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29th Jan '16 2:35:53 PM Premonition45
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* The three Democratic Party presidential nominees in 2016: ** Id: Bernie Sanders, passionate, appealing to people's idealism. ** Superego: UsefulNotes/HillaryClinton: Pragmatic and cautious. ** Ego: Martin O'Malley, falling between the two.
23rd Jan '16 6:33:26 AM memememememe
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** Id (inflated): UsefulNotes/NaziGermany, especially UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler himself -- [[LargeHam Extremely passionate, charismatic]], HotBlooded, vindictive, artistic yet too aggressive, {{narcissist}}ic and consumed by {{Hubris}}, reason for war is genetic superiority and RoaringRampageOfRevenge against the Versailles Treaty, [[SanitySlippage grew more and more chaotic, irrational and angst-ridden as the war progresses, was eventually consumed by his own megalomania]] Film/{{Downfall}} exemplified by over-the-top deranged ranting]].
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** Id (inflated): UsefulNotes/NaziGermany, especially UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler himself -- [[LargeHam Extremely passionate, charismatic]], HotBlooded, vindictive, artistic yet too aggressive, {{narcissist}}ic and consumed by {{Hubris}}, reason for war is genetic superiority and RoaringRampageOfRevenge against the Versailles Treaty, [[SanitySlippage grew more and more chaotic, irrational and angst-ridden as the war progresses, was eventually consumed by his own megalomania]] Film/{{Downfall}} [[Film/{{Downfall}} exemplified by over-the-top deranged ranting]].
23rd Jan '16 6:32:55 AM memememememe
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** Id (inflated): UsefulNotes/NaziGermany, especially UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler himself -- [[LargeHam Extremely passionate, charismatic]], HotBlooded, vindictive, artistic yet too aggressive, {{narcissist}}ic and consumed by {{Hubris}}, reason for war is genetic superiority and RoaringRampageOfRevenge against the Versailles Treaty, [[SanitySlippage grew more and more chaotic, irrational and angst-ridden as the war progresses, was eventually consumed by his own megalomania]].
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** Id (inflated): UsefulNotes/NaziGermany, especially UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler himself -- [[LargeHam Extremely passionate, charismatic]], HotBlooded, vindictive, artistic yet too aggressive, {{narcissist}}ic and consumed by {{Hubris}}, reason for war is genetic superiority and RoaringRampageOfRevenge against the Versailles Treaty, [[SanitySlippage grew more and more chaotic, irrational and angst-ridden as the war progresses, was eventually consumed by his own megalomania]].megalomania]] Film/{{Downfall}} exemplified by over-the-top deranged ranting]].
23rd Jan '16 6:31:21 AM memememememe
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** Id (inflated): UsefulNotes/NaziGermany, especially UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler himself -- [[LargeHam Extremely passionate, charismatic]], HotBlooded, vindictive, artistic yet too aggressive and consumed by {{Hubris}}, reason for war is genetic superiority and RoaringRampageOfRevenge against the Versailles Treaty, [[SanitySlippage grew more and more chaotic, irrational and angst-ridden as the war progresses, was eventually consumed by his own megalomania]].
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** Id (inflated): UsefulNotes/NaziGermany, especially UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler himself -- [[LargeHam Extremely passionate, charismatic]], HotBlooded, vindictive, artistic yet too aggressive aggressive, {{narcissist}}ic and consumed by {{Hubris}}, reason for war is genetic superiority and RoaringRampageOfRevenge against the Versailles Treaty, [[SanitySlippage grew more and more chaotic, irrational and angst-ridden as the war progresses, was eventually consumed by his own megalomania]].
23rd Jan '16 6:30:26 AM memememememe
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** Id (inflated): UsefulNotes/NaziGermany, especially UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler himself -- [[LargeHam Extremely passionate, charismatic]], vindictive, artistic yet too aggressive and consumed by {{Hubris}}, reason for war is genetic superiority and RoaringRampageOfRevenge against the Versailles Treaty, [[SanitySlippage grew more and more chaotic, irrational and angst-ridden as the war progresses, was eventually consumed by his own megalomania]].
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** Id (inflated): UsefulNotes/NaziGermany, especially UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler himself -- [[LargeHam Extremely passionate, charismatic]], HotBlooded, vindictive, artistic yet too aggressive and consumed by {{Hubris}}, reason for war is genetic superiority and RoaringRampageOfRevenge against the Versailles Treaty, [[SanitySlippage grew more and more chaotic, irrational and angst-ridden as the war progresses, was eventually consumed by his own megalomania]].
5th Jan '16 9:38:30 PM karstovich2
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*** Perhaps significantly, the aforementioned Lincoln was a native Kentuckian who greatly admired Clay, but lived in free state Illinois and took much from Webster.
7th Sep '15 1:23:54 PM nombretomado
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* Could depend on your viewpoint, but if you were to take the three most well known cities in the United States, you'd have UsefulNotes/LosAngeles (Id), UsefulNotes/NewYork (Ego) and UsefulNotes/{{Chicago}} (Superego).
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* Could depend on your viewpoint, but if you were to take the three most well known cities in the United States, you'd have UsefulNotes/LosAngeles (Id), UsefulNotes/NewYork UsefulNotes/NewYorkCity (Ego) and UsefulNotes/{{Chicago}} (Superego).
15th Jun '15 12:15:59 AM Oddstar6
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*** Arguably, Wilson and Clemenceau should be reversed. Clemenceau, who had been a crusading civil rights journalist and who a clear-eyed, rational view of the future threat posed by Germany, was the superego, whereas Wilson, who combined extreme racism (even for his time) with naive idealism was the id.
3rd May '15 10:16:22 PM Bassball_Batman
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** The masses, merchants and laborers, are the appetitive/id. They have a free market, always seek to satisfy their personal desires, and want as much freedom as possible. ** The Military is the spirited/superego, and seeks to maintain order and the rule of law. ** The government, which in Plato's ideal republic would be a group of philosopher-kings who aren't allowed to own any wealth, are the rational/ego. They command the other two groups and maintain balance between the masses' wish for freedom and the military's wish for order.
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** Id (appetitive): The masses, merchants and laborers, are the appetitive/id. laborers -- They have a free market, always seek to satisfy their personal desires, and want as much freedom as possible. ** Superego (and spirited): The Military is the spirited/superego, and -- seeks to maintain order and the rule of law. ** Ego (and rational): The government, which in Plato's ideal republic would be a group of philosopher-kings who aren't allowed to own any wealth, are the rational/ego. wealth -- They command the other two groups and maintain balance between the masses' wish for freedom and the military's wish for order.

** Robert E. Lee: overall commander, principled but basically realistic, provided balance between Jackson and Longstreet. (Ego) ** Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson: imaginative, risk-taking, bold, passionate. (Id) ** James Longstreet: highly principled, the voice of logic and reason. (Superego)
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** Ego: Robert E. Lee: Lee -- overall commander, principled but basically realistic, provided balance between Jackson and Longstreet. (Ego) Longstreet. ** Id: Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson: Jackson -- imaginative, risk-taking, bold, passionate. (Id) passionate. ** Superego: James Longstreet: Longstreet -- highly principled, the voice of logic and reason. (Superego)reason.

** David Crockett: well-spoken, noble, larger-than-life, and admired by both men, provided a counterbalance between the two. (Ego) ** Jim Bowie: hot-blooded, brash, impulsive, and an alcoholic, but otherwise a respectable leader. (Id) ** William Travis: smart, rational, heroic, and educated; inexperienced, but gradually respected by his men over time. (Superego)
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** Ego: David Crockett: Crockett -- well-spoken, noble, larger-than-life, and admired by both men, provided a counterbalance between the two. (Ego) two. ** Id: Jim Bowie: Bowie -- hot-blooded, brash, impulsive, and an alcoholic, but otherwise a respectable leader. (Id) leader. ** Superego: William Travis: Travis -- smart, rational, heroic, and educated; inexperienced, but gradually respected by his men over time. (Superego)time.

*** Scottie Pippen: Unselfish, passive (at least when Jordan was on the court) and the most reasonable one (Superego) *** Michael Jordan: The ultra-charismatic leader, could be selfish on the court, but was always thinking of getting his team the win, at any cost (Ego) *** Dennis Rodman: The wild, volatile bad boy (ID)
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*** Superego: Scottie Pippen: Pippen -- Unselfish, passive (at least when Jordan was on the court) and the most reasonable one (Superego) one *** Ego: Michael Jordan: Jordan -- The ultra-charismatic leader, could be selfish on the court, but was always thinking of getting his team the win, at any cost (Ego) cost *** Id: Dennis Rodman: Rodman -- The wild, volatile bad boy (ID)boy

*** Kevin Garnett: Intense to the point of madness, but always thinking of the team (superego) *** Paul Pierce: The (official) leader mixes aggression with cool-headed efficiency (ego) *** Rajon Rondo: He is the youngest and the most impulsive. (id)
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*** Superego: Kevin Garnett: Garnett -- Intense to the point of madness, but always thinking of the team (superego) team *** Ego: Paul Pierce: Pierce -- The (official) leader mixes aggression with cool-headed efficiency (ego) efficiency *** Id: Rajon Rondo: Rondo -- He is the youngest and the most impulsive. (id)impulsive.

*** Kobe Bryant: The leader, wants to win, but has a tendency to take too many risks, forcing Gasol and Odom to save the day (id) *** Pau Gasol: victory before everything else (superego) *** Lamar Odom: In the middle, a risk-taker when it's necessary to win (ego)
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*** Id: Kobe Bryant: Bryant -- The leader, wants to win, but has a tendency to take too many risks, forcing Gasol and Odom to save the day (id) day *** Superego: Pau Gasol: Gasol -- victory before everything else (superego) else *** Ego: Lamar Odom: Odom -- In the middle, a risk-taker when it's necessary to win (ego)win

*** Dwyane Wade: The former leader, [[BewareTheNiceOnes usually]] humble and moderate (ego) *** [=LeBron=] James: The current leader, the most cerebral player but personality-wise Hyperactive, uses more aggressive play (id) *** Chris Bosh: Smart, excellent student (superego)
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*** Ego: Dwyane Wade: Wade -- The former leader, [[BewareTheNiceOnes usually]] humble and moderate (ego) moderate *** Id: [=LeBron=] James: James -- The current leader, the most cerebral player but personality-wise Hyperactive, uses more aggressive play (id) play *** Superego: Chris Bosh: Bosh -- Smart, excellent student (superego)student

** Thomas Jefferson: Idealistic and concerned with the states' and people's rights, romanticized the bloodbath of the French Revolution. (Id) ** Alexander Hamilton: Logical, calculating, concerned with establishing a stable economy and central government. (Superego) ** George Washington: The President, and therefore the man in charge, who kept balance between Hamilton and Jefferson (Ego)
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** Id: Thomas Jefferson: Jefferson -- Idealistic and concerned with the states' and people's rights, romanticized the bloodbath of the French Revolution. (Id) Revolution. ** Superego: Alexander Hamilton: Hamilton -- Logical, calculating, concerned with establishing a stable economy and central government. (Superego) government. ** Ego: George Washington: Washington -- The President, and therefore the man in charge, who kept balance between Hamilton and Jefferson (Ego)Jefferson

** UsefulNotes/WinstonChurchill: Like [[TheMcCoy Bones]], impulsive and romantic, a LargeHam who is too easily giving in to his own desires. (Id) ** UsefulNotes/JosefStalin: Like [[TheSpock Spock]], cold and calculating, noted for personal discipline (paranoid personal discipline, but discipline). (Superego). ** UsefulNotes/FranklinDRoosevelt: Like [[TheKirk Kirk]], eternally mediating between the two, knowing full well the risks of falling in either direction (fall to Winston, start World War III against Joe. Fall to Joe, lose Eurasia). (Ego)
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** UsefulNotes/WinstonChurchill: Id: UsefulNotes/WinstonChurchill -- Like [[TheMcCoy Bones]], impulsive and romantic, a LargeHam who is too easily giving in to his own desires. (Id) desires. ** UsefulNotes/JosefStalin: Superego: UsefulNotes/JosefStalin -- Like [[TheSpock Spock]], cold and calculating, noted for personal discipline (paranoid personal discipline, but discipline). (Superego). discipline). ** UsefulNotes/FranklinDRoosevelt: Ego: UsefulNotes/FranklinDRoosevelt -- Like [[TheKirk Kirk]], eternally mediating between the two, knowing full well the risks of falling in either direction (fall to Winston, start World War III against Joe. Fall to Joe, lose Eurasia). (Ego)

** UsefulNotes/NaziGermany, especially UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler himself: [[LargeHam Extremely passionate, charismatic]], vindictive, artistic yet too aggressive and consumed by {{Hubris}}, reason for war is genetic superiority and RoaringRampageOfRevenge against the Versailles Treaty, [[SanitySlippage grew more and more chaotic, irrational and angst-ridden as the war progresses, was eventually consumed by his own megalomania]] (inflated Id) ** UsefulNotes/ImperialJapan: Noted for their stoicism and obedience to an ancient high-standard collectivist code of honour and discipline, which eventually became corrupted into obsessive HonorBeforeReason that's [[MartyrdomCulture anti-individualistic and]] [[SuicideAttack self-destructive]] (obsessive-compulsive Punitive Superego) ** UsefulNotes/FascistItaly: Provides the template for the Fascist form of government yet they are not as warmongering as Hitler or the Japanese, a little more rational with rejecting Hitler's genocidal methods and the Japanese ideal of Honour, but had a poor performance in the war, which forced them to ally with the Allies at the last minute (a weakened Ego)
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** Id (inflated): UsefulNotes/NaziGermany, especially UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler himself: himself -- [[LargeHam Extremely passionate, charismatic]], vindictive, artistic yet too aggressive and consumed by {{Hubris}}, reason for war is genetic superiority and RoaringRampageOfRevenge against the Versailles Treaty, [[SanitySlippage grew more and more chaotic, irrational and angst-ridden as the war progresses, was eventually consumed by his own megalomania]] (inflated Id) megalomania]]. ** UsefulNotes/ImperialJapan: Superego (punitive, [[SuperOCD obsessive-compulsive]]): UsefulNotes/ImperialJapan -- Noted for their stoicism and obedience to an ancient high-standard collectivist code of honour and discipline, which eventually became corrupted into obsessive HonorBeforeReason that's [[MartyrdomCulture anti-individualistic and]] [[SuicideAttack self-destructive]] (obsessive-compulsive Punitive Superego) self-destructive]]. ** UsefulNotes/FascistItaly: Ego (weakened): UsefulNotes/FascistItaly -- Provides the template for the Fascist form of government yet they are not as warmongering as Hitler or the Japanese, a little more rational with rejecting Hitler's genocidal methods and the Japanese ideal of Honour, but had a poor performance in the war, which forced them to ally with the Allies at the last minute (a weakened Ego)minute.

** Georges Clemenceau: Ambitious, feisty, and more than a little bit vindictive. This last bit gave him an intense and personal desire to see Germany ''pay''. (Id) ** UsefulNotes/WoodrowWilson: Emphatically moral to the point of being puritanical, as well as being very [[TheSpock cold and logical]] (he was not only a college professor, but he was part of the movement that tried to make political science as much like a science as possible). He insisted that the world comply with his ''moral'' conception of order, and didn't think much of anyone who disagreed. (Superego) ** UsefulNotes/DavidLloydGeorge: An easygoing, personable fellow trying to mediate between the two. He want to punish Germany but not take vengeance; was OK with the League but didn't think it was workable; he thought self-determination was nice-seeming but that concessions had to be made to power politics; and he was consistently frustrated both by Clemenceau's vengeful scheming and Wilson's sermons. Unlike most in his position, he was overshadowed; as he put it, he was sitting between Napoleon (Clemenceau) and Jesus Christ (Wilson), so no wonder the agreement was so dysfunctional. (Ego)
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** Id: Georges Clemenceau: Clemenceau -- Ambitious, feisty, and more than a little bit vindictive. This last bit gave him an intense and personal desire to see Germany ''pay''. (Id) ''pay''. ** UsefulNotes/WoodrowWilson: Superego: UsefulNotes/WoodrowWilson -- Emphatically moral to the point of being puritanical, as well as being very [[TheSpock cold and logical]] (he was not only a college professor, but he was part of the movement that tried to make political science as much like a science as possible). He insisted that the world comply with his ''moral'' conception of order, and didn't think much of anyone who disagreed. (Superego) disagreed. ** UsefulNotes/DavidLloydGeorge: Ego: UsefulNotes/DavidLloydGeorge -- An easygoing, personable fellow trying to mediate between the two. He want to punish Germany but not take vengeance; was OK with the League but didn't think it was workable; he thought self-determination was nice-seeming but that concessions had to be made to power politics; and he was consistently frustrated both by Clemenceau's vengeful scheming and Wilson's sermons. Unlike most in his position, he was overshadowed; as he put it, he was sitting between Napoleon (Clemenceau) and Jesus Christ (Wilson), so no wonder the agreement was so dysfunctional. (Ego)

** Super Ego: Capt. Sig Hansen; [[TricksterMentor Capt. Phil Harris]] ([[AuthorExistenceFailure until recently]]) ** Ego: [[IJustWantToBeNormal Edgar Hansen]]; [[TheStoic Josh Harris]]
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** Super Ego: Capt. Sig Hansen; Hansen -- [[TricksterMentor Capt. Phil Harris]] ([[AuthorExistenceFailure until recently]]) ** Ego: [[IJustWantToBeNormal Edgar Hansen]]; Hansen]] -- [[TheStoic Josh Harris]]

** The legislature represents the will of the people. (Id) ** The judiciary: Guilty or not guilty? The judiciary also has to judge if a law is constitutional (Superego) ** The executive is the primary decision maker, they have to balance ideals and strategic objectives with the situation at hand, and they have to fulfill the desires of the legislature while still being under the criticizing eyes of the judiciary (Ego) * The three faces of {{Eminem}} are Slim Shady ([[TheMcCoy id]]), {{Eminem}} ([[TheKirk ego]]), and Marshall Mathers ([[TheSpock superego]]).
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** Id: The legislature -- represents the will of the people. (Id) people. ** Superego: The judiciary: judiciary -- Guilty or not guilty? The judiciary also has to judge if a law is constitutional (Superego) constitutional ** Ego: The executive is -- the primary decision maker, they have to balance ideals and strategic objectives with the situation at hand, and they have to fulfill the desires of the legislature while still being under the criticizing eyes of the judiciary (Ego) judiciary * The three faces of {{Eminem}} are Slim Shady ([[TheMcCoy id]]), Id]]), {{Eminem}} ([[TheKirk ego]]), Ego]]), and Marshall Mathers ([[TheSpock superego]]).Superego]]).

** Music/JohnLennon (Ego) ** Music/PaulMcCartney (Id) ** Music/GeorgeHarrison (Superego)
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** Music/JohnLennon (Ego) ** (Ego), Music/PaulMcCartney (Id) ** (Id), and Music/GeorgeHarrison (Superego)(Superego).

** Music/TheFreewheelinBobDylan: Ego (has some serious songs as well as more personal ones) ** The Times They Are a-Changin: Superego (mostly serious, moralistic social commentary songs) ** Another Side of Bob Dylan: Id (more lighthearted, mostly personal songs about relationships) * The three members of {{Rush}}: Neil Peart is the Superego, Geddy Lee is the Ego, and Alex Lifeson is the Id. Geddy also displays some Id tendencies but is overall more of an Ego than Alex. * On of the most popular classical 3-piece line-ups is the piano trio, consisting of piano, violin and cello. In this you have a treble instrument (violin) and a bass instrument (cello), both of which can be highly expressive in their own right, and an instrument that can be a bit of both (the piano). So violin + cello = id + superego (either way round - depends on the piece and the composer), while piano = ego.
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** Music/TheFreewheelinBobDylan: Ego (has Ego: Music/TheFreewheelinBobDylan -- has some serious songs as well as more personal ones) ones ** Superego: The Times They Are a-Changin: Superego (mostly a-Changin -- mostly serious, moralistic social commentary songs) songs ** Id: Another Side of Bob Dylan: Id (more Dylan -- more lighthearted, mostly personal songs about relationships) relationships * The three members of {{Rush}}: Neil Peart is the Superego, (Superego), Geddy Lee is the Ego, (Ego), and Alex Lifeson is the Id.(Id). Geddy also displays some Id tendencies but is overall more of an Ego than Alex. * On of the most popular classical 3-piece line-ups is the piano trio, consisting of piano, violin and cello. In this you have a treble instrument (violin) and a bass instrument (cello), both of which can be highly expressive in their own right, and an instrument that can be a bit of both (the piano). So violin + & cello = id + superego Id & Superego (either way round - depends on the piece and the composer), while piano = ego.Ego.

** John C. Calhoun (South Carolina) was devoted to his state, and would only support positions that would benefit SC. He even went so far as to suggest that they ''secede'' during the [[UsefulNotes/AndrewJackson Jackson administration]] because of an [[DisproportionateRetribution unpopular tariff]]. Calhoun was the leading Southern Senator of his time, and he represented their desire to maintain states' rights in order to maintain the slave-based economic system. (Id) ** Daniel Webster (Massachusetts) thought that the main goal of Congress was to protect the Union and the power of the federal government. He viewed the federal government as naturally superior to the state governments, and that the latter must follow every law and decision of the former. Embodying the nation's North, Webster articulated the idea of the Union so well that they basically sound exactly like what UsefulNotes/AbrahamLincoln said during UsefulNotes/TheAmericanCivilWar. (Superego) ** UsefulNotes/HenryClay (Kentucky) saw it as his goal to compromise between all sides in the Senate and avoid excessive regionalism. He thought that extremism on both sides would lead to crisis's that could threaten the Union. Clay distrusted both the abolitionists who wanted the immediate end to slavery as well as the Southerners who openly talked about secession if they were not satisfied. Clay represented the West, the new future for the United States. (Ego)
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** Id: John C. Calhoun (South Carolina) was devoted to his state, and would only support positions that would benefit SC. He even went so far as to suggest that they ''secede'' during the [[UsefulNotes/AndrewJackson Jackson administration]] because of an [[DisproportionateRetribution unpopular tariff]]. Calhoun was the leading Southern Senator of his time, and he represented their desire to maintain states' rights in order to maintain the slave-based economic system. (Id) system. ** Superego: Daniel Webster (Massachusetts) thought that the main goal of Congress was to protect the Union and the power of the federal government. He viewed the federal government as naturally superior to the state governments, and that the latter must follow every law and decision of the former. Embodying the nation's North, Webster articulated the idea of the Union so well that they basically sound exactly like what UsefulNotes/AbrahamLincoln said during UsefulNotes/TheAmericanCivilWar. (Superego) UsefulNotes/TheAmericanCivilWar. ** Ego: UsefulNotes/HenryClay (Kentucky) saw it as his goal to compromise between all sides in the Senate and avoid excessive regionalism. He thought that extremism on both sides would lead to crisis's that could threaten the Union. Clay distrusted both the abolitionists who wanted the immediate end to slavery as well as the Southerners who openly talked about secession if they were not satisfied. Clay represented the West, the new future for the United States. (Ego)

** Linux allows you to do basically what you want, but it can get messy. (Id) ** Mac does a lot for you, but doesn't like you to step out of bounds. (Superego) ** Windows is somewhat convenient, but also pretty open (Ego).
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** Id: Linux allows you to do basically what you want, but it can get messy. (Id) messy. ** Superego: Mac does a lot for you, but doesn't like you to step out of bounds. (Superego) bounds. ** Ego: Windows is somewhat convenient, but also pretty open (Ego).open.
13th Feb '15 8:51:09 PM karstovich2
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* The three key players of the 1990s [[UsefulNotes/{{Basketball}} Chicago Bulls]]: ** Scottie Pippen: Unselfish, passive (at least when Jordan was on the court) and the most reasonable one (Superego) ** Michael Jordan: The ultra-charismatic leader, could be selfish on the court, but was always thinking of getting his team the win, at any cost (Ego) ** Dennis Rodman: The wild, volatile bad boy (ID) * Boston's "Big Three" ** Kevin Garnett: Intense to the point of madness, but always thinking of the team (superego) ** Paul Pierce: The (official) leader mixes aggression with cool-headed efficiency (ego) ** Rajon Rondo: He is the youngest and the most impulsive. (id) * The Los Angeles Lakers ** Kobe Bryant: The leader, wants to win, but has a tendency to take too many risks, forcing Gasol and Odom to save the day (id) ** Pau Gasol: victory before everything else (superego) ** Lamar Odom: In the middle, a risk-taker when it's necessary to win (ego) * The Miami Heat ** Dwyane Wade: The former leader, [[BewareTheNiceOnes usually]] humble and moderate (ego) ** LeBron James: The current leader, the most cerebral player but personality-wise Hyperactive, uses more aggressive play (id) ** Chris Bosh: Smart, excellent student (superego) * The central figures of the Washington administration
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* UsefulNotes/{{Basketball}} teams are prone to this, as they are much smaller than teams of other sports, with five players on the court at a time and three central ones often taking the leadership role: ** The three key players of the 1990s [[UsefulNotes/{{Basketball}} [[UsefulNotes/NationalBasketballAssociation Chicago Bulls]]: ** *** Scottie Pippen: Unselfish, passive (at least when Jordan was on the court) and the most reasonable one (Superego) ** *** Michael Jordan: The ultra-charismatic leader, could be selfish on the court, but was always thinking of getting his team the win, at any cost (Ego) ** *** Dennis Rodman: The wild, volatile bad boy (ID) * Boston's ** Boston Celtics' "Big Three" ** Three": *** Kevin Garnett: Intense to the point of madness, but always thinking of the team (superego) ** *** Paul Pierce: The (official) leader mixes aggression with cool-headed efficiency (ego) ** *** Rajon Rondo: He is the youngest and the most impulsive. (id) * ** The Los Angeles Lakers ** *** Kobe Bryant: The leader, wants to win, but has a tendency to take too many risks, forcing Gasol and Odom to save the day (id) ** *** Pau Gasol: victory before everything else (superego) ** *** Lamar Odom: In the middle, a risk-taker when it's necessary to win (ego) * ** The Miami Heat ** Heat (until 2014-15) *** Dwyane Wade: The former leader, [[BewareTheNiceOnes usually]] humble and moderate (ego) ** LeBron *** [=LeBron=] James: The current leader, the most cerebral player but personality-wise Hyperactive, uses more aggressive play (id) ** *** Chris Bosh: Smart, excellent student (superego) * The central figures of the Washington administrationAdministration
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