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    This is an awesome thread topic TG.

    I have never considered myself to be mechanically inclined, but the truth is.. i really am. FOr having zero training and zero interest in parts/mechanics.. when something DOES break.. if i sit there long enough and analyze the parts I can usually put it back together faster than most guys i know that work with mechanical stuff alot. (heh heh)

    I want to know what function you think I'm using.. heres a few key things i do while problemsovling

    comparison model. I like to get an exact duplicate of a functioning object.. and do a detailed comparison of the broken item. This helps me figure out exactly what area is off or broken. When i take things apart I remember (exactly, in detail) how it all came apart so i know exactly how to put it back together. I analyze even the most intricate piece like a spring or something.. and if its off i will try to manipulate it to look or function like the working model.
    Man suffers only because he takes seriously what the gods made for fun - Watts

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    Quote Originally Posted by Huxley3112 View Post
    I want to know what function you think I'm using.. heres a few key things i do while problemsovling

    comparison model. I like to get an exact duplicate of a functioning object.. and do a detailed comparison of the broken item. This helps me figure out exactly what area is off or broken. When i take things apart I remember (exactly, in detail) how it all came apart so i know exactly how to put it back together. I analyze even the most intricate piece like a spring or something.. and if its off i will try to manipulate it to look or function like the working model.
    Se and Ti?
    Great thread

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    Yup this just pissed me off.


    Marmie Dearest: ONLY SPs SEE WHAT IS REALLY THERE


    Name that function!

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    Se does only see what's actually there.

    Si sees through a filter of past, personal association.

    Ne sees what it connects to/pattern.

    Ni sees what's underneath what's there.

    Getting pissed off is your own problem. Sounds like Fi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatGirl View Post
    Yup this just pissed me off.


    Marmie Dearest: ONLY SPs SEE WHAT IS REALLY THERE


    Name that function!
    Just a matter of how you stack the words: "SPs ONLY SEE WHAT IS REALLY THERE"

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    Apparently no one ever told TG we're not supposed to quote Vent on the forum.

    It doesn't matter. It's true, in a very straight-forward sense of the word. They see what is actually before them. Se sees the physical actuality of there it is.

    Si sees there it is with a past, personal association.

    Ne attempts to find the pattern or what it connects to.

    Ni wants to know why or what it represents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    Se does only see what's actually there.

    Si sees through a filter of past, personal association.

    Ne sees what it connects to/pattern.

    Ni sees what's underneath what's there.

    Getting pissed off is your own problem. Sounds like Fi.
    Ni can be bold and sometimes cause people to become aware of what was right in front of there nose and they didn't see before.

    I will admit, I get pissy when people hit my sensibilities.

    Aka WRONG!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    Apparently no one ever told TG we're not supposed to quote Vent on the forum.

    It doesn't matter. It's true, in a very straight-forward sense of the word. They see what is actually before them. Se sees the physical actuality of there it is.

    Si sees there it is with a past, personal association.

    Ne attempts to find the pattern or what it connects to.

    Ni wants to know why or what it represents.
    I asked your permission. If you take it back, I will delete my posts.

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    No, that's fine, you just didn't say in what context you were gonna use it. I'm okay with it.

    It's just the way the functions work. I'm sorry if you don't like it.

    Cimarron gave a beautiful example of how Si dom interpreted that photo.

    You should have included the photo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatGirl View Post
    Ni can be bold and sometimes cause people to become aware of what was right in front of there nose and they didn't see before.

    I will admit, I get pissy when people hit my sensibilities.

    Aka WRONG!
    Yeah Ni is bold about telling other people what is underneath or what it represents.

    That's Ni.

    Ni is also paired with Se, just like Ne is paired with Si.

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