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    Quote Originally Posted by dissonance View Post
    sounded ENTP to me, but you gave it away already...
    No, not really. It wasn't an ENFP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainChick View Post
    :rolli:

    What, pray tell, led you to think that?
    well Ne was overflowing...

    i figured Ti over Fi cuz i didn't see anything specifically Fi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dissonance View Post
    well Ne was overflowing...

    i figured Ti over Fi cuz i didn't see anything specifically Fi.
    Lol, that makes me laugh.

    The author, in my opinion is 100% ENFP and in case you didn't catch it, the author is being incredibly ironic in the moralistic amoral message he puts forth in his/this passage.

    He is exposing the inherent moral weaknesses that all of us human beings seem to share.

    By shopping at Wal-Mart we perpetuate "their", or "its" ability to get away with committing immoral deeds, (their prices are cheap for a reason). We purchase our many desired things there because they are sold at cheap, and unbeatable prices, and by purchasing our stuff there, we stand to gain something where others stand to lose.

    The point being, that most of us are morally lazy, we know that it is better to conserve energy and water, to support local business, etc., but we're lazy and cheap so we do whatever is easiest as opposed to whatever is "right", in the moral sense.

    Personal example: I am *not* a vegetarian, because I think meat tastes good and I am vain and fear that if I go vegetarian I'll consume too many carbs and hence gain unwanted pounds. I think it is morally wrong to eat animals that you didn't/couldn't/wouldn't kill yourself.

    I love and respect mammals, birds, and, to a lesser extent, fish, and yet despite this love and respect that I have for them, I eat them still, why? Because I am a hypocrite-weak-lazy asshole.

    One doesn't try to be a mediocre person, one just becomes one by default.

    Courage, willpower and integrity are incredibly rare human traits to live by/come by.
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    I saw much more Fi than Ti in it
    and the
    " You can hate. But you will always come back. You're getting good prices. Sure you want to change it. But you're getting a good deal. Just come back. There is always a nice place to park. It won't be long until you're one of us. "

    Fi and Te

    Ne to begin with, in that it is not linear, but from the same standpoint :\ resistence to wal-mart is futile
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainChick View Post
    The author, in my opinion is 100% ENFP and in case you didn't catch it, the author is being incredibly ironic in the moralistic amoral message he puts forth in his/this passage.

    hehe

    You get it. You might think of it as semi-passive moral erosion, and looking at it from two views. Or rather, one view in three different points of time. I feel it does a good job summarizing the astuteness of human morals, and as you found the right word to say it, mediocrity, and giving up on yourself. Moving along like a bottomsucker fish, rather than looking up and going for what you really want. It's a metaphor that illustrates a much larger and complex picture.

    hehe

    Totallly Ne

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    So thats why its adorable
    I totally want an ENxP for christmas
    actually, you P's can wait
    I want one now !
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    But to type more writers, i think the author of this is a ENFP
    if not, ISFP ?
    Quote Originally Posted by xxxx?
    Lucky you were born that far away so
    So we could both make fun of distance
    Lucky that I love a foreign land for
    The lucky fact of your existence
    Baby I would climb the Andes solely
    To count the freckles on your body
    Never could imagine there were only
    Too many ways to love somebody

    Lucky that my lips not only mumble
    They spill kisses like a fountain
    Lucky that my breasts are small and humble
    So you don't confuse them with mountains
    Lucky I have strong legs like my mother
    To run for cover when I need it
    And these two eyes are for no other
    The day you leave we'll cry a river
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    Quote Originally Posted by AvereX View Post
    But to type more writers, i think the author of this is a ENFP
    if not, ISFP ?
    It reeks of SF.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sling View Post
    It reeks of SF.
    ISFP ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by AvereX View Post
    ISFP ?
    Maybe ESFP. Very well could be ISFP too.

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