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    Quote Originally Posted by Laurie View Post
    Why would an extrovert, more than an introvert, like sitting behind their computer?
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    Of course it's possible.

    I wouldn't care a bit if it ceased to exist.

    I go on there sometimes but mostly because I'm always doing something... I almost never sit and have lunch just looking around. I get on my phone and occupy my time constantly

    That's all it is to me... Like flipping through a magazine
    Most online things are that way for me... Just might as well cram some more stuff in there during lunch or this commercial break or whatever.

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    There a differences between "social extroversion" and "extroverted information gathering / judging" like mbti means it.

    Both would work good together, but cant be a necessity. If the society you live in sucks, it will continue sucking even if you're an extrovert.
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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    Both would work good together, but cant be a necessity. If the society you live in sucks, it will continue sucking even if you're an extrovert.
    Pretty much. Even among those who get a rise out of working with the external world, whatever they work with has to be meaningful (interesting, thought-provoking, touching, etc.).

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    Quote Originally Posted by bologna View Post
    Pretty much. Even among those who get a rise out of working with the external world, whatever they work with has to be meaningful (interesting, thought-provoking, touching, etc.).
    Yes for sure. I only interact wth the external environment if I can learn something interesting. I don't want to know everyone...or everything.

    I'm not a very good extrovert in the classic sense.
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