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Can u honesty and self-reflection

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  1. 1. R u biased or incapable of reasoning from opposite view points

  2. 2. Are you capable of counter-arguing your own perspective in a non-trivial way?

  3. 3. How large is your ego?

    • Did you ask about the size of my ... hands?
    • I am an above average person
    • I am in general a very mediocre person
    • below average

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BRAINS!!  *shuffling of feet screams in the distance*

 

uhhhhhh...

 

Noooooooooooo brains heeeeeeere....

 

 

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1. Usually not biased or minimal part of why I play all the ships.

 

2. 9/10 I think so. 

 

3. It really depends on the situation. You wanna talk history and accuracy on DD's and cruisers, eh, definitely not some place I know things. Skills in the game, eh I'll debate on that one. Aircraft and CV related things, much as I can admit when I'm wrong when shown new info (number of aircraft GZ could historically hold) there's a reason I laughed when GZ failed as I said it likely would when announced at tier 8 and I usually dedicate a paragraph just to my gripes on the Stuka still being tier 8, because I've studied second World War aviation for more than 20 years. School, or rather, back when I was in school.... yeah ego and all was about on par with Q from Star Trek TNG. Even teachers were puzzled why the kid that could do physics calculations in his head as the question was asked wasn't in honours or some more advanced class.

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It is interesting, to see oneself through others eyes. (i do not desire to contemplate the requirements to complete that). As it is said the Mind is a terrible thing. 

 

 

Edited by Maggie_Saito

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I'm always right.

Now let me reflect on my opinion.

Yep, I'm always right.

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R u incapable of spelling out 3 letter words while posting inane polls about other people's egos?

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Depends on the issue, but on some matters ( human sacrifice, political assassination) I am pretty hard core against.  

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For a person who is actually a no/yes, and answers truthfully, the poll will reveal a no/yes.  For a person who is actually a yes/no, but who is otherwise subject to the Dunning-Kruger effect, the poll will again reveal a no/yes.  For a person who is actually a yes/no, and answers yes/no, they will (by the very act of answering the questions truthfully in that manner) effectively become a no/yes.

 

Ergo, all yes/no answers are from no/yes people not answering truthfully.

Edited by Soshi_Sone

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A simple poll that would accurately reflect the perception of the player base is:

 

On a scale from 1-10, how smart do you think you are as a percentage of the world's population (10 = top 10%; 1 = lowest 10‰). Answer based not on stored knowledge but on your capacity to solve problems, adapt, learn and apply learning, think critically, be resourceful/creative in accomplishing goals, use deductive reasoning skills, etc. 

 

Choices would be 1-10 and also include an "exact middle" option. 

 

The problem with the multiple question polls is that you can't decipher how each individual person voted. One person voting yes/yes and another voting no/no will produce the same result statistically as one person voting yes/no and another voting no/yes.

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