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There’s only so much I can say, but I value strength and efficiency a great deal; the two are intertwined in many ways. I see intelligence, I see beauty, I see extroversion, all of those desirable traits as a strong and efficient ideal. It’s perfect, at least from subjective perspective.

I believe we are in agreement. At least, as you've said, from a subjective point of view and if it serves the matter. As long as those concepts are targeted towards the right things that manifest the desired outcome with little harm to others.
Farewell for now, stranger.

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+2 answers in: “Are you an INTJ personality?”

How do you know Lily???

I've known her since 2017.
Interesting, if somewhat unorthodox in her approach to engaging with others. And, yes, Lily, while I cannot relate too much with your great extroversion in conversation, I greatly appreciate you as one of the few people I know that says what they mean without beating around the bush even if it comes off as sometimes uncouth.
Better to make your views on the matter known in a manner which leaves no doubt than to leave others with an ambiguous answer -- unless it suits your purposes, of course.
@ProperGrammarSavesLives

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Interesting. That was the 16personalities test, which is pretty shitty and mediocre. Either way you’re one of those two types and you’re probably a 5w6 on the enneagram if you’re familiar with that typology system as well.

I believe 16Personalities was the platform I used at the time, judging by the art/visual direction of the site in question.
I've heard of "enneagrams" through someone else but have never taken such a test. Let me put it like this: I value intelligence and "able to-" attitudes over superficial concepts like beauty.
I value tangible resources over abstract ones (i.e. physical materials such as gold or land over Bitcoin) unless I can use the latter to increase my possession of the former.
I'm mostly stoic with most people, though, I can be both introverted and incredibly extroverted when it suits my purposes.
Lastly, I often choose to consider the alternative paths that others might not, regardless of the results, mostly, because I dislike pursuing the path of least resistance unless it leads to the best outcome.

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What is your favorite song

I've never defined a "favorite" song for myself. More a list of music which appeals to me. Has me curious if that makes me indecisive. Nonetheless, one of the songs that has jostled for the top position on the list for the last seven or eight years is John Mellencamp's "Hurts So Good".
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CyzWns_Y5bs
Though, in more recent years, 2016 or so, "Worn Out Nervous Condition" has rated as slightly less "worn out" on that mental list.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v36n78rDTvM

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if you were married how different will your life be?

Marriage is one of the many dynamic steps of growing. Obviously, the first is being born and manifested as a physical object with a sense of will and want and need, no matter how primitive that might be. The next step occurs usually around age ten, in which a person begins to become more aware of the world around them and process stimuli in more complex manners. (This could optionally be merged with the following step.)
The third step, I would say, is puberty, in which we unlock our adult potential and mature, including, in time, pursuing romantic relationships. The next step is usually six to eighteen years later with marriage. Even compared to being in a committed standard relationship (boyfriend/girlfriend-type), marriage is orders of magnitude above that in significance in my opinion.
It is at this point that we (like to assume we--) have found our mate for life. Whether or not this will remain true is irrelevant because, at this point, it is a social and legal contract of sorts. If one spouse dies, the other will usually inherit their assets or take full custody of any offspring, etc. You are generally expected to live together, organize and budget together, and share your experiences together.
The second to last step is having children, I should think. This is why I would not want children until married for several years. I'm a realist and I know that marriages do not always succeed. Thus, if two spouses can function for three to five years in a fairly content and stable manner, the chances are much higher that they will be able to sustain that life when offspring come along. I'd consider that period of time a growth process for the couple's marriage, a time for "fun and pleasure" and developing financial, emotional/psychological, and marital maturity before taking the next step.
On the other hand, having children can be such a radical shift in a young family that it may end up throwing chaos into the mix. That's why I process it as a separate step.
The final step is death.
In conclusion and to answer the question, I cannot say how marriage will affect my life as I haven't pursued it yet.

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What do you think about Mexico in general? Your answer are quite different than normal one, i'd like to know what do you think about the country i was born in

Luis Arturo Solis Sandoval
Thank you. I have no strong opinions for or against Mexico. I'm sure it has its beautiful geographical elements and attractive cultural aspects, only marred, like any country, by its particular brand of criminal violence and government corruption.

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I wonder what happened to Ask.fm 2.0, the newer version that was supposed to be fueled by a custom cryptocurrency. All the official links are dead and @askfmio hasn't had activity in almost a year. Maybe this is what they mean when they say "quietly canceled". Can't even find news on it this year..

Lily Fraggston
Good question. I was quite intrigued by the concept last year. It appears they might have been a bit too ambitious and the program failed. Or they partitioned it off from the Ask.FM name and it runs under a different title now.

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