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Tagged by: nobodysuspectsthebutterfly
Rules: Find out what characters share the same personality type as you hereand list the characters that you find relevant below. Then tag your friends and let them know you tagged them!
I’m an ENTJ (but pretty mixed on N, T, and J. So basically an EXXX. Still, these are my fellow ENTJ’s. I have been compared to Mallory Archer before :D ).
- Jack Donaghy from 30 Rock
- Malory Archer from Archer
- Azula from Avatar: The Last Airbender
- Frank Fontaine from BioShock
- Frank Costello from The Departed
- Hans Gruber from Die Hard
- Sauron and Galadriel from The Lord of the Rings
- Cave Johnson from Portal 2
- Fëanor and Morgoth from The Silmarillion
- Magneto from X-Men
And I nominate all of my followers! :D
I don’t need alcohol to make bad decisions
How many songs: 8162
Sort by song title:
First Song: A Beginner’s Guide to Destroying the Universe - Foster the People
Last Song: 528491 - Hans Zimmer
Sort by time:
Shortest Song: Blunt the Knives - The Hobbit Dwarf Cast (I ignored interludes and stuff (1:02)
Longest Song: The Terror - Flaming Lips (54:58)
Sort by artist:
First Artist: A$AP Rocky
Last Artist: 2 Chainz (well this is revealing)
Sort by album:
First Album: Abbey Road
Last Album: 2001 (Dr Dre)
Top Three Most Played Songs:
Iron- Woodkid (116)
When You Were Young- The Killers (109)
House of the Rising Sun - Animals (80)
kfan:Interesting, why do you consider harry potter is a dystopia?
I find it impossible to think of Harry Potter as anything BUT a dystopia. Even Hogwarts itself is a dystopia.
Children are segregated based on a personality test at age 11, and then left to fulfill roles that were set out a thousand years ago, leading to cultural divides that continue for the rest of their lives. The Hogwarts house system is one of the main foundations of the pureblood/muggleborn conflict. And I haven’t even gotten into how Hogwarts is run, how useful it is as a tool for preparing people for adult life, and how dangerous it is to live there.
As for Wizarding Britain at large:
- There’s no evidence that the Ministry of Magic is organized by anything other than cronyism.
- The Minister for Magic is not a democratically elected leader.
- Voldemort easily finds a foothold in mainstream society (even within living memory of his last reign of terror!) and his supporters easily infiltrate the government and implement all sorts of nightmarish and bigoted policies.
- We rarely see people working to innovate any aspect of wizarding society, with the exception of eccentrics like the Weasley Twins or Luna Lovegood.
- Wizarding society is so isolated that purebloods find it strange if a witch or wizard takes much interest in muggle culture, even if they are muggleborn.
- Umbridge is allowed to torture children and spread propaganda at the only major educational institution in the country.
- There’s a huge amount of discrimination relating to non-human races, particularly House Elf slavery.
I could go on at some length on this topic, but instead I’ll finish with my pet theory: that Wizarding Britain is so fucked up that the rest of the wizarding world has just given up on it.
We know from the Quidditch World Cup and the Triwizard Tournament that there are plenty of magical cultures all over the world, but Britain receives NO kind of international help when Voldemort is on the rise or when the Ministry of Magic is in turmoil.
Obviously the “real” explanation is that the Voldemort/Harry/Hogwarts narrative must to be isolated for Harry’s story to be told… but I still quite like the explanation that Wizarding Britain has been abandoned by the rest of the world. Their society has become so warped, so backward and so beholden to irrational beliefs and traditions that other international wizarding powers have decided the situation is unsalvageable.
There’s no point in stepping in to get rid of Voldemort unless he becomes a threat overseas, because another Dark Lord will probably rise up in a few years anyway. And Wizarding Britain seems functionally incapable of defending itself from this threat without the help of Harry and his team of teen sidekicks — who by the end of the series are all suffering from PTSD because they have spent their formative years fighting in a dystopian war.
(P.S. Even if my pet theory ISN’T true, then the international wizarding community must still have SOME reason not to step in and help Britain fight back against Voldemort. Which, in itself, makes the world of Harry Potter seem even more dystopian than before.)
This is amazing
I really like that this is a shaggy-dog joke with the unspoken punchline “these books are poorly written”
Apparently it’s not socially acceptable for a man to invite another man out just for coffee or to go out for a meal, in case it’s perceived as a date. Like it’s fine if you wanna go to the pub and drink beer and have a chat but make it non-alcoholic and suddenly you’re not straight anymore? You can go to the cinema together but ONLY if it’s an action movie. You guys can’t even just go shopping with each other. Oh masculinity, so fragile, so strange.
this is not always true, though to be fair, we probably don’t do things like this with people we’re not close to/comfortable with. But do women?
favorite fictional redheads: Sophie-Anne Leclerq (True Blood)