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    Quote Originally Posted by teslashock View Post
    That woman has a nice ass. Daddy wants to nail that shit once they get done saying good-bye to the house.
    ha ha

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    - A home was likely just bought for a fraction of its previous value, which must be as devastating for the former owners as it is pleasing to the opportunistic buyers. I wonder where the other family is or how they feel.
    - The woman and son are color coordinated. They look like a 'picture perfect' family: clean, well dressed, etc.
    - The woman has nice hair and a juicy butt.
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    This is a very sad picture.
    They just bought the house, are standing in front of it and are happy about it. So ordinary...
    The background is blurred and the for sale sign is emphasized. As if money would buy happiness. There is nothing individual about this picture, it's a portrayal of the perfect American family I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerbah View Post
    Looks like For Sale sign is photoshopped in. It is super sharp while background scene is really blurred, but not in the right way for the sign in the foreground to look natural. Background scene looks peaceful and idyllic. I suspect the original photo had no For Sale sign and was meant to look positive but then someone wanted to use the same photo to illustrate something negative or sad, like losing your house, which is why they made the For Sale sign so hyper sharp. Maybe they didn't have much of a budget.
    Quote Originally Posted by PeaceBaby View Post
    The "for sale" sign is first and foremost (ouch); the rest of the picture is almost incidental.

    Small family, stock photography-esque set-up. I sense no true affection.

    Bright sunny day, spring / early summer like. Like the greenish-yellow hues, which is why that "for sale" sign is such a nuisance eye-draw.

    It's like being hit on the head with a message, but which one:

    Did they just buy this house, or are they saying goodbye to it? Or did they just spend $$ to get that new stone walkway made to help sell their house?
    Family is looking at their house, either that they just bought it or have finished with it.

    The colours they are wearing seem to represent the whole sunny atmosphere feeling that you get with the amount of greenary.

    For sale - apart from the fact that it looks pretty damn fake... For some reason the whole red-words seem to make me feel kind of uncomfortable as if it's a huge loss (selling more likely than buying). It seems contrasted with the background colours honestly and irritates me. >.>'

    Maybe it's just hinting about a culture? That's no longer Si though. :/

    To be honest. The data is going to be messed up because it's no longer just what people normally think. You're asking people to 'analyse' the photo which is just going to incorporate alot of other things.

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    There's a FOR SALE sign. It's huge and photoshopped in.

    Two possibilities.. either they're selling their existing house here out of desperation and are saying goodbye to it, or they've found the perfect house to move into as a family. Looks like the latter's more likely because there's no "SOLD" sign. So, good on them!! Maybe!!

    But they also don't seem too excited. Like, at all. So, dunno. I could be wrong. But they could also just be taking it all in.

    And on and on it goes.

    Nice ass.


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    The thing about the picture that stands out is obviously the for sale sign. And then next how bland the three look and their arms about each other in a lockstep sort of a manner. Also the blurriness of the rest of the picture.

    I think the person who made this picture that way meant to say: They got sold a bill of goods, they think this will fufill them but it can't. They are marching into a blury future, a false dream. The only sure thing, the only clear thing is the market, selling dreams, the almighty dollar. It stands out and makes everything else fuzzy and insignifigant.

    Oh and a fearful thought races through my mind: Oh God, does my butt look that wide now?

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    That sign looks like it's shopped in. And it really stands out.
    It's a contrast to the background. The sign is red and white, constructed of rectangular shapes and very sharp while the background is rather mushy, lots of yellow colors and more 'round', in a way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by musttry View Post
    For the sake of the experiment, Si users post all your IMMEDIATE reactions to the following picture.

    If you are an Ni user, please post your reaction in the other thread prior to reading comments here.
    The family of 3 are taking a last look at the house that they had to sell as they are moving to a much bigger house now. Although they are moving to a better place, it is still sad to give up a place they had so many memories of.
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    This one is tougher because my Si is at the bottom. Ill give it a shot anyways but would welcome any additional analysis from actual Si doms.

    The popular definition for Si is:

    Introverted Sensing often involves storing data and information, then comparing and contrasting the current situation with similar ones. The immediate experience or words are instantly linked with the prior experiences, and we register a similarity or a difference. Introverted Sensing is also operating when we see someone who reminds us of someone else. Sometimes a feeling associated with the recalled image comes into our awareness along with the information itself. Then the image can be so strong, our body responds as if reliving the experience. The process also involves reviewing the past to draw on the lessons of history, hindsight, and experience. With introverted Sensing, there is often great attention to detail and getting a clear picture of goals and objectives and what is to happen.

    (NB. I actually saw counsellor once who tried to get me to do exercises that resembled this process lot. It is very stabilising!)

    We are therefore looking for cross-referencing data and experiences in order understand what is happening or what might happen. The judging function will allow to accept or dismiss the new data by referring to logic based on facts or people.

    Si is not:
    - Just noticing details.


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    Quote Originally Posted by IZthe411 View Post
    The dad sold mortgage backed securities.
    Or
    The dad went from the mailroom to the boardroom.
    Takes in the actors in the picture and cross-references with reasons for moving.

    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    That's a generic for sale sign, so it makes it look like a parody or a commercial.
    Compares actual picture to other pictures usually seen.

    Quote Originally Posted by The Outsider View Post
    The sign looks out of place, looks like an advertisement.
    American dream.
    the sign looks out of place would suggest comparing to other signs previously seen. Nothing is actually done with the info.

    Quote Originally Posted by BlueSprout View Post
    - A home was likely just bought for a fraction of its previous value, which must be as devastating for the former owners as it is pleasing to the opportunistic buyers.
    - The woman and son are color coordinated. They look like a 'picture perfect' family: clean, well dressed, etc.
    comparing to the image of a perfect family

    Quote Originally Posted by am_i_evil666 View Post
    This is a very sad picture.
    They just bought the house, are standing in front of it and are happy about it. So ordinary...
    There is nothing individual about this picture, it's a portrayal of the perfect American family I guess.
    - ditto

    Quote Originally Posted by Kai View Post
    To be honest. The data is going to be messed up because it's no longer just what people normally think. You're asking people to 'analyse' the photo which is just going to incorporate alot of other things.
    Indeed, we are looking for what looks like Si ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Eyebrows View Post

    Two possibilities.. either they're selling their existing house here out of desperation and are saying goodbye to it, or they've found the perfect house to move into as a family. Looks like the latter's more likely because there's no "SOLD" sign. So, good on them!! Maybe!!
    Id say this a good way of connecting the dots with previous experience and using logic to understand.

    Quote Originally Posted by William K View Post
    The family of 3 are taking a last look at the house that they had to sell as they are moving to a much bigger house now. Although they are moving to a better place, it is still sad to give up a place they had so many memories of.
    using the data to predict the most probable outcome using experience.

    Wow, that was harder than I thought. Not sure if Si-users would feel that I have correctly pin-pointed Si-usage. Your call!

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    Quote Originally Posted by musttry View Post
    For the sake of the experiment, Si users post all your IMMEDIATE reactions to the following picture.

    If you are an Ni user, please post your reaction in the other thread prior to reading comments here.
    Immediate reactions: it's jarring. Why is it jarring? It's not just the bold use of red and white on a clearly fake oversized sign - fake not just as an element of the original photo's composition but deliberately fake because for sale signs contain more information than those two words. So it's clearly not what it appears to be. It's certainly not an advert - the backs of people's heads don't sell anything. It's the kind of image that might be seen in a downmarket newspaper. Is it a comment on the domestic impact of the current financial crisis? Don't know - there is no emotional content. I'm disturbed by the Stepfordesque posing of the models. In particular the way her arms are perfectly aligned with the base of the sign. That adds to a sense of unease and that jarring quality. Too perfect. Too neat and clean. You know that sense of menace created in psychological horror films, where the images and the music send out conflicting messages and you know something horrible is about to happen but you're still in suspense?
    Is that what the composer was going for? That we can't afford to hold on to dreams of a "perfect" existence. That disallusionment is inevitable? That the image was always a false, idealized one with no basis in reality? Or is it just a poorly executed effort at something else? Couldn't say.
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