The behavioral elements
April 6, 2002 2:43 PM   Subscribe

The behavioral elements character classification system from the Axios corporation at offers a Periodic Table of the Elements for everything ranging from Ambition to Vanity. Friends acting dumb? Send them a link to stupidity. Feeling all alone in the world? Blog to loneliness. Wanting to express your feelings about Donald Rumsfeld's attitude? Check out Narrow-Mindedness, Ruthlessness or even Fanaticism. Each element is accompanied by quote by famous figures relating to it, as well as a description and related / contrasting elements. If this is a double post, please show me Forgiveness.
posted by Hammerikaner (8 comments total)
Axios owns exclusive rights to The Behavioral Elements® Character Classification System, and The Periodic Table of Behavioral Elements® on which it is based. These holdings enable the company to provide uniquely comprehensive, systematic, objective and truly useful materials for those interested in learning more about their behavioral choices, and learning more about who they really are, personally and professionally.

Truly, TRULY useful.

No, really.

Truly useful. Really.
posted by BitterOldPunk at 2:53 PM on April 6, 2002

Here's one this place could surely use a lot more of at times.

Capital link, my good man! you did good.
posted by bunnyfire at 2:57 PM on April 6, 2002

Oh, excellent! Hammerikaner, for providing this link, and for your well-crafted post, you have my gratitude.
posted by Dean King at 5:22 PM on April 6, 2002

Axios Corp. is a leading content provider of objective tools for exploring behavioral character in the home and classroom, and a leading content and services provider for developing professional character in the workplace. Can the assessment of character ever really be objective? And if it can, do we want it to be?
posted by Lynsey at 7:48 PM on April 6, 2002

Yes. the more objective the better!
posted by Hammerikaner at 10:12 PM on April 6, 2002

Objective? Like handwriting analysis? We consider the case of Jean-Marie Messier.
BTW, you can order a Forgiveness Kit here anytime you need one.
posted by sheauga at 10:18 PM on April 6, 2002

very good and useful link. it helps you to deeply analyze your moods… thanks
posted by trismegisto at 8:02 AM on April 7, 2002

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