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    Beta type imo. This guy kinda annoys me, not that type has anything to do with that

    (I haven't seen a lot of him though so)

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    He's annoying to me too.

    I don't want to offend any Canadians...BUT...I think it's a Canadian thing.

    He reminds me of Ryan Reynolds and Dan Aykroyd they're canadian. They have this sense of humor that I find annoying.

    I like Norm Macdonald but he has the same sort of attitude.

    I think he LIE though, in this video he is almost relieved that he is having heart surgery because he doesn't have to be bothered by work.



    He's is acting like a normal person in these videos.



    I'm also confused by him smoking a cigar and getting a coffee when he has heart problems.

    He's worried about the period of time he won't be able to exercise and do JJ after his surgery.
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    Quote Originally Posted by D E M O N View Post
    He's annoying to me too.

    I don't want to offend any Canadians...BUT...I think it's a Canadian thing.
    Offended

    Ive been thinking about his type a little as I am curious. He may be Beta tbh. He’s too rigid but I do follow his logic well. He seems to also needs a group and is someone who seems to be aristocratic to me. If not Beta then Delta IMO

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    I've been wondering why the American far-right has so many Canadians in it. I do take it that people with these types of beliefs would have a better reception in a country like the United States, which is far less liberal. Canada, OTOH, has become so liberal that even its populist, xenophobic party is one of the most multicultural ever (seriously, an unexpected number of candidates for the "People's Party of Canada" have come from minority immigrant communities).

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    Quote Originally Posted by xerx View Post
    I've been wondering why the American far-right has so many Canadians in it. I do take it that people with these types of beliefs would have a better reception in a country like the United States, which is far less liberal. Canada, OTOH, has become so liberal that even its populist, xenophobic party is one of the most multicultural ever (seriously, an unexpected number of candidates for the "People's Party of Canada" have come from minority immigrant communities).
    I think it really is as simple as America being a good outlet for it

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    Quote Originally Posted by ouronis View Post
    I think it really is as simple as America being a good outlet for it
    American politics are so loud. America, in general, is a good receptacle for sensationalistic opinions of every kind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xerx View Post
    American politics are so loud. America, in general, is a good receptacle for sensationalistic opinions of every kind.
    Yes, unfortunately

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    Quote Originally Posted by ouronis View Post
    Yes, unfortunately
    Don't you wish you still had that British restraint? It's not too late to beg for forgiveness, you know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xerx View Post
    Don't you wish you still had that British restraint? It's not too late to beg for forgiveness, you know.
    I'll keep having good teeth instead of having good opinions

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    Bump. SLE or ILE?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Averroes View Post
    Bump. SLE or ILE?
    I think probably SLE. During the whole Sam Seder debacle, he seemed to act in a way I've seen some unhealthy SLEs do in arguments--i.e., stonewall Sam with Se so that the latter was unable to get a word in, and belabor the same point over and over (more single-track thinking, with no consideration of Ne alternatives). This instinct to shut down his opponents with rhetorical tricks could point to the Alpha Quadral Complex of Closed Mouth as well, but his general focuses seem much more concrete than would be likely be typical for an ILE.

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