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Great job on the Pi profile! I especially liked/related to this part:

 

Both Pi functions have different ways of anticipating what the future will be like, but both generally expect a continuity and can help leverage this sense of continuity in their favor. Sometimes this can make Pi conservative, but this is not always the case. At other times Pi can appear radical if it tracks a trend that has an S-curve on the horizon. A political party’s imminent demise may be foretasted, the long term effects of people’s eating habits may be brought into a conversation at every opportunity, or the exponential growth of a technology may be predicted. In this sense, Pi can be a paranoid function as well as a hopeful function; the difference lying in the content of the data itself.

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