anonymous asked:

You seem to have a lot of intuitives around you. Is that on purpose or somewhat of a "happy" accident? Or you just dont talk a lot about the sensors in your life?

It’s not intentional but birds of a feather flock together. I do have more intuitives around me but the ratio isn’t that high (55/45 split of intuitives to sensors) and some of the most important people in my life are sensors such as:

  • My mother: ISFJ
    • My heart
  • My younger brother: ISTJ
    • My soul
  • My aunt/second mother and my uncle/her husband: ESFJ + ISTP
    • Interesting fact 1: I don’t have an apartment, I live with my aunt and uncle in their home in Los Angeles because I travel Monday to Thursday for work and I’m only home on some weekends
    • Interesting fact 2: Save for one INTP cousin, my mom’s side of the family has all sensors (10 aunts and uncles, 20+ cousins)
  • My cousin/childhood friend: ESTP
    • We live on different continents now and grew apart which is for the best because we got into so much trouble together as kids that we’d have multiple misdemeanors at this age
  • One of my best friends: ISFJ
    • We’ve seen each other through everything in life and I’m a groomsman at his wedding next year. I’m sure his husband is an ESFP
  • My closest friends from UCLA:
    • ESFJ (m)
      • Partner in crime, the ringleader and master organizer, really high Fe which sometimes drove me nuts but has iron clad competence
    • ISTP (m)
      • Partner in crime, super shy and quiet mechanical engineer with ridiculous physical aptitude, and a stand-up a guy
    • ESFJ (f)
      • Super nurturing, optimistic, bright, cheerful, and generally a wonderful person to be around. Currently attending pharmacy school in Northern California but I always see her when I’m up there for work or she’s down here to see family

Following the initial breach of the Bar-Lev Line by the Egyptian Forces, a T-55 moves through one of the paths sandblasted through the sand embankments of the lines after crossing the Suez Canal. The first stage of Operation Badr was successful well beyond any of their initial hopes, breaking the line in a mere day with minimal losses.


A knocked out Angolan T-55. Knowing that they lacked the skill to engage the South Africans in an open fight, FAPLA tanks were generally buried or otherwise protected to turn them more into gun emplacements. It generally made little difference for their survival, as can be seen here, and South African armor losses were almost exclusively to anti-tank mines, not enemy tanks.

(Collection of HR Heitman)

A T-55 of the Croatian Defence Council (HVO). With the conclusion of the Croat-Bosniak War and the Washington Treaty that created the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the HVO was integrated into the Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina as the two combined to prevent the breakaway of the Serbian Republika Srpska.

anonymous asked:

Prompt 35 and 55 with T'Challa

35. Are you… in love with me? | 55. I am not dying today! Prompt idea list here

“Please, (y/n), stay here while I go out and deal with this. It’s not safe for you out there,” T’Challa pleaded.

You rolled your eyes at him, but you secretly liked how protective he was over you. “Don’t worry T’Challa, I can take care of myself. I am not dying today.

“(Y/n),” he said your name slowly. “Please. If you… if you got hurt, I don’t know what I would do. I can’t risk losing you. I…” His voice trailed off.

“Wait a second,” you blinked. “Are you… in love with me?

T’Challa shifted nervously. “To put it simply, yes. I’m in love with you, (y/n). Which is why I can’t ask you to go out there and risk your life. Stay here. I promise we’ll talk about this later.”

You thought for a moment before sighing. “Fine. I’ll stay here. But when you come back- and you will come back- we’re going to have a talk.”

T’Challa flashed you a charming smile. “Deal.”