Dramione Drabble: An Anonymous Invite

This drabble was inspired by the following image:

dramione

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/749427194213629796/

My drabble: The photos above were taken at the Annual Pureblood Nobility Gala, where all purebloods celebrate the accomplishments of 15% of the purebloods considered most successful of that year. There was monetary award for those top 15% purebloods, as well as a Nobility Award, which was a rich estate for the pureblood to live on. In this Gala, Draco, Blaise, and Theo were among the 15% who would be awarded the Nobility Award. Draco was commemorated for becoming the Head of the Department of Magical Law Enforcement (to Harry Potter’s extreme dismay), Blaise for becoming Head of the Auror Office, and Theo for all the groundbreaking potions he had invented in his laboratory.

The purebloods who would be given the Nobility Award were allowed to anonymously invite one person of the opposite sex, and at the end of the Gala, the invited person would get to dance with the anonymous pureblood that invited him/her, as well as get 10% of the monetary award that would be rewarded to the pureblood. The person invited would also be offered the chance to live on the estate with their anonymous inviter. So usually, the person who was invited would often be someone the pureblood was already in a serious relationship with, and the anonymous invite would technically not be anonymous at all.

However, when Hermione received her anonymous invite, she was beyond shocked. And extremely confused. She knew none of the purebloods who were being awarded, except for Draco, Blaise, Theo, Ginny, and Luna. Ginny and Luna confirmed with her that they didn’t invite her– Ginny had invited Harry while Luna had invited no one since she and Theo were already engaged and were planning to share one estate with each other (while each would still be awarded the same amount of monetary award). So that left Draco and Blaise. The only two men whom she would ever put on her hate-list besides Voldemort. Even after graduating Hogwarts and becoming the first female Minister of Magic as of this year, Hermione had not been on the friendliest of terms with the two Slytherin men. Draco had especially been rotten to her, since he blatantly despised the idea of having a Minister of Magic who was both a woman and a muggle-born. As someone who was constantly bombarded by the press and the media, he would never hesitate to speak about his disgust with Hermione’s position as Minister of Magic. Blaise was the same way, although his comments about her were more obnoxious and silly rather than cold and demeaning like Draco’s.

Hermione decided to accept the invite, only because she wanted to be there for Ginny and Luna. And at the Gala, she couldn’t help but notice how flirtatious Blaise was around Ginny, even in front of Harry. Pansy was there, and she never left Draco’s side, as if she knew for sure that he was her anonymous inviter. For a while, Hermione assumed he was, but then she noticed how often he was making eye contact with her over Pansy’s shoulder. And every time she would return his gaze, he would immediately look away. And every time she would take her eyes off of him, she would feel his gaze returning, with that same expression in the photo above.

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Fan Video Ratings: Frozen, Twilight, Pokemon, Zootopia

Ratings of each video are based off a 7-point scale:

7= strongly agree

6= moderately agree

5= slightly agree

4= neither agree nor disagree

3= slightly disagree

2= moderately disagree

1= strongly disagree

 

What Happened To Kristoff’s Parents? | Frozen Theory

My ratings:

Taught me new facts: 7/7

Taught me new interpretations: 7/7

Helped me come up with my own ideas: 6/7

Agreed with the messages: 6/7

Personally enjoyed the video: 7/7

Engrossing: 6/7

Humorous: 6/7

Complex: 6/7

Confusing: 3/7

 

Is Twilight the WORST Thing Ever?

My ratings:

Taught me new facts: 5/7

Taught me new interpretations: 7/7

Helped me come up with my own ideas: 6/7

Agreed with the messages: 6/7

Personally enjoyed the video: 7/7

Engrossing: 7/7

Humorous: 6/7

Complex: 6/7

Confusing: 3/7

 

Does PG Mean Anything Anymore?

My ratings:

Taught me new facts: 7/7

Taught me new interpretations: 7/7

Helped me come up with my own ideas: 7/7

Agreed with the messages: 6/7

Personally enjoyed the video: 7/7

Engrossing: 7/7

Humorous: 7/7

Complex: 6/7

Confusing: 5/7

 

IF POKEMON HAD FACEBOOK

My ratings:

Taught me new facts: 5/7

Taught me new interpretations: 6/7

Helped me come up with my own ideas: 6/7

Agreed with the messages: 5/7

Personally enjoyed the video: 7/7

Engrossing: 7/7

Humorous: 7/7

Complex: 1/7

Confusing: 1/7

 

Fish in Zootopia Explained | Zootopia Theory: Discovering Disney

My ratings:

Taught me new facts: 3/7

Taught me new interpretations: 7/7

Helped me come up with my own ideas: 7/7

Agreed with the messages: 6/7

Personally enjoyed the video: 7/7

Engrossing: 7/7

Humorous: 7/7

Complex: 6/7

Confusing: 5/7

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Pokemon Discoveries and Theories

Pokemon Timeline Explained | Legendary and Mythical Pokemon

Critiques (Based on Enneagram Types)

  • Type 1 (The Reformer)– Some content in this source is in need of improvement: 4/7
  • Type 2 (The Helper)– Some content in this source is relevant for improving the well-being of others: 5/7
  • Type 3 (The Achiever)– Some content in this source is useful: 5/7
  • Type 4 (The Individualist)– Some content in this source is emotionally moving: 5/7
  • Type 5 (The Investigator)– Some content in this source is thought-provoking: 7/7
  • Type 6 (The Loyalist)– Some content in this source is concerning: 5/7
  • Type 7 (The Enthusiast)– Some content in this source is cool: 7/7
  • Type 8 (The Challenger)– Some content in this source I disagree with or question: 5/7
  • Type 9 (The Peacemaker)– Some content in this I agree with: 6/7

Critiques (Based on Medical Factors)

  • Some content is Neurological (i.e., it contains info that is complex): 6/7
  • Some content is Psychiatric- (i.e., it contains info that is confusing): 3/7
  • Some content is Genetic- (i.e., it contains info that is based on an strong, unchangeable, reliable foundation): 6/7
  • Some content is Cardiovascular- (i.e., it contains info that is essential to understand): 3/7
  • Some content is Cancerous (i.e., it contains info that should NOT be more widely known): 2/7
  • Some content is Gastroenterological (i.e., it contains info that is gut-wrenching): 6/7
  • Some content is Urinary (i.e., it contains info that should be discarded and put to waste): 3/7
  • Some content is Infectious (i.e., it contains info that can be dangerous): 5/7
  • Some content is Immunological (i.e., it contains info that can correct certain flaws in the world): 5/7

 

 

Top 10 Unique Pokemon You Probably Didn’t Know About!

Critiques (Based on Enneagram Types)

  • Type 1 (The Reformer)– Some content in this source is in need of improvement: 5/7
  • Type 2 (The Helper)– Some content in this source is relevant for improving the well-being of others: 5/7
  • Type 3 (The Achiever)– Some content in this source is useful: 5/7
  • Type 4 (The Individualist)– Some content in this source is emotionally moving: 3/7
  • Type 5 (The Investigator)– Some content in this source is thought-provoking: 6/7
  • Type 6 (The Loyalist)– Some content in this source is concerning: 3/7
  • Type 7 (The Enthusiast)– Some content in this source is cool: 6/7
  • Type 8 (The Challenger)– Some content in this source I disagree with or question: 6/7
  • Type 9 (The Peacemaker)– Some content in this I agree with: 5/7

Critiques (Based on Medical Factors)

  • Some content is Neurological (i.e., it contains info that is complex): 5/7
  • Some content is Psychiatric- (i.e., it contains info that is confusing): 2/7
  • Some content is Genetic- (i.e., it contains info that is based on an strong, unchangeable, reliable foundation): 6/7
  • Some content is Cardiovascular- (i.e., it contains info that is essential to understand): 2/7
  • Some content is Cancerous (i.e., it contains info that should NOT be more widely known): 2/7
  • Some content is Gastroenterological (i.e., it contains info that is gut-wrenching): 3/7
  • Some content is Urinary (i.e., it contains info that should be discarded and put to waste): 3/7
  • Some content is Infectious (i.e., it contains info that can be dangerous): 5/7
  • Some content is Immunological (i.e., it contains info that can correct certain flaws in the world): 3/7

 

 

Top 10 BIGGEST Mysteries in Pokemon!

Critiques (Based on Enneagram Types)

  • Type 1 (The Reformer)– Some content in this source is in need of improvement: 5/7
  • Type 2 (The Helper)– Some content in this source is relevant for improving the well-being of others: 5/7
  • Type 3 (The Achiever)– Some content in this source is useful: 5/7
  • Type 4 (The Individualist)– Some content in this source is emotionally moving: 5/7
  • Type 5 (The Investigator)– Some content in this source is thought-provoking: 6/7
  • Type 6 (The Loyalist)– Some content in this source is concerning: 5/7
  • Type 7 (The Enthusiast)– Some content in this source is cool: 6/7
  • Type 8 (The Challenger)– Some content in this source I disagree with or question: 6/7
  • Type 9 (The Peacemaker)– Some content in this I agree with: 6/7

Critiques (Based on Medical Factors)

  • Some content is Neurological (i.e., it contains info that is complex): 6/7
  • Some content is Psychiatric- (i.e., it contains info that is confusing): 6/7
  • Some content is Genetic- (i.e., it contains info that is based on an strong, unchangeable, reliable foundation): 5/7
  • Some content is Cardiovascular- (i.e., it contains info that is essential to understand): 2/7
  • Some content is Cancerous (i.e., it contains info that should NOT be more widely known): 3/7
  • Some content is Gastroenterological (i.e., it contains info that is gut-wrenching): 3/7
  • Some content is Urinary (i.e., it contains info that should be discarded and put to waste): 3/7
  • Some content is Infectious (i.e., it contains info that can be dangerous): 3/7
  • Some content is Immunological (i.e., it contains info that can correct certain flaws in the world): 5/7
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Peter Pan, Tinkerbell, and Wendy (Updated Character Critiques)

Ratings of each character are based off a 7-point scale:

7= absolutely/strongly agree

6= moderately agree

5= slightly agree

4= neutral

3= slightly disagree

2= moderately disagree

1= absolutely/strongly disagree


 

Peter Pan

Peter

  • Character qualities
    • Interesting: 7/7
    • Admirable: 3/7
    • Inspirational: 2/7
    • Humorous: 5/7
    • Mysterious: 4/7
    • Relatable: 3/7
    • Likable as a character: 6/7
    • Likable in real life: 3/7
    • Useful to the story: 7/7

 

  • Personality profile
    • MBTI: ENFP
    • Enneagram: 7w8
    • Hogwarts House: Gryffindor
    • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral

 

Other Critiques (Based on Enneagram Types)

  • Type 1 (The Reformer)– Some qualities about this character are in need of improvement: 6/7
  • Type 2 (The Helper)– Some qualities about this character are relevant for improving the well-being of others: 5/7
  • Type 3 (The Achiever)– Some qualities about this character are useful for the story: 7/7
  • Type 4 (The Individualist)– Some qualities about this character are emotionally moving: 7/7
  • Type 5 (The Investigator)– Some qualities about this character are thought-provoking: 7/7
  • Type 6 (The Loyalist)– Some qualities about this character are concerning: 7/7
  • Type 7 (The Enthusiast)– Some qualities about this character are cool:  6/7
  • Type 8 (The Challenger)– Some qualities about this character I disagree with or question: 7/7
  • Type 9 (The Peacemaker)– Some qualities about this character I agree with: 5/7

 

Other Critiques (Based on Medical Factors)

  • Cancerous- This character should be more widely known: 3/7
  • Neurological- This character is complex: 6/7
  • Psychiatric- Some qualities about this character are confusing: 6/7
  • Genetic- Some qualities about this character are based on an strong, unchangeable, reliable foundation: 5/7
  • Cardiovascular- In the context of the story, some qualities about this character are essential to understand (in real life): 6/7
  • Gastroenterological- In the context of the story, some qualities about this character are nourishing (although not essential) to understand: 6/7
  • Urinary- Some qualities about this character should be discarded (if in real life): 3/7
  • Infectious- Some qualities about this character can be off-putting to other characters in the story: 6/7
  • Immunological- Some qualities about this character can cleanse something off-putting for other characters in the story: 5/7

 

 

Wendy Darling

  • Character qualities
    • Interesting: 6/7
    • Admirable: 7/7
    • Inspirational: 7/7
    • Humorous: 2/7
    • Mysterious: 2/7
    • Relatable: 4/7
    • Likable as a character: 7/7
    • Likable in real life: 7/7
    • Useful to the story: 7/7

 

  • Personality profile
    • MBTI: ENFJ
    • Enneagram: 2w1
    • Hogwarts House: Hufflepuff
    • Alignment: Lawful Good

 

Other Critiques (Based on Enneagram Types)

  • Type 1 (The Reformer)– Some qualities about this character are in need of improvement: 2/7
  • Type 2 (The Helper)– Some qualities about this character are relevant for improving the well-being of others: 7/7
  • Type 3 (The Achiever)– Some qualities about this character are useful for the story: 7/7
  • Type 4 (The Individualist)– Some qualities about this character are emotionally moving: 6/7
  • Type 5 (The Investigator)– Some qualities about this character are thought-provoking: 6/7
  • Type 6 (The Loyalist)– Some qualities about this character are concerning: 5/7
  • Type 7 (The Enthusiast)– Some qualities about this character are cool: 5/7
  • Type 8 (The Challenger)– Some qualities about this character I disagree with or question: 3/7
  • Type 9 (The Peacemaker)– Some qualities about this character I agree with: 6/7

 

Other Critiques (Based on Medical Factors)

  • Cancerous- This character should be more widely known: 5/7
  • Neurological- This character is complex: 5/7
  • Psychiatric- Some qualities about this character are confusing: 3/7
  • Genetic- Some qualities about this character are based on an strong, unchangeable, reliable foundation: 5/7
  • Cardiovascular- In the context of the story, some qualities about this character are essential to understand (in real life): 7/7
  • Gastroenterological- In the context of the story, some qualities about this character are nourishing (although not essential) to understand: 5/7
  • Urinary- Some qualities about this character should be discarded (if in real life): 2/7
  • Infectious- Some qualities about this character can be off-putting to other characters in the story: 5/7
  • Immunological- Some qualities about this character can cleanse something off-putting for other characters in the story: 7/7

 

Tinkerbell

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  • Character qualities
    • Interesting: 7/7
    • Admirable: 2/7
    • Inspirational: 2/7
    • Humorous: 6/7
    • Mysterious: 6/7
    • Relatable: 3/7
    • Likable as a character: 6/7
    • Likable in real life: 4/7
    • Useful to the story: 6/7

 

  • Personality profile
    • MBTI: INTP
    • Enneagram: 4w3
    • Hogwarts House: Slytherin
    • Alignment: Lawful Neutral

 

Other Critiques (Based on Enneagram Types)

  • Type 1 (The Reformer)– Some qualities about this character are in need of improvement: 7/7
  • Type 2 (The Helper)– Some qualities about this character are relevant for improving the well-being of others: 5/7
  • Type 3 (The Achiever)– Some qualities about this character are useful for the story: 5/7
  • Type 4 (The Individualist)– Some qualities about this character are emotionally moving: 5/7
  • Type 5 (The Investigator)– Some qualities about this character are thought-provoking: 6/7
  • Type 6 (The Loyalist)– Some qualities about this character are concerning: 7/7
  • Type 7 (The Enthusiast)– Some qualities about this character are cool: 6/7
  • Type 8 (The Challenger)– Some qualities about this character I disagree with or question: 6/7
  • Type 9 (The Peacemaker)– Some qualities about this character I agree with: 5/7

 

Other Critiques (Based on Medical Factors)

  • Cancerous- This character should be more widely known: 3/7
  • Neurological- This character is complex: 6/7
  • Psychiatric- Some qualities about this character are confusing: 6/7
  • Genetic- Some qualities about this character are based on an strong, unchangeable, reliable foundation: 2/7
  • Cardiovascular- In the context of the story, some qualities about this character are essential to understand (in real life): 5/7
  • Gastroenterological- In the context of the story, some qualities about this character are nourishing (although not essential) to understand: 6/7
  • Urinary- Some qualities about this character should be discarded (if in real life): 6/7
  • Infectious- Some qualities about this character can be off-putting to other characters in the story: 6/7
  • Immunological- Some qualities about this character can cleanse something off-putting for other characters in the story: 5/7
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Enneagram and the Anatomy (Poems)

The Type 1 Lymphocytes

Type 1, aka “the Reformer” personality type:

Rational, purposeful, principled, perfectionistic,

Like the lymphocytes of the immune system.

Always on the lookout for any foreign invader,

These cells include B cells,

Which are always ready to shoot antibody darts at any suspicious molecule in the blood,

As well as T cells,

Which are always ready to stab toxins into any cells suspected to be infected.

These lymphocytes will react to anything out of the ordinary,

Always ready to correct any suspicious behavior in the blood and among the cells.

However, their over-awareness of imperfections can be a downfall,

Sometimes leading them to mistakenly criticize what may not even be flawed at all,

Resulting in the destruction of healthy cells and tissues,

In the case of autoimmune disorders.

Just as the Type 1 personality type is characterized by a strong sense of right and wrong,

A goal to achieve perfection,

And a flawed characteristic of being overly self-critical,

So are these lymphocytes

Characterized by a strong awareness of what belongs in the body and what doesn’t,

A goal to achieve perfect immunity to any foreign invaders,

And a flawed characteristic of being self-reactive in autoimmune diseases.

But just as Type 1’s are wise, industrious workers at their best,

These lymphocytes at their best,

Achieve wisdom to become great discerners of foreign and non-foreign,

So that their industriousness to correct the wrong does not lead them astray.

 

Type 2, the Helper T Cell

Type 2, aka “the Helper” personality type:

The caring, interpersonal, generous type,

Like the helper T cells of the adaptive immune system.

These cells are always ready to interact with others to help the body,

Alerting B cells to pull the trigger and shoot antibodies at any invading beast,

As well as waking up the hungry macrophages to gobble up the intruder.

However, just as the Type 2 can fall prey to possessiveness and pride,

As well as an over-reliance on others’ approval,

These helper T cells can become desperate,

Feeling the intense need to make a contribution,

Even when unnecessary,

Leading them to alert B cells to attack molecules and tissues,

That are not foreign nor dangerous,

As in the case of an autoimmune disorder.

But just as Type 2’s are altruistic, humble, and unconditionally loving at their best,

These helper T cells, in their healthy states,

Demonstrate altruism through their continuous work in the body,

Alerting other cells to the necessary dangers,

And expecting nothing back in return.

 

Type 9 Diabetes

Type 9, aka “the Peacemaker” personality type:

Agreeable, easygoing, but rather lazy and complacent,

Like the insulin receptor in Type 2 diabetes.

The insulin receptor in this disease is resistant,

Too passive and unresponsive to respond to insulin when the hormone binds.

As this receptor falls asleep on the job,

Glucose molecules pile up around its workplace.

The blood becomes overloaded,

With energetic sugar molecules,

As well as panicking insulin hormones that aim to rid them.

The fretful insulin hormones bang at the insulin receptors of the cells,

But like any structure with the Type 9 personality,

The insulin receptor fails to do its job,

For it prefers to continue sleeping,

And pretend like there is nothing pressing to address.

But just as Type 9’s are harmonious, autonomous, and connected at their best,

These insulin receptors, at their healthiest state,

Are responsive, peacemaking molecules,

Able to get the job done to rid the blood of excessive glucose,

And maintain a healthy, balanced level of peace in the blood.

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Medicine Poems

Physiology of an Electric Mouse (Pikachu)

The mitochondria within its cells are composed of copper, pure silver, and other conductive atoms.

Glucose is broken down to carbon dioxide and water within these mitochondria,

And in the process, electrical energy is harnessed.

When its nerve cells give the signal,

Lightning shoots out of its tail and cheeks at will.

 

Monkey Pain Relief

A cell shoots a blast of cytokines,

These bubbly molecules swarm around a nearby cell,

The monkey howls in pain.

Then the monkey rubs a plant on his wound.

A flash of lightning strikes the cytokines,

And the bubble molecules burst into ashes.

The monkey’s pain is relieved.

Inspired from: https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/orangutans-use-plant-extracts-to-treat-pain/

 

Traffic Jam

It was a beautiful day.

The blood vessels were emitting a bright red light,

As red blood cells flowed merrily through the highway of networked capillaries.

Then there was the sound of honking horns,

And shouts of frustration.

There was a mass of red cells,

Crescent-moon-shaped,

Sticking together in large clumps.

They were blocking the way into the next exit,

And many red blood cells were stuck behind the clump,

Unable to officially leave the pulmonary veins.

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Pokemon Timeline Videos (with critiques)

Pokemon Timeline Explained | The Beginning of Everything

Critiques (Based on Enneagram Types)

  • Type 1 (The Reformer)– Some content in this source is in need of improvement: 4/7
  • Type 2 (The Helper)– Some content in this source is relevant for improving the well-being of others: 5/7
  • Type 3 (The Achiever)– Some content in this source is useful: 6/7
  • Type 4 (The Individualist)– Some content in this source is emotionally moving: 6/7
  • Type 5 (The Investigator)– Some content in this source is thought-provoking: 7/7
  • Type 6 (The Loyalist)– Some content in this source is concerning: 5/7
  • Type 7 (The Enthusiast)– Some content in this source is cool:  7/7
  • Type 8 (The Challenger)– Some content in this source I disagree with or question: 5/7
  • Type 9 (The Peacemaker)– Some content in this I agree with: 6/7

 

Pokemon Timeline Explained | Ancient History

Critiques (Based on Enneagram Types)

  • Type 1 (The Reformer)– Some content in this source is in need of improvement: 5/7
  • Type 2 (The Helper)– Some content in this source is relevant for improving the well-being of others: 5/7
  • Type 3 (The Achiever)– Some content in this source is useful: 7/7
  • Type 4 (The Individualist)– Some content in this source is emotionally moving: 6/7
  • Type 5 (The Investigator)– Some content in this source is thought-provoking: 7/7
  • Type 6 (The Loyalist)– Some content in this source is concerning: 6/7
  • Type 7 (The Enthusiast)– Some content in this source is cool:  7/7
  • Type 8 (The Challenger)– Some content in this source I disagree with or question: 6/7
  • Type 9 (The Peacemaker)– Some content in this I agree with: 6/7

 

Pokemon Timeline Explained | Recent History

Critiques (Based on Enneagram Types)

  • Type 1 (The Reformer)– Some content in this source is in need of improvement: 5/7
  • Type 2 (The Helper)– Some content in this source is relevant for improving the well-being of others: 6/7
  • Type 3 (The Achiever)– Some content in this source is useful: 7/7
  • Type 4 (The Individualist)– Some content in this source is emotionally moving: 3/7
  • Type 5 (The Investigator)– Some content in this source is thought-provoking: 7/7
  • Type 6 (The Loyalist)– Some content in this source is concerning: 3/7
  • Type 7 (The Enthusiast)– Some content in this source is cool:  6/7
  • Type 8 (The Challenger)– Some content in this source I disagree with or question: 6/7
  • Type 9 (The Peacemaker)– Some content in this I agree with: 6/7

 

Pokemon Timeline Explained | Current History Part 1

Critiques (Based on Enneagram Types)

  • Type 1 (The Reformer)– Some content in this source is in need of improvement: 6/7
  • Type 2 (The Helper)– Some content in this source is relevant for improving the well-being of others: 2/7
  • Type 3 (The Achiever)– Some content in this source is useful: 6/7
  • Type 4 (The Individualist)– Some content in this source is emotionally moving: 3/7
  • Type 5 (The Investigator)– Some content in this source is thought-provoking: 5/7
  • Type 6 (The Loyalist)– Some content in this source is concerning: 5/7
  • Type 7 (The Enthusiast)– Some content in this source is cool:  5/7
  • Type 8 (The Challenger)– Some content in this source I disagree with or question: 6/7
  • Type 9 (The Peacemaker)– Some content in this I agree with: 5/7

 

Pokemon Timeline Explained | Current History Part 2

Critiques (Based on Enneagram Types)

  • Type 1 (The Reformer)– Some content in this source is in need of improvement: 5/7
  • Type 2 (The Helper)– Some content in this source is relevant for improving the well-being of others: 5/7
  • Type 3 (The Achiever)– Some content in this source is useful: 6/7
  • Type 4 (The Individualist)– Some content in this source is emotionally moving: 5/7
  • Type 5 (The Investigator)– Some content in this source is thought-provoking: 6/7
  • Type 6 (The Loyalist)– Some content in this source is concerning: 5/7
  • Type 7 (The Enthusiast)– Some content in this source is cool:  6/7
  • Type 8 (The Challenger)– Some content in this source I disagree with or question: 6/7
  • Type 9 (The Peacemaker)– Some content in this I agree with: 6/7
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