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MBTI: Nyota Uhura- INFJ

Posted in MBTI Idealists, MBTI Stuff with tags , , , on 09/01/2015 by McCutcheon

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For the record, we’ll be going off the newer Star Trek movies for this one.

While Bones, Kirk, and Spock have personalities in the newer films resembling their television counterparts, Uhura seemed to go through some changes from her first appearances to JJ Abram’s big screen translation.

Uhura keeps things to herself yet can’t hide what she’s feeling. She seems to care for others in a way that doesn’t quite flow openly from brain to mouth. I went back and forth for a while on this one but INFJ seems to be the best fit. Continue reading

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Space and Film- Black Holes

Posted in Whatever with tags , , , , , , , , on 10/21/2014 by McCutcheon

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Written by Bryce Waller

Space is fun. I can’t say that I have ever been there, but I tend to live vicariously through other people. Other people in this instance being, Tom Hanks, William Shatner, and Harrison Ford.

Why is space fun? An endless void of stars, galaxies, and everything else that is out there that I don’t know about. These endless possibilities open up endless opportunities for new movies and new ideas set in space. Shooting on site is a bit difficult, but if you can manage the trip to the space production studio, the space sickness wears off…so I’m told.

In the spirit of all things space, specifically Interstellar’s release date nearing (November 5th) I wanted to discuss a few of the cooler space themes in film. Specifically- black holes.  Continue reading

MBTI: Leonard “Bones” McCoy- ESFJ

Posted in MBTI Guardians, MBTI Stuff with tags , , , , on 08/26/2013 by McCutcheon

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“Dammit Jim, I’m a Guardian, not an Idealist!”

Okay, so Bones never said that, but he would, should type theory make it to the Star Trek universe in the far, faraway future.

Bones’ gruffness coupled with actually caring about people (it’s his job, after all) greatly compliments Kirk’s selfishness and Spock’s need for logic without emotion. Continue reading