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    In some game series I've seen, what is considered "Griefing" and "Trolling" seems to change each game in the series.

    So if someone is attempting to troll you or grief you in a game. Mute/block/ban/kick/ect if you are able too or there is always the leave session option.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hard View Post
    They still exist as adults though. Did you ever know Shai Gar? Perfect example.
    Shai is hilarious.

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    One does not have to have a diagnosis of a personality disorder for these findings to apply. It is referring more to a relation between a certain degree of a trait and a certain degree of a behavior.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Ü™ View Post
    Shai is hilarious.
    No, not he's not. At least to me. I honestly consider him to be a terrible person (I got to know him really well). I used to be a mod/admin on the INFJ forums (which he started) and he caused all of us so much stress it was nuts. Eventually we gave him the boot.
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    If you type into google: Shai Gar you get several results, most relating to typology. I found this video entertaining, and appropriate, considering he is a part of the discussion





    He even has a wikipedia entry, it's not fleshed out though http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Shai_Gar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Poriferan View Post
    One does not have to have a diagnosis of a personality disorder for these findings to apply. It is referring more to a relation between a certain degree of a trait and a certain degree of a behavior.
    This. I think most people have these traits in trace amounts, and it can go up or down in an unbroken spectrum that can be named pathological at a certain point.

    Personally, the findings in the study have been baseball bat-to-the-face obvious to me for many years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hard View Post
    No, not he's not. At least to me. I honestly consider him to be a terrible person (I got to know him really well). I used to be a mod/admin on the INFJ forums (which he started) and he caused all of us so much stress it was nuts. Eventually we gave him the boot.
    Banned him from his own forum? Sounds like you're an asshole...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Misty View Post
    Personally, the findings in the study have been baseball bat-to-the-face obvious to me for many years.
    It's like Dennis Prager says, studies usually either confirm the obvious or are wrong.
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    "Narcissistic, Machiavellian-" stopped reading there.

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    To be fair, what I see as trolling is very specific and narrow with extreme behaviors in mind.
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