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    Quote Originally Posted by Hard View Post
    It is not appreciated or valued by pretty much everyone here.

    Also, I don't play the semantics game. Try again.
    Aww, you're no fun...
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    Quote Originally Posted by RandomINTP View Post
    Aww, you're no fun...
    Trying to ruffle my feather huh? That's cute. You'll find that its a completely ineffective tactic. In otherwords, indeed I am no fun for you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hard View Post
    Trying to ruffle my feather huh? That's cute. You'll find that its a completely ineffective tactic. In otherwords, indeed I am no fun for you.
    At least you admit I'm right. But seriously, your username fits your personality.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RandomINTP View Post
    At least you admit I'm right. But seriously, your username fits your personality.
    You just keep telling yourself that buddy. And yes it does.
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    Another thread jerking off about IQ. That's original.
    Think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Another thread jerking off about IQ. That's original.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Another thread jerking off about IQ. That's original.
    Thought so, too, but surprisingly, this is the only recent thread about IQ I've seen.
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    I's are smarter than E's, N's are way smarter than S's, T's are better off than F's, and J's and P's are equal, J's having better strategy and P's having better on the spot street smarts. Unfortunately, none of this imformation is useful...., because it's all stereotyping TROLL.
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    I wish IQ would die already.

    Why would sensing and thinking be highest vs feeling and intuition?

    Intuition beats Thinking, no contest.
    (huge unconscious mind) vs (short term memory conscious mind)

    Sensing, sure they can see details, but with Thinking, it doesn't turn out too much. Take "scientists" they cram a bunch of info in their head and learn some set skills, I would not call that intelligent, i'd call it book smart and boring.

    Intuition + Feelings though, you have two powerful things, one that drives(and helps memory) and the other just destroys thinking.


    I went to top set without applying myself in 2nd year of secondary school. (I was the class clown, clever, rebel, etc type)
    I was never a fan of maths, especially when I got removed from a class, and basically had to go to the bottom set (4/4) because the teacher I had taught 1-3 (clearly they didn't do their maths). Then I had problems with set 4 teacher (fiery dragon bitch).

    I do love astrophysics, but i'm not astrophysicist. I have attempted programming a few times, but never would of done a formal Computer Science.
    I can do basic math (algebra whatever), and a couple of lower level subbranches of maths. I don't need any thing else, and it bores the hell out of me.


    I'm not gonna say what my "IQ test" was at 16, because I'm not going to encourage support for IQ when i'm against.

    I was talking about this on the INTP last week. Someone asked "Do geniuses have it easier?" .
    The answer is no, and intelligence is overrated, creativiety and genius is not limited to a special few, intelligence is not fixed, and any thing above "above average intelligence" doesn't make that much difference in performance/results to above average. (IQ was mentioned in the post if I recall correctly) Action is what counts, dedication too. Intelligence as we know it, is overrated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PerfectlyConfused View Post
    I wish IQ would die already.

    Why would sensing and thinking be highest vs feeling and intuition?

    Intuition beats Thinking, no contest.
    (huge unconscious mind) vs (short term memory conscious mind)

    Sensing, sure they can see details, but with Thinking, it doesn't turn out too much. Take "scientists" they cram a bunch of info in their head and learn some set skills, I would not call that intelligent, i'd call it book smart and boring.

    Intuition + Feelings though, you have two powerful things, one that drives(and helps memory) and the other just destroys thinking.


    I went to top set without applying myself in 2nd year of secondary school. (I was the class clown, clever, rebel, etc type)
    I was never a fan of maths, especially when I got removed from a class, and basically had to go to the bottom set (4/4) because the teacher I had taught 1-3 (clearly they didn't do their maths). Then I had problems with set 4 teacher (fiery dragon bitch).

    I do love astrophysics, but i'm not astrophysicist. I have attempted programming a few times, but never would of done a formal Computer Science.
    I can do basic math (algebra whatever), and a couple of lower level subbranches of maths. I don't need any thing else, and it bores the hell out of me.


    I'm not gonna say what my "IQ test" was at 16, because I'm not going to encourage support for IQ when i'm against.

    I was talking about this on the INTP last week. Someone asked "Do geniuses have it easier?" .
    The answer is no, and intelligence is overrated, creativiety and genius is not limited to a special few, intelligence is not fixed, and any thing above "above average intelligence" doesn't make that much difference in performance/results to above average. (IQ was mentioned in the post if I recall correctly) Action is what counts, dedication too. Intelligence as we know it, is overrated.
    Whatever!!!!! I went to computer camp at 12. Learned basic with apple 2e, then pascal. I own the movie war games too.
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