The Myers Briggs Types as stupid George Bush quotes
ISFP: “I know the human being and fish can coexist peacefully.” –Saginaw, Mich., Sept. 29, 2000
ISTP: "I hear there’s rumors on the Internets that we’re going to have a draft.“ –presidential debate, St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 8, 2004
ENFP: “It’s time for the human race to enter the solar system.”
INFP: “I know what I believe. I will continue to articulate what I believe and what I believe – I believe what I believe is right.” –Rome, Italy, July 22, 2001
ESTJ: “This notion that the United States is getting ready to attack Iran is simply ridiculous. And having said that, all options are on the table.”
INFJ: “I have made good judgments in the past. I have made good judgments in the future.“
ENTJ: "I’m the commander – see, I don’t need to explain – I do not need to explain why I say things.That’s the interesting thing about being president.” –as quoted in Bob Woodward’s Bush at War
ESTP: “To the C students, I say you too can be president of the United States.”
“They misunderestimated me.“ – Bentonville, Arkansas; November 6, 2000
INTJ: “I have opinions of my own – strong opinions – but I don’t always agree with them.”
ENFJ: “I just want you to know that, when we talk about war, we’re really talking about peace.” –Washington, D.C. June 18, 2002
ESFP: “One of the greatest things about books is sometimes there are fantastic pictures”– U.S. News & World Report, Jan. 3, 2000
ISTJ: “Our enemies are innovative and resourceful, and so are we. They never stop thinking about new ways to harm our country and our people, and neither do we.” –Washington, D.C., Aug. 5, 2004
ENTP: “Goodbye from the world’s biggest polluter.” –in parting words to world leaders at his final G-8 Summit, punching the air and grinning widely as those present looked on in shock, Rusutsu, Japan, July 10, 2008
INTP: “People that are really very weird can get into sensitive positions and have a tremendous impact on history.”
ESFJ:“I couldn’t imagine somebody like Osama bin Laden understanding the joy of Hanukkah.” –at a White House menorah lighting ceremony, Washington, D.C., Dec. 10, 2001
ISFJ: “Well, I think if you say you’re going to do something and don’t do it, that’s trustworthiness.”– CNN online chat, Aug. 30, 2000
you big lump, it’ll be closing soon’ you groaned, pulling a chuckling newt by
his coat sleeve, down the cobbled street, the cool pollen filled, spring breeze
ruffling his auburn curls, making your heart flutter lightly in your chest at
the sight of it. Turning quickly to avoid any embarrassment, you almost
skipped to the book shop, Newt hurrying
Hoping up the shallow stone step, you held the door open for newt, who
gave you his lopsided smile as he ducked inside, the pair of you heading
straight for the travel section in the familiar cosy little shop.
“you look for Africa and I’ll look for Asia?’ Newt suggested as you
began scouring the groaning book shelves, looking for anything that might come
in handy on the next leg of your adventures.
Before too long, newt was pulled away from ‘a traveller’s guide to
Asia’ and into the animal section, where you could still hear the occasional
gasp of excitement or slight sigh of annoyance.
You couldn’t deny the slight smile playing at the corners of your lips,
as he would pop his head around the book shelves to tell you an interesting
fact that he had found, while you continued the hunt for a few useful books to
take on your travels.
Your index finger stroking across a particular deep blue leather bound
book, ‘an adventures guide to the big wide world’ after a quick flick through
and a read of the blurb, you tucked it under your arm, and found newt, where he
had made himself quite comfortable on the carpeted floor, the stern looking
book keeper, squinting at him behind her thick spectacles.
“newt’ you murmured, giving his shoulder a prod,’ this one seems decent
for what we need’ keeping your voice quiet so as not to irritate the already
grumpy looking woman. “alright, hang on’ he mumbled, fishing about the many
inside pockets of his distinctive coat, finally coming across the money wallet,
and handing it to you.
Ruffling his hopeless hair on your way past, to the counter, where you
placed the book, and popped open the wallet, to find your own laughing face
looking back at you. Utterly bewildered, you handed the book keeper the money
that you owed in a daze, still staring at the picture in newts wallet.
You turned bemused, to newt who had hurried behind you, a slightly
panicked look in his sea green eyes. You opened your mouth to try and speak,
only for newt to guide you out of the shop, a slight pink flush flooding his
Newt shrugged his coat off to drape it over your shoulders, bringing
your slight shivering to an end, lighting a smile across your cheeks, as he
stroked his work worn finger across your cheek, a certain softness coming over
his face as you leant into his gentle touch.
“Neutron star mergers create the greatest heavy element abundances of all, including gold, mercury, and platinum.
Meanwhile, cosmic rays blast nuclei apart, creating the Universe’s lithium, beryllium, and boron.
Finally, the heaviest, unstable elements are made in terrestrial laboratories.
The result is the rich, diverse Universe we inhabit today.”
When the Big Bang first occurred, the Universe was filled with all the various particles and antiparticles making up the Standard Model, and perhaps still others yet to be discovered. But missing from the list were protons, neutrons, or any of the atomic nuclei key to the life-giving elements in our Universe today. Yet the Universe expanded, cooled, antimatter annihilated away, and the first elements began to take shape. After billions of years of cosmic evolution, we arrived at a Universe recognizable today: full of stars, planets, and the full complement of elements populating the periodic table. More than 100 elements are known today, 91 of which are found to occur naturally on Earth. Some were formed in the Big Bang, others were formed in stars, still others were formed in violent cosmic cataclysms or collisions. Yet every one has an origin whose story is now known, giving rise to all we interact with today.