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    Quote Originally Posted by Cypocalypse View Post
    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.
    That's what I always thought was the case.
    Most of my Sensor friends are far from interested in MBTI as much as I am.

    ALSO WATCH OUT FOR BAD PERSONALITY TESTS ONLINE HUMANMETRICS HAS THE BIGGEST INTUITIVE BIAS EVER!!!!!!!!!

    The KTS is better but it still has an Intuitive bias.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cypocalypse View Post
    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.
    Not nearly as many an iNtuitives, but there are definitely a number of them out there. I know an ESFP who can often type people without even talking to them via their body language, and I think that's pretty damn impressive.
    If you could be anything you want, I bet you'd be disappointed--am I right?

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    Intuitives are seen in some weird 'amazing' light for some reason, from what I can tell they have a longer process to reach conclusions, its more complex and is that a good thing? I don't know but I'm sure glad I'm a sensor

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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.
    You want black and white certainty?

    K here you go, champ: On this point you are 100% dead wrong, and nobody wants to hear you parrot the same tired bullshit about how our typology system is "totally useless" simply because you are incapable of separating modern typology from the clearly error-riddled MBTI "test."

    If you still think psychological type is a testable proposition at all, I can only conclude that you're either in denial or a complete troll, neither of which makes for particularly interesting conversation.

    Seriously dude, you and Victor have worn that out so many times by now that his poor little anus must be getting awfully sore.

    Maybe you should follow the mustache's lead and move on to paranoid anti-Islamist propaganda in between bouts of inane drivel bordering on the totally asinine+hysterically emotional overreaction (always in private via rep or PM, of course) when anybody points out the myriad problems with your self-righteous absurdity. Yep, you two would make quite the fucking pair!

    Find a new argument. This one fails, and it is you who is in "dire need of a reality check."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mondo View Post
    That's what I always thought was the case.
    Most of my Sensor friends are far from interested in MBTI as much as I am.

    ALSO WATCH OUT FOR BAD PERSONALITY TESTS ONLINE HUMANMETRICS HAS THE BIGGEST INTUITIVE BIAS EVER!!!!!!!!!

    The KTS is better but it still has an Intuitive bias.
    Keirsey's type descriptions themselves are pretty objective, though.

    But whatever you do, kids, don't go to Personality Page.

    As far as tests, the one at personalitytests.net or whatever it's called is pretty good. The descriptions are also pretty good.

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    The only reason I can see why someone would care about others mistyping themselves is if the person in question has attached their identity to a type.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alwar View Post
    The only reason I can see why someone would care about others mistyping themselves is if the person in question has attached their identity to a type.
    Boy do you deserve a prize.

    I get bitched at all the time for not listing a type.
    I don't give a rats ass if I am ENTJ, INTJ, or any other kind of J.
    Does it really matter?

    Why sure it does. To some.
    If you don't list a type,
    how else would poeple be able to attack you in this forum?

    Look at this thread we're in.
    An asshole, denigrating a "sensor."
    Wow that's really mature.

    I am so sick of this stereotyping crap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Boy do you deserve a prize.

    I get bitched at all the time for not listing a type.
    I don't give a rats ass if I am ENTJ, INTJ, or any other kind of J.
    Does it really matter?

    Why sure it does. To some.
    If you don't list a type,
    how else would poeple be able to attack you in this forum?
    You spelled people wrong.

    Look at this thread we're in.
    An asshole, denigrating a "sensor."
    Wow that's really mature.

    I am so sick of this stereotyping crap.
    Why do think I denigrate a "sensor" as you put it?

    It's funny that you get pissed off over something that you can't stand to comprehend.
    To many people here, it's just like some eccentric retard spouting a bunch of nonsense that they don't give two shits about.
    You also make assumptions based on what your mind perceives which contradicts one of your posts that state that assumptions are bullshit.
    If you think this thread is too mentally retarded for you then why post? Why come here at all?
    You also have the nerve to call yourself open minded.
    Open minded? You don't understand the people here at all and you call yourself open minded?
    If you did understand them, you'd actually communicate in a way that convinces them rather than bash them.
    And as you put it "Wow, that's really mature."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unique View Post
    Intuitives are seen in some weird 'amazing' light for some reason, from what I can tell they have a longer process to reach conclusions, its more complex and is that a good thing? I don't know but I'm sure glad I'm a sensor
    I think it's good that you said this. Not everyone is dying to be an N. I feel like there's this assumption in this particular thread that Ns are "superior" and everyone wants to be like them.

    Lame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    I think it's good that you said this. Not everyone is dying to be an N. I feel like there's this assumption in this particular thread that Ns are "superior" and everyone wants to be like them.
    I said at the beginning of this thread "Is being a sensor really so bad that people can't accept it as part of their personality?" as in I couldn't really understand why people that would be seen as a sensors wouldn't like it. I have no apparent clue as to why people thought it as an insult to sensors.

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