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    Quote Originally Posted by sonata View Post
    I agree with the above. I like sensors. Sometimes y'all just think I'm weird, but when we get along, it's fun.

    I wish I had more Se. I'm sick of spacing out and not noticing things and realizing I just walked past something cool, but now it's gone.

    Start walking through art galleries.
    I'm an NT and I love art--especially photography.

    MBTI only indicates preferences.
    It doesn't indicate strength, skill, or ability.

    There are SPs who suck at art,
    and NTs who suck at being smart.

    There are SJs who suck at protecting,
    and NFs who suck at connecting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fiver View Post
    There is no right and wrong with MBTI. It's an aritficial construct to help categorize for discourse. It's no more real than the id and the ego.

    Even though I have taken several tests over many (20) years, I always come out ENTP which I love because it is obviously the best type On the other hand, I am still not 100% convinced that I am not I, F or J. But S? I don't even understand what that describes and I don't think I ever will. Even if I am an S.

    Re: OP and being frustrated that someone has potentially mistyped themselves. Does that classify as serious J-ness?
    While I am no expert at it, Se is one kick-ass way to get things done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank View Post
    I think the flow between s and n is much more fluid than alot of Ns would like to admit. Yes an "s" can be just as creative, profound, insightful and abstract as most Ns. Some even more so.
    Alright we gotta take this back to S types are stupid, its not as fun putting an N in his place if sensors arent known as stupid. Damn it, I want to be the under dog

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    Quote Originally Posted by poki View Post
    Alright we gotta take this back to S types are stupid, its not as fun putting an N in his place if sensors arent known as stupid. Damn it, I want to be the under dog
    Nice tactics

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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post

    I am just not ready yet to call our kids immature, cause after all they would be our responsibility.
    "Our kids?" What does that mean?
    The kids in this forum?

    I had a 15-year old kid, send me a rep comment that read:
    "Get hit by a milk truck."


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Start walking through art galleries.
    I'm an NT and I love art--especially photography.

    MBTI only indicates preferences.
    It doesn't indicate strength, skill, or ability.

    There are SPs who suck at art,
    and NTs who suck at being smart.

    There are SJs who suck at protecting,
    and NFs who suck at connecting.
    You're saying an ISTP's skill with Ni would be just as impressive as an INTJ's?

    Oh, Jaguar, I was the one who left you that rep comment. I remember you being wrong and making an ass of yourself. A "Fuck you" would've been rude of me, so the milk truck thing just came to me ... I think I was drinking milk, probably chocolate ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by poki View Post
    Alright we gotta take this back to S types are stupid, its not as fun putting an N in his place if sensors arent known as stupid. Damn it, I want to be the under dog
    Quote Originally Posted by Cheat1011 View Post
    You're saying an ISTP's skill with Ni would be just as impressive as an INTJ's?
    Could be, but we prefer to let it out for a response than to actually take the thoughts and put them into action

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheat1011 View Post
    You're saying an ISTP's skill with Ni would be just as impressive as an INTJ's?

    Oh, Jaguar, I was the one who left you that rep comment. I remember you being wrong and making an ass of yourself. A "Fuck you" would've been rude of me, so the milk truck thing just came to me ... I think I was drinking milk, probably chocolate ...
    not impressive perhaps but complementary. All the functions complement to make up a balanced human population that provided social stability to keep the species propogating. Like corn or soybeans...

    There is a reason INTJs make up less than 5% of the population-how often does anyone really need that much NiTe and does it really increase your chances of making more babies from an evolutionary sense? (I havent hooked up with an INTJ, so cant comment here on the magic of NiTe...)

    As for ISTPs they sort of self eliminate and keep themselves at 5%- you can only drive so fast for so long without a statistical decrease in population...They are fun while they are around!

    Jag likes milk, but only when in a dish, not at 40 mph under the truck.

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    BAH! Filthy sensor, always walking around breathing the Intuitive mans air!
    I say we load em all on a boat and send em back to their own country!
    Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh? wgah'nagl fhtagn

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    Sensors who think they are Intuitives
    what? what do you want?

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