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    Quote Originally Posted by Quinlan View Post
    Wow. Do you annoy yourself? ...and how is survival of the fittest, relevant to that situation?

    I also feel uncomfortable when strong (strong as in, untempered by the other functions) Te thinking is applied to people, it just doesn't seem right.
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    Well FU, too. :steam:
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    The truly strong protect the weak, dickhead.
    Quote Originally Posted by greed View Post
    So, wait.. if you had that job in the mental health industry, you'd just call your patients weak, leave them to fend for themselves, and call it a day?

    Man. Easiest job ever.
    Wow guys. Way to misinterpret.

    Or possibly I'm the one misinterpreting...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Costrin View Post
    Wow guys. Way to misinterpret.

    Or possibly I'm the one misinterpreting...

    :P
    What's to misinterpret? I thought they were right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 01011010 View Post
    I'd think the same as your boss. Weak people are annoying. Whether it's genetics, chemical imbalances, or harsh life experiences. Survival of the fittest. Period.
    This is a bullshit attitude and quite possibly the least intelligent thing you've wrote.
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    Hmm... function clashes. From what I've noticed there's a pattern for internal clash (meaning between two + people, but kept to self).


    Internally I'd say:

    Introverted functions can usually clash with anything.

    Extroverted functions seem to clash with their introverted counterpart.


    Externally I'd say (when there is physically a bigger problem going on):

    Fe clashes with Fi
    Si clashes with Ni/Ne/Se
    Ti/Fi clashes with anything
    Fi/Fe can clash with Ti/Te

    P functions don't really clash with J functions. There's more of a compliment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Costrin View Post
    Wow guys. Way to misinterpret.

    Or possibly I'm the one misinterpreting...
    You can't misinterpret something that requires no interpretation.
    The person's comments were straightforward.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IDK123 View Post
    My dominant Ni gets on the nerves of most of the SJs I know IRL and there is usually friction. My ESFJ dad (auxilliary Si) gets very impatient w/ me most of the time. He likes things to be A, B, then C while I go from A straight to G in like a minute. I usually get along with Fi, Te, and Ne users. It just sucks that I tend to clash with Si users.
    If you can go from A to G in a minute, I'll add you to my buddy list.
    Yesterday I was dealing with a complete nutjob so devoid of Ni,
    everything I said went right over her head.

    Ever see the movie Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid?
    My fav line:

    "I've got vision and the rest of the world wears bifocals"

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    Quote Originally Posted by 01011010 View Post
    I'd think the same as your boss. Weak people are annoying. Whether it's genetics, chemical imbalances, or harsh life experiences. Survival of the fittest. Period.
    Quote Originally Posted by Quinlan View Post
    Wow. Do you annoy yourself? ...and how is survival of the fittest, relevant to that situation?

    I also feel uncomfortable when strong (strong as in, untempered by the other functions) Te thinking is applied to people, it just doesn't seem right.
    Binary, on some level, this is pretty harsh but I think it is does give a good idea how how dominant Te sees situations sometimes. It has a mission to accomplish and has no time for inefficiency (or mispellings). I have a hefty Te that gets to come out and be cut the shit sometimes. This Te heavy approach, while painful on an individuual level, can increase benefits across organizations by cutting through bullshit. So Perhaps Te and Fi are fucntions that fight No wonder I keep argueing with myself.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mercy View Post
    Hmm... function clashes. From what I've noticed there's a pattern for internal clash (meaning between two + people, but kept to self).


    Internally I'd say:

    Introverted functions can usually clash with anything.

    Extroverted functions seem to clash with their introverted counterpart.


    Externally I'd say (when there is physically a bigger problem going on):

    Fe clashes with Fi
    Si clashes with Ni/Ne/Se
    Ti/Fi clashes with anything
    Fi/Fe can clash with Ti/Te

    P functions don't really clash with J functions. There's more of a compliment.
    Merciful lemon what about Te-Fe? why would Fi/Ti clash with anything? expound por favor.

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    Dominant Te's are able and tend to confuse me in many ways. Secondary Te's on the other hand, dont; at least not on purpose..

    There was that rude guy lately (who was exceptionally dumb for a marketing person), who escorted three customers with me to two possible locations to show them halls, where they were planning to have an event in. I was the driver and when we started our trip in the car that marketing guy yelled at me not to drive the way I intended to, totally brought me out of the concept and made me feel lost + insecure. He didnt want that I drive nearby the red light district, cause the customers werent from our town.

    Thats perfectly understandable, but it defied logic. Cause to be able to reach the second location, we were destinied to drive by the red light district, cause the highway was jammed and therefore, if we drive by it in the first or second place was totally irrelevant. One still can say, ok at least we only have to drive one time by the district, if we took his route, but then again those customers wanted to use my complete hometown for their project and present their customers our town as a location for geothermics. They were more intrested in the second hall in the first place, cause the location is way cooler than the first one and so ultimatively someone had to tell them that its next to the red light district. Otherwise it would look like, we as ambassadors for the town had left crucial things out in the business talks, which eventually could cost us our jobs.

    But well I did it his way and things got worse. The management guy called his secretary on the way, who delegated a project she should work on, to another person. He started to yell at her (!) in the car in front of the customers. I was somewhat ashamed. Later when we dropped the marketing guy and I drove the passengers alone to a restaurant, I wanted to lighten the mood a bit and I hope I succeeded.

    Its kinda strange sometimes, how some people see the world. I dont know, I think this guy was an ENTJ and a very rude one at that. Wasnt just the right way to treat customers.

    I on the other hand was intimitated by his Te and thats a trick that does work far too often on me. For the future, I myself have to be more sure in my own reasoning skills and maybe develop a mindset of myself with a set of answers, I can use as replies to rude attacks. Kind of answers that show, the logic of the Te guy is flawed.
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