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Mar 9, 1985 (Age: 38)
I don't have any particular goals for a career. I

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    1. RyuTech
      Love your Profile Pic :D
    2. Alice97
      Happy birthday, Chessie!
    3. WellNoWonder
      you disappeared. missed your posts.
    4. AhSver
      Haha, what's up with your roommate? Do you get along pretty well? :-) Strange people rule ;)
    5. invisible
      well to be serious, i don't know why you considered it important enough to tell me about it.
    6. invisible
    7. Skippy
      I've heard Cat talk about you and was curious to meet you. So here I am.
      How are you?
    8. mattles
      So, uh, I kind of miss you. We haven't talked in forever. I haven't been able to get on messenger frequently due to working a lot more and the whole silly-ness with school. Hope you've been well kitten.
    9. Korg
      Re: denying the friends request thing - nothing personal there. I consider you a friend, I just don't accept them from anyone cause I like to keep my profile minimal and free of visitor posts, etc.

      ...despite me posting on everyone elses.

    10. Korg

      Your "to men" thread is perfectly fine - seriously. If you made any mistake at all, it wasn't in how you authored it or what you said, but rather the fact you posted it on a forum seemingly populated by some of the whinest, over-sensitive, projecting crybabies the internet has seen in quite some time.

      I mean, I like this group well enough but it angers me that they are often so fragile, they consistently miss the content of any remotely controversial post because they get so fucking hung up on who made the post and why; making it all about an unsolicited analysis of the OP instead of the information presented. This is something I have to put up with regularly and it's supremely annoying but I'm on their turf and trying to understand INFJ's eh.

      Anyway, I liked your thread. I don't agree with all of it but I'm not writing you to tell you that. I'm writing you to tell you I like the way you stated your ideas and to not get bogged down in the whine-fest that people are creating over it.
    11. invisible

      marilyn loves you
    12. Siamese cat
      Siamese cat
      Happy birthday! :)
    13. Saru Inc
      Saru Inc
      Hi, I'd like to say officially I do believe you to be INFJ. I say this due to the fact that the vast majority of people on here ain't no infj, so I'm going around telling everyone I believe them to be, are. have a mysti-cookie.
    14. mattles
      So how goes it Chess?
    15. 88chaz88
      I wasn't threatening, I was asking. If my tone came out wrong I'm pretty sure you know why.
    16. aerosol
      Louise says hi.
    17. aerosol
      ...What? Ha.
    18. aerosol
      Sorry... Don't think I was on at that time, or at least not for long enough to notice your message.
    19. Ria
      Merry Christmas!
    20. Bird
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    Mar 9, 1985 (Age: 38)
    I don't have any particular goals for a career. I
    I could write a terribly dry biography of places, events, and people but my inner life is as eventful as it is indescribable.

    I'm in my mid-twenties and hunting for meaning. Connectivity.

    If you want to know the full story you'll have to ask me directly. I love telling stories and hope I can make this one at least a little interesting.
    In descending order, which 6 things could you never do without?:
    6.Affection. I'm a snuggle whore. Get over it.

    5.Music. I'd have started killing people without music some years ago.

    4.The capacity to write.

    3.A feeling of connectivity. It's a feeling of being part of the cosmos.

    2.Freedom. Self determination. I may live in a society that is only free in a very weak sense but freedom is necessary. If I ever face prison, it would be a death sentence.

    1.Information Access. Books, the internet, other people. I need stimulation.
    What would be your epitaph?:
    Haha! Now She's Your Problem You Divine Asshole!
    Lemme see...I'm a young nudist transgendered furry BDSM fetishist writer and livin' somewhere around Madison. If you're in the world, feel free to pet my ears. They're very shapely and agreeable to petting.

    Chessie is the first name I took after I abandoned the name I was born with. My dearest best friend at the time decided I smile just a little bit like the Cheshire cat.

    Late 2003 I managed to put together all of the various parts of myself to discover I was trans-gendered. I know, real head trip, right? It hit me out of left field too although why I'll never know.

    My Crotch. Yes, it comes around to that question. Okay okay, ask questions. Feel free to ask about me being trans. I love to talk to other transexuals. Trans-admirers aren't welcome. Meesh!

    In people I will always look for those with intense stories first. I'm well educated and I don't like drama at all! Chessie is a low drama kitten. Life is a cuddle, a good movie, some pasta, friends, and freedom. Keep that in mind and you'll have a perfectly happy time on this planet!

    The shamans, artists, philsophers, and monsters are the people who seed the world with their madness and manifest our possible destiny.

    Chessie's an affectionate mess so get used to it! If you message me, you're likely to get your head hugged. Mrowr.

    I'm an INFJ personality with a Keirsey temperament of Idealist/Advocate/Champion. I know those tests aren't definitive but they sure do give people good guidelines.

    Bring me your brains! If you're brilliant I need to meet you. Wise minds will get through the door first. Smarts are nummy.

    Bottom notes: I love people. I'm most often available through Yahoo, AIM, MSN, and Skype but don't ask for Skype right at the start and dear gods don't give my info to your friends.

    Myriad. Just myriad. Sociology and politics hold a special place in my heart but I am a fan of the sciences as well. Trans-humanism is a strong part of my personal philosophical structure so I guess you could say that my religion is progress of mind, body, and spirit towards grand and unknown futures.


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