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This man is an absolute genious, he is the true Punmaster

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ALSO, In 1987, he angered the residents of a Chicago suburb, Lake Forest, by cutting down more than a hundred oak trees on his estate. The incident is now referred to as The Lake Forest Chain Saw Massacre.

Is there something in his past causing him to hate trees? Possibly something deeply rooted?  I’m starting to think maybe he really really doesn’t like trees.

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The questionnaires measured the Big Five traits (extraversion, agreeableness, conscientiousness, neuroticism, and openness to experience) and also an honesty-humility factor. The researchers then looked to see how the “rank-order stability” of people’s traits (how their scores ranked compared to other people’s) varied across that two-year gap, and how this stability varied as a function of age…

The key finding was that personality stability varied through the lifespan, increasing from the 20s to the 40s and 50s, and then declining towards old age, up to age 80. This broad pattern was found for all traits, except for agreeableness, which showed gradually reduced stability through life. For conscientiousness, openness to experience, and honesty-humility, trait instability had returned at the oldest age to the levels seen at the youngest age…

Extraversion and neuroticism showed highest stability in the late 30s, while the other traits (openness, honesty-humility, and conscientiousness) showed peak stability in the late 40s, early 50s.

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Curious study indicates the stability of your personality peaks in mid-life. Of course, the notion of fixed, stable personality is a myth – something Anaïs Nin captured beautifully.  

For the ultimate mind-bender, see philosopher Joshua Knobe on how we know who “we” are if we change so much over time.

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The best part about reverse graffiti is that it forces the city to clean their walls if they want to get rid of it.  XD

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