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    I'm an intuiteer and I don't respond like that most of the time. Total ESTJ game-face, bro.

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    to OP: you're describing perceivers. we don't like responsibility.

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    No one has even come close to answering her question!

    I'll try...

    Quote Originally Posted by KarenParker View Post
    How can you STAND intuitives!?
    Standing is actually a fairly coordinated but automatic function of the larger leg, and to some degree the core abdominal and back muscles. It relies on proprioceptive feedback combined with inner ear balance feedback and visual cues to accomplish. Really, there isn't that much of a fundamental difference in the nervous systems of sensors and intuitives. Sensing and intuition are a higher cognitive process than standing. Standing is accomplished in the exact same way by both preferences, although they are likely to be perceiving information in a different way while accomplishing this common but interesting neuromuscular feat.

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    That's not really N-people. I do some of the generalizing as well as in the OP ("Well, many people have/lose jobs") but that's only if I'm trying to fish for something real to discuss about. You get what I mean? Oh and I'm very N.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JAVO View Post
    No one has even come close to answering her question!

    I'll try...



    Standing is actually a fairly coordinated but automatic function of the larger leg, and to some degree the core abdominal and back muscles. It relies on proprioceptive feedback combined with inner ear balance feedback and visual cues to accomplish. Really, there isn't that much of a fundamental difference in the nervous systems of sensors and intuitives. Sensing and intuition are a higher cognitive process than standing. Standing is accomplished in the exact same way by both preferences, although they are likely to be perceiving information in a different way while accomplishing this common but interesting neuromuscular feat.
    ROFLMFAO!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KarenParker View Post
    ME: Should I quit my job now or wait until I have another one lined up?
    Don't quit your job until you have another lined up. This economy sucks.

    ME: *turns into the Hulk*
    Cool! If I could have seen that then I would given you round about answers too.
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    Human being are social creatures, and concern for each other is the very basis of our life together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KarenParker View Post
    They never answer a question. It's impossible for them. And they're usually not helpful at all and confusing unless they can speak sensor language. Aren't you Ns annoyed by other Ns? How do you ever get anything done? Plus, if you do somehow get them to answer a question, it makes no freaking sense. Examples (because that's how I roll):

    ME: Should I quit my job now or wait until I have another one lined up?
    Having sometimes had to answer questions like this, I have learned the best answer is, stand up straight, look important, clearly and distinctly say:

    "You should quit your job."

    And nod to reinforce the positive.

    Nod some more to make it imperative.

    Expand for clarity: "Yes," you tell them, "quit your job."

    They say, "Whut?! No, if I quit my job..."


    It's like the "Haha, made you look!" game, except this time it's "Haha, made you N."


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    Quote Originally Posted by KarenParker View Post
    They never answer a question. It's impossible for them. And they're usually not helpful at all and confusing unless they can speak sensor language. Aren't you Ns annoyed by other Ns? How do you ever get anything done? Plus, if you do somehow get them to answer a question, it makes no freaking sense.
    Well, I could pretty much say this:

    How can you stand sensors? They never answer a question thoughtfully. It's impossible for them. And they're usually not helpful at all and are obtuse unless they can speak iNuitive language. Aren't you Ss annoyed by other Ss? How do you ever get anything done? Plus, if you do somehow get them to actually listen to you, they still completely miss the point and give an over-simplified, trite answer.

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