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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    We all have the ability to use our senses and intuition.
    Wake up.
    It's a PREFERENCE assessment. Get it?
    Preference does not indicate its strength or quality.
    That means an S could be more intuitive than you.
    Come on, think.



    Anyone can search my posts, and know I score ENTJ and INTJ.
    Is your "probability" drivel supposed to impress me?

    It did not.
    Oh, stop picking fights. Probability is a perfectly reasonable concept that Te would do well to learn about. (Remember that whole "childish need for black and white certainty" thing? It's characteristic of ENTJs too, not just S types.)

    Doesn't it strike you as a little odd that his intuitive "probability" correctly labeled you as xNTJ? Could it be that maybe you don't have to have measurable test results for everything before drawing reasonably probable conclusions?

    Man, your dom/aux functions are like an abusive relationship where Ni is the battered wife hiding in the corner.


    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    I know where you got that inane question from:
    Similar Minds.com.

    Of course the tests are flawed.
    So is MBTI.

    Are you suggesting "I am weird" was an S/N question?
    If so, how would you know?
    You don't.

    This is what makes this thread even more ridiculous.
    There is no proof of anyone's type.
    It's all assumption of truth.

    Assumptions are bullshit.
    Yes, assuming facts with certainty based on intuitive hunches is bullshit. That is not what N-dominant people are doing in most cases and you need to stop holding intuitive statements to thinking standards. Again mistaken context gets the better of you.

    If you insist on continually interpreting generalized observations as completed/fully researched judgments, that's not really Ne's problem. It's funny how similar Te dominance and Ti dominance look sometimes.
    If you could be anything you want, I bet you'd be disappointed--am I right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    We all have the ability to use our senses and intuition.
    Wake up.
    It's a PREFERENCE assessment. Get it?
    Preference does not indicate its strength or quality.
    That means an S could be more intuitive than you.
    Come on, think.
    I see... That is your opinion about the MBTI personalities. I think people are bent towards a personality type and you think people are the personality type they prefer. If you choose to see it that way, fine.
    I do know that we can change personality types on will but we bend towards one IMO.
    Anyone can search my posts, and know I score ENTJ and INTJ.
    Is your "probability" drivel supposed to impress me?

    It did not.
    Did you think I actually took some time to try and discover your type on any other posts you may have made? I figured it out on the basis of the way you argue, the way you think and the way you align your writing.
    I was not trying to impress you. I was trying to prove a point. Although I guess you do not comprehend it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by simulatedworld View Post
    Oh, stop picking fights. Probability is a perfectly reasonable concept that Te would do well to learn about.
    Here we go again. Stimulated World is on his period.
    Hey, I'll send you a box of tampons.

    Now it's my turn to tell you what you need to learn:
    corroborating evidence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragingkatsuki View Post
    I see... That is your opinion about the MBTI personalities.
    What MBTI measures is commonly known by professionals, and non-professsionals alike.
    It is not opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    I have no idea why the OP is babbling on like this.
    Because that's what we do, the intersection of theory and reality. If one doesn't match the other, something is needed, either investigation or conclusion, making either way, babble.

    And it'll do no good to insist this is mistaken method.

    But the person is in dire need of a reality check.
    It is worthless to slam anyone with an S preference,
    when so many people--not only INTJs-- fall so close to the S/N midpoint.
    There is a gigantic difference between someone's real cognitive makeup and their real ability to recognise their cognitive makeup. That's presumably why many of the MBTI questions are so dumb--they try to hit the mark between technical language and the accessible. Thus, scores notwithstanding, no one falls near the midpoint.

    Jung espoused wholeness and balance.
    Jung touched himself a lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kalach View Post

    Jung touched himself a lot.
    You twisted beast, you always make me laugh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Here we go again. Stimulated World is on his period.
    Hey, I'll send you a box of tampons.

    Now it's my turn to tell you what you need to learn:
    corroborating evidence.
    Wow, terrific argument. You'll have to come by later and give me some lessons on the finer points of poorly executed and totally irrelevent ad hominem nonsense.

    Let me guess, my mother is a whore too, right?

    Boring.

    Corroborating evidence doesn't apply to intuitive reasoning. Intuition is the process of generating the idea or concept itself; Thinking comes in when you're measuring for precision and consistency. Unfortunately for you, many real and useful concepts in real life are neither measurable nor consistent. Find me some "corroborating evidence" for any major philosophical topics; when you're exploring concepts that aren't inherently measurable you can't expect measurable corroborating evidence.

    For the love of God grow some N. Nobody wants to talk to your Te; put it on a fucking leash already.
    If you could be anything you want, I bet you'd be disappointed--am I right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shortnsweet View Post
    I'm going to make an "Intuitives who think they are sensors" thread and totally target Little Linguist.
    There is always the one and the only good post, in any given thread.
    Thank you again, shortnsweet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    What MBTI measures is commonly known by professionals, and non-professsionals alike.
    It is not opinion.
    Although I hate Wikipedia I've decide to go on it (because it was the first result I had encountered) and quickly quote the following:
    ...designed to measure psychological preferences in how people perceive the world and make decisions...
    Correct me if I'm wrong but isn't what someone is most comfortable being, the same as "psychological preferences". Although I perhaps did not make myself clear this is what I meant.
    And thus you should then realise our subconscious is bent towards a personality type. And as I said before we can of course change it at will at any given environment but ultimately your subconscious "prefers" one type.

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    How many sensors actually care about MBTI, in general, anyway?

    I don't think the demographics of archetypes in MBTI forums reflect closely to real world demographics, at all.

    There could be more intuitives that give a damn about MBTI because, for the simple reason that, not a lot of sensors care about it.

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