In the Myers-Briggs typeology system, there are sixteen personality types consisting of four letters: E for extrovert or I for introvert, S for sensor or N for intuitive, T for thinker or F for feeler, and P for perceiver or J for judger. You can read more about Myers-Briggs here and find books about it here.
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Abell disliked many of the tactics and operations proposed by Irving Morrell, but the two men shared a hatred of the Confederacy and a wary respect for each other's abilities. Abell is typically portrayed as an excellent soldier in his role as a General Staff officer, but is an occasional antagonist to Irving Morrell and Abner Dowling, both field officers, as their approaches to war differ radically.
Dowling and Abell even appear to become friends to the extent that either man has friendsboth men sharing an ironic sense of humor and low regard for MacArthur. During the war, Abell was promoted twice: After the war ended, it was his duty to inform General Abner Dowling of the possibility that Dowling retire.
Blackford re-entered the series in GW: They ultimately married despite religious and political differences. They would later have a son named Joshua. Inhe was asked by presidential candidate Upton Sinclair to be the Socialist Party nominee to be the Vice President.
The Socialists defeated Democratic incumbent Theodore Rooseveltwho was running for a third term. Sinclair and Blackford were re-elected in Blackford defeated Coolidge by a small margin and became the 30th president after finally taking Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
It was a closer race than the election had been, but Coolidge ultimately conceded to Blackford over the telephone. While conceding, Coolidge predicted that the bull market could not last and that a dramatic crash was certain. Blackford naively dismissed Coolidge's predictions believing that the Socialists had enacted adequate safety measures.
However, history proved Coolidge right as an economic panic and subsequent stock market crash came in late The crash and depression were largely blamed on Blackford.
Shantytowns of unemployed people in the United States become known as Blackfordburghs in honor of the failure of the Blackford Presidency. In response he tried passing make-work legislation, but nothing helped.
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The fact that the Democrat-controlled Congress defeated most of those make-work bills did not help matters much. The Japanese responded by sneak attacking Los Angeles. This destroyed Blackford's hopes of reelection, and began the Pacific War.The Myers-Briggs Types of Fictional Characters Kate Scott For those of you who are not familiar with Myers-Briggs, it’s a personality profiling system based on Jung’s typological theory that was developed by Katherine Cook Briggs and her daughter, Isabel Briggs Myers.
Sometimes bad beards happen to good people View "The 21 Best Fictional Beards, Ranked" and more funny posts on Dorkly. Fictional characters with beards, the collection of hair that grows on the chin and cheeks of humans and some non-human animals.
In humans, usually only pubescent or adult males are able to grow beards. What about beards and chest hair for men? I am a very visual person. As I create my basic story details, including character information, I find some kind of picture . There aren’t too many fictional characters before B.C., which is also part of “all time.” Assuming Judaeo-Christian texts are considered fiction by some, perhaps, to these people, God, Moses, Noah (the father of all mankind, according to texts), Jesus, and Solomon might qualify.
Wade Hampton V is a fictional descendant of Wade Hampton III and a prominent member of the Whigs. In , Hampton V ran for President of the CSA and won election over both Jake Featherston (Freedom) and Ainsworth Layne (Radical Liberals).