There Can Only Be One (Or Two)
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Me and My Wife : There Can Only Be Two - not One
Taken after a Punishing Hour in the Gym, Dallas, Texas
So today, TIME Magazine unravels a great mash-up of pictures of two of the Dems contenders for Presidency. I have nothing against any of the two becoming President of the country south of our border. I was leaning towards the leftie at one point and now am becoming the typical Pinoy who cheers for the underdog as I think Hillary is at present. Whatever it is, I hope any of the two can just take over now and not until January 9, 2009. Ang tagal pa nun.
This mash-up pic was a good take on the NBA's current Playoffs campaign of having only one winner at the end of the season.
hahaha, kasali pa kami sa dulo.... This was cropped from the same picture taken from the same instance, at the same moment. You can see the difference in the personalities of Mitzi and I. Me and my big almost laughing pose, and she with her reserved charming smile.
Which leads me to the test I took as part of a tag from Tin.
I took the test 16 years ago, way back during my Pepsi days. The HR Director then wanted to see who among the Management trainees could best work with the President and maybe experiment on ensuring that people who will surround the big guy will be aligned with his personality. Guess what? I scored very close to Mr. Pepsi president, and oftentimes - no one denied that we had the same personality. Geesh...
So this morning I took the test again thinking that with my experience and an extra 16 years of knowing myself, I may have a different result and assessment. NOT. I'm still an ENTJ. Whatever that means, I'm putting the results here for you not to judge me but to see that all of us have something in common.
Most of you who I've known for more than 10 years, including Vangie, Cecille and Tin, would be able to validate this assessment. After taking the same exam 16 years apart and still generating the same results means that it is what it is.
As a rejoinder, the Pepsi experiment proved to be true. After working with the President for 2.5 years, he moved on and worked in another company. He then offered me a job to join him in his new job and that was it. He left the same company saying that the company can run even with him at the helm. He was too big for it and moved on. I wonder where he is now.