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    Quote Originally Posted by Kalach View Post
    I am currently not wearing pants. I no longer believe in them. Frankly, pants do nothing that good old fashioned sensual skin and waxy goat grease won't do.

    And ENFPs don't, generally speaking, consciously attend to sensory functions, so it's only to be expected that they frown upon, you know, those people, sensory perceivers

    If only they could be lifted up a little higher. I grant you, they're good in the fields, and we can keep their children as pets, but wouldn't have them in the house if I were you. They can't be trusted.



    ENFPs, that is.
    well it's a good thing i'm not an ENFP then. what was your contribution to the discussion again?
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    I read some of the posts in this thread and it is disgusting. People need to learn to get a long and tolerate each other, irregardless of type.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sentura View Post
    well it's a good thing i'm not an ENFP then. what was your contribution to the discussion again?
    Fine, sunshine. It works for ENTPs too. (Except that ENTPs don't generally play quite so dumb.) Any person not generally used to using a given function might on occasion be tempted to observe its unrelatability to his own experience and find himself in possession of a proof of something.

    So what was your contribution?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qre:us View Post
    On the forum, Intuition is held in high regard, and there's many instances of looking down on Sensors. I understand that the forum has way more intuits than sensors, but, why this prejudice? What about sensing (and its typological defintion) that makes it seem 'less superior' to intuition (as per the commentaries on this board)?
    From my experiences with sensors on here...

    The stereotypes about SJs are justified, but most SPs really don't deserve the same treatment.

    SPs seem worse on the surface, but once you get to understand them and why they do what they do, you find they're really cool and their behavior makes perfect sense considering how they experience things.

    SJs are the opposite. They seem reasonable enough on the surface, but they're awful, arbitrary, and backwards on the inside.

    It's not always that simple, though. There are few individual SPs who are truly kind of tacky, and a few individual SJs who "get it." I'm just describing how I've seen them acting as a group on here. Just wanted to make note of that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athenian200 View Post
    From my experiences with sensors on here...

    The stereotypes about SJs are justified, but most SPs really don't deserve the same treatment.

    SPs seem worse on the surface, but once you get to understand them and why they do what they do, you find they're really cool and their behavior makes perfect sense considering how they experience things.

    SJs are the opposite. They seem reasonable enough on the surface, but they're awful, arbitrary, and backwards on the inside.

    It's not always that simple, though. There are few individual SPs who are truly kind of tacky, and a few individual SJs who "get it." I'm just describing how I've seen them acting as a group on here. Just wanted to make note of that.
    +1

    (I really do love the SPs, I get to spend the entire weekend with my SP sis at a very cool event that I probably wouldn't bother with otherwise...yipppeeee!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kalach View Post
    Fine, sunshine. It works for ENTPs too. (Except that ENTPs don't generally play quite so dumb.) Any person not generally used to using a given function might on occasion be tempted to observe its unrelatability to his own experience and find himself in possession of a proof of something.

    So what was your contribution?
    you can browse through the discussion between juggernaut and me, i'm sure you'll find that both of us have contributed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Athenian200 View Post
    From my experiences with sensors on here...

    The stereotypes about SJs are justified...

    SJs are the opposite. They seem reasonable enough on the surface, but they're awful, arbitrary, and backwards on the inside.
    I think this is unfair. The same sort of things were said about SPs before there were many SPs here, and I think if we had more SJs here you would hear things like this less often.

    It's easy to dismiss the reasonable SJs here as "exceptions" to the general rule of "SJ = awful, backwards person" when there are so few of them here. It would be harder to make those conclusions if there were more of them here, and I think we've seen that with SPs already, at least to a degree.

    I understand that some of you have had issues IRL with people you believe to be sensors/SJs, but I still don't think it's appropriate to make these sort of comments on a forum aimed towards all types. This isn't "intuitive central" or "Non-SJ central". Fortunately these kinds of comments are not very common anymore.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Randomnity View Post
    I think this is unfair. The same sort of things were said about SPs before there were many SPs here, and I think if we had more SJs here you would hear things like this less often.
    It would actually depend on whether they mostly acted the same as the sample we have, or were more reasonable.
    It's easy to dismiss the reasonable SJs here as "exceptions" to the general rule of "SJ = awful, backwards person" when there are so few of them here. It would be harder to make those conclusions if there were more of them here, and I think we've seen that with SPs already, at least to a degree.
    Well, how am I to be expected to see more potential than that in them, if all I have to go on is horror stories and the majority of the sample here reinforcing said stories? It happened with more SPs, sure, but what you're hoping for might still not happen with more SJs. We might be too different from them in how we process things to coexist well.
    I understand that some of you have had issues IRL with people you believe to be sensors/SJs, but I still don't think it's appropriate to make these sort of comments on a forum aimed towards all types. This isn't "intuitive central" or "Non-SJ central".
    But... they're so... so... ugh. The things they do hurt people. I wish you could see it as clearly as I do. I'm not saying they're bad people intentionally, I'm just saying their way of seeing reality might not allow them to be fair or compassionate in any way that matters to us. That may even be why they don't come here... because they feel the same way about us. We live in one world, they live in another. We don't speak the same language, and our actions result in each of us stepping on the other's toes. We're inherently enemies of SJs, willingly or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athenian200 View Post
    We're inherently enemies of SJs, willingly or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Some people have their neurotransmitters all screwed up.
    Bleed em.

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