the moment just to get you to stop. If anything, it's better used to coerce non-captives into talking. Of course, my information about torture is limited.
Edit: The ILI-Te doesn't really have that scary look. I think the interrogator's glare might be related to Se.
Edit 2: Maybe he was saying that waterboarding was an effective tactic, since it works on our own.
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