Ever wanted your personality type summed up in a badass picture? Look no further! If you know your Jungian personality type, go right ahead and compare it to the people below. If you don't know your type, go to this site
and find out! I posted two versions of the picture chart in case one of them doesn't tickle your fancy.
Saturday, October 30, 2010
After browsing through my picture folder to post that combat guide, I realized that I had a pretty sizable stash of guides that I picked up from 4chan and other corners of the internet. Perhaps this should be a guide about neat, interesting, useless, life-saving, [insert adjective here] tidbits of information. It would be nice to have a blog dedicated to serving the public good (as well as making a little cabbage on the side *waves to adsense*), so this could be the appropriate venue for me. To celebrate ending my blog's identity crisis, here's a guide on how to turn one of your ordinary-looking books into a secret storage container.
Well, it's about time that I made a blog. I still need to think about what I'm going to talk about in it, but that'll come with time. As for the name of the blog, I borrowed 'State of Nature' from 16th century British philosopher Thomas Hobbes. Simply put, the state of nature is a hypothetical society that has no government. Hobbes wrote that in the state of nature, the life of the average person is "solitary, poor, nasty, brutish, and short." Without laws and a means to enforce them, people would be running around killing each other. What a thought! Hobbes had a lot of interesting things to say about social and political philosophy, but that's not the focus of this blog. For now, the real focus of this blog is to have no focus. With that said, here are some instructions on hand-to-hand combat, so you can defend yourself if you ever end up in the state of nature.