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    Quote Originally Posted by Standuble View Post
    Don't be stupid. You don't think I can't stand up for myself in real life and that N's are pussies? Besides, you're not seriously going to tell me that SP's are more decisive and have better memories than NJ's?
    Yes, perhaps we're arguing over syntax, they do have better memories. Se users do not, on the average daily, feel comfortable with any loose ends. Se users usually know where all their items and belongings are even if their room is a complete mess. Everything has its place. NJ's, specifically lack Si in their function order to remember many details. NJ's tend to be very clean and orderly as an overcompensation for their lack of ability to remember details. Si doms are specifically the best at recalling specific information. Ne dominants are the least capable of recalling specific information and most prone to leaving their keys in the refrigerator.

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    I dislike the question for 'why' or 'what is the reason you do xyz'.

    Recently I build this:


    Its a computer on wheels so far and I am trying to turn it into a house assistant you can interact with by speech. When I do this stuff, sensors always tend to ask me 'why or what is the greater purpose'.

    I dunno, because its fun. The quest for reason in life I think is kinda worthless. And reason is relative. Do I give my life reason by working 24/7 ? Do I give my life reason by earning a million per month ? I dunno, reason is a very complicated topic
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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ Arendee View Post
    Yes, perhaps we're arguing over syntax, they do have better memories. Se users do not, on the average daily, feel comfortable with any loose ends. Se users usually know where all their items and belongings are even if their room is a complete mess. Everything has its place. NJ's, specifically lack Si in their function order to remember many details. NJ's tend to be very clean and orderly as an overcompensation for their lack of ability to remember details. Si doms are specifically the best at recalling specific information. Ne dominants are the least capable of recalling specific information and most prone to leaving their keys in the refrigerator.
    Yeah....old age basically trumps all that when it comes to a reason.
    'One of (Lucas) Cranach's masterpieces, discussed by (Joseph) Koerner, is in it's self-referentiality the perfect expression of left-hemisphere emptiness and a precursor of post-modernism. There is no longer anything to point to beyond, nothing Other, so it points pointlessly to itself.' - Iain McGilChrist

    Suppose a tree fell down, Pooh, when we were underneath it?"
    "Suppose it didn't," said Pooh, after careful thought.
    Piglet was comforted by this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Standuble View Post
    Don't be stupid. You don't think I can't stand up for myself in real life and that N's are pussies do you? Most of the time I have to assert myself to correct sensors make, whether it be at home or at work. Besides, you're not seriously going to tell me that SP's are more decisive and have better memories than NJ's? There is no self-denial circle jerk on my part, that I can assure you.
    Also, my brain does not work the same as yours. Do not assume I view N's as pussies. I do not judge an entire group by a LETTER.

    The only people I consider "pussies" are those who allow their fears to control their behavior.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AffirmitiveAnxiety View Post
    Yeah....old age basically trumps all that when it comes to a reason.
    true. but we're talking about psychology, not physiology.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ Arendee View Post
    Also, my brain does not work the same as yours. Do not assume I view N's as pussies. I do not judge an entire group by a LETTER.

    The only people I consider "pussies" are those who allow their fears to control their behavior.
    Believe it or not neither do I. I drew my criticisms of sensors primarily from a selection I personally encountered and from that determined that there is a likelihood the whole population follows similar guidelines. I would not be surprised if there were anomalies to the rule.

    I hope you aren't asserting that those in this thread with criticisms against sensors merely fear them and that their reasons for disliking them are just a smokescreen. Perhaps if they do fear them it is because they fear potential brain death?

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    I hate when sensors fix my bike on the trails I ride. I feel incomplete as a human not knowing what I should have done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iNtrovert View Post
    Why ...Just why. What is the point of this? The title of this thread is so leading and negative. It sounds like your just trying to dump on sensors instead of encouraging a discussion on the differences between intuitives and sensors in every day life. Why not ask intuitives "what are some things sensors can do that you can't." Maybe then you'd actually gain some insight as to what the differences are without putting sensors on the defensive. The fact that you tried to gain information at the expense of sensing types just makes you look elitist and if you were not posting this thread to gather insights then why post it?? I read through this thread and some intuitives expressed that they don't like when sensors make them feel stupid or reject their point of view because they think differently. Isn't this thread basically doing the same thing to sensors?? I'm not saying you intended you come across this way. Maybe your intentions were 100% pure but your delivery just needs work. There are other ways to get this information.
    Just reposting this because Introvert basically said everything I was going too.

    Vast majority of the comments I see intuitives making are all valid....but I don't feel they're type related. Many of the frustrations I've heard from intuitives about sensors are frustrations *I* have with intuitives. I mean, I hear intuitives complain about how sensors don't listen to them....and then in the same thread, complain about how you don't want us to bore you with details. Why is it ok if you bore us with details unit wrong for us?

    I don't think I try to bore anyone with details, I just try and put an answer in its proper context, to help explain it better. If I'm adding details you don't need, then jut tell me that and I'll try and get less descriptive or straight to the point (which is odd, since that's one of things sensors are often critized for). It's that not good enough for you then I'm sorry but I'm doing the best I can
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    In all honesty, I think threads like these are gross. I think communication is typically the root of the issue.. on both sides, i.e. human interaction. I also think that learning to communicate with and find the beauty in as many different flavors of personality is more valuable than complaining and assuming the outcome before it's happened. It's also more difficult so therein lies the problem. Bitching is much easier than working on communicating differently. So, to answer the OP, I dislike when anyone does that, Sensor or iNtuitive, and both do it, but both can learn to not do it too, so that's a plus.
    "It is not length of life, but depth of life." ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson

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    This thread is like someone asking me if I prefer red or yellow when I'm wearing an orange sweatshirt.
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