Ok, this is true...
But either way, you'd be behaving like a retard...
Just the theoretical, or just the practical side, isn't enough.
I studied the theory, and then started doing it.
Cuz I've had this conversation with another NTJ recently...
Are you aware that I probably have strong counterarguments/explanations for all of this nitpicking you would do?
You guys seem to work off the assumption that just cuz something isn't stated, it means it's not already been considered.
Not everything people write comes in the form of a technical proof, and your guys' nitpicking essentially would require as much.
It's why you guys are often so annoying to hang out/discuss things with, and it's a really stupid assumption to base your decisions off of.
The conversation with the other NTJ went something like this: "NTPs nitpick about the words present in an argument, but they don't seem to realize that their nitpicking about those specific words doesn't necessarily address the actual position of the person who wrote those words. They get so obsessed with the words on paper they seem to lose all awareness that maybe they need to try to understand and take into account that whatever nitpicks they have about the words that were written aren't necessarily useful (at all) with regards to furthering a discussion with the person who wrote those words. In other words, they attack the words, not the position."
We both basically held this exact same position before ever entering into the conversation.