I posted this a long time ago on Personality Cafe and thought that it would be interesting ~
ESTJ: Know as great workers that have a honorable and a stable system. They
are self sufficient and can defend themselves. They would probably
also take in refugees from other coutries if they were willing to follow
ISTJ: A small island state that is also
known for having a stable system and being self-sufficient. They
completely refuse contact with the other states and keep doing their
ESFJ: Also a very stable state that
LOVES to take in people from other states to learn more about them and
is very accepting towards… everything. They live off trading with other
ISFJ: In close connection with the ESFJ
state. They also like to trade but only with a few special states. The
ISFJ nation has a political system that helps the poor and sick and
tries to keep up the harmony.
ESTP: The ESTP
nation is very tolerant towards other types but the social system needs
you to work hard and accomplish things (more than in the xSFJ states)
Also, the ESTPs are equipped for wars, but nobody really wants to attack
ISTP: In the ISTP nation, everything is focused
around different industries and researches. The social system is okay
for most people and the ISTPs earn their money through export and
import. They are moderately equipped for war but tend to be
ISFP: The ISFP nation is the home of
culture and art. Many philosophers and artists live here and help making the nation prettier and more enjoyable. The state also needs immense
amounts of money that are sometimes not available.
The ESFP nation is known for their enormous amount of holidays and
festivities. They are generally well liked and aren’t seen as a threat.
Many very rich people build their mansions in the ESFP nation.
The ENFJ nation is pretty similar to the ESFJ nation but likes to
randomly team up with other nations which makes them seem a bit shady.
Actually, they are not. They just want peace and friends.
The INFJ nation is trapped between the ENTP nation and the ENFJ nation
and is very aware of the rather bad geographical situation. They try to
make the best out of it and are in good term with both of their
neighbouring countries, still trying to keep their home to themselves
and not letting many foreigners in.
ENFP: The ENFP
nation is generally peaceful and everyone there is respected equally.
The people are nice but the gouvernment sometimes enforces laws that
just can’t be taken serious (the “crazy hat incident” of 1984)
The INFP nation is a small island that values nature and harmony. They
are self-sufficient and only get in contact with other states when they
have a brilliant new idea on how to make the world a better place
The INTJ nation has a strong military and education and order is highly
valued. The INTJs don’t like to get in contact with other states,
however, they sometimes assist the ENTJs during wars.
The ENTJs have a functioning social system but they get their resources
mainly through war, so they have a strong military as well as contacts
with the INTJs and ENTPs
ENTP: The ENTPs have a little
bit of everything and their social system is rather suboptimal. They
only have a small military and assist the ENTJs in their plans of
conquering the world. Otherwise, they have no plan what they’re doing, but
for some reason, it works
INTP: The INTP nation is a
state of academics. They have to import a lot of resources and even
though they could be far ahead in technology, nobody really wants/has
the motivation to get their hands dirty
Every four years when the Iowa caucuses and New Hampshire primary roll around, the critics and cynics question why such unrepresentative patches of America get to vote first in presidential nominating contests. Why is so much political power, they complain, given to states that are more white and more rural than the rest of the country?
So, we attempted to quantitatively evaluate the critique — and try to come up with which states actually were the most representative of the average of the entire country, in what we’re calling the Perfect State Index. In creating the PSI, we looked at five categories race, education, age, income and religion.
Whatever you resist you become. If you resist anger, you are always angry. If you resist sadness, you are always sad. If you resist suffering, you are always suffering. If you resist confusion,you are always confused. We think that we resist certain states because they are there, but actually they are there because we resist them.
Nearly every U.S. state is riddled with corruption
A 50-state study conducted by the Center for Public Integrity found that just three states — Alaska, California, and Connecticut — scored above a D+ when graded on a standard A-F scale for corruption, transparency, and accountability in government.
The survey ranked states in 13 categories, including auditing processes, lobbying disclosure, ethics enforcement, and campaign finance. Considered individually, these sections did offer a few bright spots: Nebraska, for instance, is really good at state budget processes, and Ohio received high marks for state pension management.
But things aren’t looking up for Michigan, which ranked at the bottom of all 50 states — and failed in 10 of the 13 categories.
(( Mexico won the Caribbean baseball series! I was so excited when the game finished- Specially because the team was from my state so yeah-Venezuela did a great job! Anyway, take this little conmemorative drawing for the new champions! Venados de Mazatlán! The girl is Mazatlán btw ))
Alcohol can cost society anywhere from $592 per person in Utah to $1,526 per person in Washington, DC. On a per-drink basis, alcohol cost society the least in New Hampshire ($0.92 per drink) and the most in New Mexico ($2.77 per drink).