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    Sounds like Tourettes.

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    I vote the Fi ride of doom as being when:

    1. You apply Fi to the problem
    2. You feel the resultant pain yet cant figure out what to do
    3. You reapply Fi to the problem
    4. The pain is amplified, but you still cant identify a solution
    5. You reapply again-things are starting to suck now

    for NeFi it cycles over and over on itself and amplifies becoming more and more painful. If I can sleep, read a book where the characters emote, or even do something artistic-peotry or writing or art-it allows the Fi to hop off the circular track and dissipate.

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    Fi as "Ride of Doom" would actually be most applicable to IxTP's. After all, it is our last place "Destructive" or demon function. The 'ride of doom' is sinking down that low in the shadow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric B View Post
    Fi as "Ride of Doom" would actually be most applicable to IxTP's. After all, it is our last place "Destructive" or demon function. The 'ride of doom' is sinking down that low in the shadow.
    I think it has more to do with over using the dominant function "being up in your head" than poor use.

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    Yay -- an entire thread arguing over the definition of the initial premise!

    I'm in heaven.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    I think it has more to do with over using the dominant function "being up in your head" than poor use.
    I wasn't even referring to "poor" vs "good" use; but rather the role the process plays (regardless of its strength).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric B View Post
    I wasn't even referring to "poor" vs "good" use; but rather the role the process plays (regardless of its strength).
    I see. Sweet as.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Yay -- an entire thread arguing over the definition of the initial premise!

    I'm in heaven.

    ^^ Strapped into the Ti Ride of Gloating
    Funny how things work out. Making this thread, I really liked the title, I stole it off one of Udog's posts. I'd been thinking about using the Peter Tosh video somewhere for awhile. The monks on the roller coaster was a last minute touch. Monks kind of Fi, that was a lucky break. I was just looking for a roller coaster. Last but not least I thought there might be some useful discussion for someone out there. But hey, it's been a fun ride anyway.

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    I say get on and enjoy the ride already! You people need to relax! Fi's a bitch but once you learn how to fly properly there's nothing quite like it *wheeeeeee*
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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    The monks on the roller coaster was a last minute touch. Monks kind of Fi, that was a lucky break. I was just looking for a roller coaster.
    That was a great pic and a fortuitous find.
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