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    Ayn Rand.

    Russian expatriate.
    What do we know of these romantics?
    A philosopher?

    Is the moon there when you do not look?
    - Albert Einstein.

    Rationality is an abused word.
    Apology for thieves is not philosophy.

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    There's a big existing thread on this

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    ^---what Psuedo said. Although, kudos for trying to put it in haiku-like form
    "The man who is swimming against the stream knows the strength of it."
    ― Woodrow Wilson

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    When I read Wildcat's posts I know I'm not an intuitive (N) type.

    Actually when I read Wildcat's posts and @RaptorWizard's blog I know my MBTI type isn't within the Intuitive (N) category.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildcat View Post
    Ayn Rand.

    Russian expatriate.
    What do we know of these romantics?
    A philosopher?

    Is the moon there when you do not look?
    - Albert Einstein.

    Rationality is an abused word.
    Apology for thieves is not philosophy.
    who are the thieves? I could see that in two ways.
    But yes to the notion of the moon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riva View Post
    When I read Wildcat's posts I know I'm not an intuitive (N) type.

    Actually when I read Wildcat's posts and @RaptorWizard's blog I know my MBTI type isn't within the Intuitive (N) category.
    There's some really stupid people who are N and some really smart people who are S.

    It follows that just because I may have some brilliant ideas and yours may not always be as much so by no means dictates that you cannot be N.

    Now here's an example of a stupid N who has no revolutionary insights into the creation whatsoever:

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaptorWizard View Post
    There's some really stupid people who are N and some really smart people who are S.It follows that just because I may have some brilliant ideas and yours may not always be as much so by no means dictates that you cannot be N.Now here's an example of a stupid N who has no revolutionary insights into the creation whatsoever:
    Brilliant ideas?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pseudo View Post
    There's a big existing thread on this
    where?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tinker683 View Post
    ^---what Psuedo said. Although, kudos for trying to put it in haiku-like form
    where?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riva View Post
    When I read Wildcat's posts I know I'm not an intuitive (N) type.

    Actually when I read Wildcat's posts and @RaptorWizard's blog I know my MBTI type isn't within the Intuitive (N) category.
    Those posts may cause you to think so only because Rap and I find ourselves in the TiNi loop.
    That is E 4,5 found bw 4w5 and 5w4. Undivided N.

    Shadow 9 is a negotiator. High intuitive skills required there, but of a different kind.

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