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    Quote Originally Posted by Victor View Post
    here I have learnt to defend myself with words.
    uhh.. no you haven't. You've learnt to ignore other people's words.

    Victor. You always seem intimidated when I make a serious comment. As if you at all costs try to avoid a debate with me so you usually don't reply or change the route of the debate. But you at once feel you can bash me down the minute I start to get unserious and it also gives you another reason not to answer to my more serious posts. If you are trying to avoid me or don't want to answer to my posts I suggest you tell it to me in my face. Because it seems to me you are a coward who cannot defend your own arguments the minute I walk in and say my view so you just ignore them.

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    couple posts went over to the Graveyard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Victor View Post
    C'mon I was invited here by Geoff and he told me this was a tolerant and well run site. And he was right. But he did not tell me anything about MBTI.

    When I discovered the history of MBTI and how it is used today, I was horrified.

    And I have been expressing my horror ever since in more than 4,000 posts.

    But what is amazing is that while I have been telling the truth about MBTI, it has hardly made an impression.

    It is plain that telling the truth about MBTI is like telling the truth about the supernatural.

    Truth has made no impression on the MBTI evangelists. I wonder whether beauty will.
    Quote Originally Posted by Victor View Post
    Well, I don't care about the supernatural but every time I look at a dollar, I see, "In God We Trust".

    So it seems very important to me to point out that physics, biology and mathematics have no need for God.

    God and the supernatural are superfluous to requirements.

    And MBTI is being pushed by the USA military and USA business onto the vulnerable without once in seventy years doing a double blind test.

    So I think it is very important to point out the sheer ugliness of the supernatural and MBTI.

    What is interesting is how much they have in common.
    I'm relatively new here and please indulge me in asking this question, but have you provided or can you point to evidence that supports these claims about MBTI? Specifically, I refer to evidence that "MBTI is being pushed by the USA military and USA business onto the vulnerable." It is an interesting perspective because I have no personal experience or knowledge which backs up this position. I'd like to better understand your thinking on this.

    By the way, love the red "V".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Victor View Post
    C'mon I know you would like to get rid of me. But I've got broad shoulders. And I think it is far more important to break the spell of MBTI than to make you feel comfortable.
    Stop victimizing yourself. I don't want to get rid of you. I'm not anyone anyways. Unlike you, I know that about myself.

    No, what I want is for you to actually follow through with your opinions, and leave of your own accord. That you don't do that makes little sense. Even worse, you seem to be burying yourself in delusions of grandeur, like this is some cutting issue, that you're the "loyal opposition", some iconoclast superhero against the unholy god that is MBTI, when the fact is that this is a pretty casual subject, and you look like a goober dramatizing it. If you really value "self", then have some self respect and move on.

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    Supernatural don't exist? How do we explain this, then?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Victor View Post
    It takes only one person to tell the truth, but whole institutions to tell a lie.

    And quite often the truth is eventually recognised, but it is traduced and bullied along the way.

    My father would say, you drop a small pebble in a pond and the ripples spread out.

    Who knows who the ripples might reach?
    And, if you keep dropping the same pebble, at the same spot, to create the same ripple effect, pretty soon there will be a complete cancellation of the generated waves, given its equal amplitudes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mystic Tater View Post
    Supernatural don't exist? How do we explain this, then?
    He's Spiderman: Genetic mutation -- adhesive suckers and minute iron-stiff hairs on each finger tip.

    Plus, I'm sure he believes in MBTI.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post
    Stop victimizing yourself. I don't want to get rid of you. I'm not anyone anyways. Unlike you, I know that about myself.

    No, what I want is for you to actually follow through with your opinions, and leave of your own accord. That you don't do that makes little sense. Even worse, you seem to be burying yourself in delusions of grandeur, like this is some cutting issue, that you're the "loyal opposition", some iconoclast superhero against the unholy god that is MBTI, when the fact is that this is a pretty casual subject, and you look like a goober dramatizing it. If you really value "self", then have some self respect and move on.


    What is most interesting is that the words, "Move on", are those used regularly by police.

    And the word, "Move on", are used here by the thought police.

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    To Page 5.

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    Never mind the quality.

    Feel the width.

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