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41.
  • The most meaningful interaction ensues from revealing one's true self.

    25 60.98%
  • Being genuine and real is important, but there's got to be some character play involved.

    15 36.59%
  • With a medium as insignificant as an internet forum, who bothers to be real?

    2 4.88%
  • Real, true people are real characters - they never waver in their style of expression.

    7 17.07%
  • Real people exhibit change and development in their style, and they question themselves publicly.

    26 63.41%
  • Playing a character in here is a detriment to our understanding of type.

    11 26.83%
  • Some of the people in here are fake.

    18 43.90%
  • Playing some character, perhaps a type stereotype, gets and approval from the forum members.

    11 26.83%
  • I would like to know the level of genuinety of every poster.

    17 41.46%
  • I don't take anything seriously, it's all play.

    7 17.07%
  • Too many people in here maintain too good of an image to be "true" in any respect.

    9 21.95%
  • Character players are mostly found in the E category as opposed to I.

    5 12.20%
  • Character players are mostly found in the N category as opposed to S.

    7 17.07%
  • Character players are mostly found in the T category as opposed to F.

    4 9.76%
  • Character players are mostly found in the P category as opposed to J.

    5 12.20%
  • Someone who acts consistently as type X gets my respect.

    2 4.88%
  • Someone who acts a type consistently makes a service to the forum.

    2 4.88%
  • It is an insult to a person to question whether they are real.

    8 19.51%
  • Many people in here feel like they've been lifted off a book.

    7 17.07%
  • The concept of type can be detrimental to people if it hinders development and change.

    33 80.49%
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