OFFICIAL TYPING by Charity / the Mod
Introverted Thinking (Ti): Buzz is detached, efficient, and logical. He believes he can fix any situation – and often does! But in the first film, he’s also believing something that makes sense to him (he is the REAL Buzz), and is not true in the outside world; he refuses to listen to or consider the “evidence” right in front of him, even when Woody points out that his laser doesn’t work. Buzz is confident he can handle any situation…
Extroverted Sensing (Se): …and adapts with skill to his environment. He believes he can fly, so he “falls with style.” He is often the first to spring into action whenever anyone needs rescued or helped. Buzz isn’t afraid to try new techniques or throw himself out windows. He fearlessly uses a rocket to get them over the truck, then severs the tape with his wings, and drops them right into Andy’s car.
Introverted Intuition (Ni): Buzz is crushed when he no longer believes he has a “destiny” to save the known universe; he cannot deal with the thought of being a toy, until Woody helps him find a new vision: making Andy’s life memorable! Buzz can be insightful on occasion, and sometimes accurately guesses other people’s motivations.
Extroverted Feeling (Fe): Once the realization hits that he is, in fact, a toy, Buzz is crushed. He starts behaving out of character, ranting, wailing, and pitying himself. He talks incessantly about his disappointments, and is only bolstered into action when Woody reassures him that Andy adores him, that he misses him, and that he is a COOL toy.
I’m curious, what subjects do you enjoy the most? Which ones do you hate? Reblog with your type and your favorite and least favorite class at school or college
Fave: Math, naturally comes to me, especially Calc. Man I can dig me some calc.
Hate: History, specific dates tend to blur and seem unimportant
ISTJ and in high school I would have answered the same exact thing. I love learning about history, but I hated history class - I just want to learn what happened and talk about why but not have to do any work about specific names and places and dates.
Favorite: definitely English, or anything that involves reading books/words and analyzing them, in any language. I also really loved AP psych in high school, although my college lecture was not particularly fun, and I have a very love/hate relationship with foreign languages
My least favorite is math, which I’m bad at only because I dislike it so much that I never really try hard enough to do well. It’s obviously a very useful skill for a lot of people, but I’m not one of them, and it’s so pointless if I’m wasting time and energy learning something I’ll never use.
discrete mathematics, psychology, biology (except the detailed parts), computer science (c++), philosophy
physics mechanics with calculus,
calculus 2 (the one with the surfaces of revolution),
art where u have to draw things in front of u (boring objects)
writing classes where u have to be interesting (ie college writing would be a problem moreso than technical writing[also im getting used to technical b/c of programming])
US history before the industrial age (b/c u learn it like a bajillion times by the time u get to a class that talks about industrial age too)
statistics (i cant believe i almost forgot to put this lol)(the main reason i hate it is b/c for most of the calc classes they dont expect u to simplify beyond a certain point but stats expects u to give a decimal number for everything, and this is more painful the more data u use)(also ocd checking is worst for this type of math, even worse than calculus)(this is also why i decided to ditch the psych minor)
geometry (the proofs here are worse than the ones in trig)(at least the trig proofs make coherent sense)
multivariable calculus, weird/surreal/surreal horror parts of physics, health science
dislike: idk i tend to not mildly dislike classes
(also tagging ppl i see in the blog activity)
fave: biology, arts
also nice: chemistry, geography, statistics (probabilities = 😘)
hate: music, P.E. (gymnastics was the worst), history (”Mich interessiert eher die Zukunft und nicht was vor mir war. Die machen ihr Ding, ich mach mein Ding… diese komischen Römer und so.”)
Fav: Bioethics/Human Bio/History.
Okay: Languages. I love languages, but I prefer learning them outside school.
Hate: Math & English. I only hate English because I hate writing nonfiction. So much.
Fav: Science, computer (programming)
Okay: math, art, english
Hate: language (some), history, civics