Brain Excerpts – What’s Good Bro?

So if I find the derivative of this function, then graph the result, I should get a sinusoidal function which obviously means –

“Yo, what’s good bro?” Annoyed at losing my train of thought, I look up and see a class fellow smirking at me, wearing a ridiculous sports cap and jeans that are practically hanging from his knees. “What ‘choo doing man?” he practically yells at me.

Mental note: if f(x) = f(-x), the function is even. And I really hate the stupid language they use most of the time. Why can’t they talk like normal educated people? I know it is difficult for you since you only have half a brain cell to share between you and the rest of your degenerate friends, but if you HAVE to interrupt my train of thought, at least have the decency to speak properly instead of sounding like the complete idiot you so clearly are. Well, I suppose I might as well reply to him then. I’ll leave this one in your capable metaphorical hands, brain.

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I wrote a post a while back explaining introversion and extroversion and how there are two different personality temperaments. If you read that and understood it, congratulations! However, that was an over simplification of the MBTI. It’s not just Extroversion and Introversion; there are 16 different types of personality temperaments: ENTJs, ESFPs, ISTJs, ENFPs, INTPs, ISTJs and INTJs, to name a few. Confused? Right now, I’m assuming you’re worried I’m just repeatedly smacking my head on the keyboard with Caps Lock turned on, typing random letters and desperately hoping that at least some of it makes sense. Fear not; I am not trying to re-write the Twilight books.

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Introvert in an Extrovert World

You walk into a classroom and see students in groups of three or four, talking animatedly with one another. Glancing in the corner, you see a student quietly sitting by himself, simply observing the others, his thoughts and emotions impossible to read on his expressionless face. Immediately, the first thought that comes into your head is that this student is probably just shy, a problem which can be cured over time. It wouldn’t even cross your mind that this student might just be differently social. We all know people like that student.

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