Good at seeing the big picture
Impulsive and spontaneous
About your personality
You see the big picture. You easily take the broad, long view of almost any topic. You are comfortable juggling myriad facts. You tend to synthesize material easily and think in webs of factors, not straight lines. You areimaginative and enjoy ideas.
You are also socially savvy. You are good at both talking and listening. And you generally read people's faces, body postures and tone of voice accurately, so you often intuitively understand what people want and need.
You are also highly compassionate. You care deeply about others. So you are inclined to make personal sacrifices to be a supportive friend and colleague. And you are idealistic and altruistic; you like to work to improve the world.
And you have an adventurous side; you enjoy new ideas and novel experiences and you want to share these with an enthusiastic partner. But you are particularly fond of people who are direct, decisive, focused and tough-minded, people who complement your more flexible, agreeable and affable style.
You seek a spiritual, life long connection to a "true love". But you don?t want someone who is emotionally dependent. You admire people who need a good deal of autonomy. Marriage is important to you; but the social pledge of matrimony is far less sacred than the personal commitment you privately make to your beloved. You strive for harmony in your primary relationship. So you express your love regularly - with hugs, thoughtful presents, romantic weekends or by creating other special times together.
And you want a mate who is daring, playful and adventurous, yet one who will balance you - someone who is calm, decisive, strong-willed, focused and supportive of your enthusiastic, caring and imaginative spirit.
You dislike conflict. You seek "win-win" solutions. You are good at sharing power and ideas. And you are a master at the art of intimacy - building deep and exciting relationships with others. Nevertheless, you often enjoy solitude orintense interactions with just one individual or a few close friends. And you particularly enjoy people who like to play with abstract theories and ideas, provide insights, search for symbolic meanings in life and relationships and have a broad interest in the world.
Have you ever boycotted a company or product? If so, what was it, and what caused you to boycott it?
Everyday I boycott meat because of animal cruelty. It's also bad for your body and the environment. It's not natural.
This includes fur and leather products
McDonalds - Gross food, vegetarian/animal rights, obesity, and Supersize Me
KFC - Gross food, obesity, animal rights
579 Clothing Store - Their employees are bitches and don't know what the meaning of customer service is
Abecrombie & Fich, Hollister, American Eagle, American Apparel, etc - For overpriced, badly made, gigantic logos, (and the list goes on)
Fast food - in general
Soda - All soda in general. That shit is nasty
Companies that still animal test their products - completely unnecessary and cruel
Packaged foods - Trying to boycott all packaged foods... It's harder than it sounds
High fructose corn syrup - also nasty and harder than it sounds. It's in EVERYTHING
TV - After I move, I don't plan on using a tv for a while, and when I do finally purchase one, I'm only using it to watch movies on.
New Disney movies, Disney music, Disney TV, Disney Stars
The Jonas Brothers, Hannah Montana/Miley Cyrus, Britney Spears, Lindsay Lohan, Paris Hilton, etc
Church/Religion - self explanatory
9 News - I don't even know where to start.
Sarah Palin - Also don't know where to start.
A global shift towards a vegan diet is vital to save the world from hunger, fuel poverty and the worst impacts of climate change, a UN report said today.
As the global population surges towards a predicted 9.1 billion people by 2050, western tastes for diets rich in meat and dairy products are unsustainable, says the report from United Nations Environment Programme’s (UNEP) international panel of sustainable resource management.
It says: “Impacts from agriculture are expected to increase substantially due to population growth increasing consumption of animal products. Unlike fossil fuels, it is difficult to look for alternatives: people have to eat. A substantial reduction of impacts would only be possible with a substantial worldwide diet change, away from animal products.”
Professor Edgar Hertwich, the lead author of the report, said: “Animal products cause more damage than [producing] construction minerals such as sand or cement, plastics or metals. Biomass and crops for animals are as damaging as [burning] fossil fuels.”
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How concerned are you about global warming? Do you believe it's possible to reverse the climate trend?
I dunno about global warming, but I'm concerned about how humanity treats the planet, like all of our natural resources are dispensable and that big companies like BP have a complete disregard for the ecosystem and animal life. People seem to think that nothing they do matters, they litter, buy big ass suvs, and don't recycle. Its little things that make a difference. Buy eco friendly packaging, try and buy local, support your local buisnesses, recycle... Don't buy the biggest suv they make just to drive yourself around.