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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunshine View Post
    Really? Why?
    people didn't really say "aloha" and all that good stuff there... seems like a lot of people who moved there recently.

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    Britain: ISFP or ISTP > Compared to Germany (which is most likely ISTJ, have never seen such strong introverted sensing in any other country; okay, maybe in Japan) British people are far more easy-going and able to deal with things not being perfect, of course that also results in things being more chaotic and less well-done

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    Quote Originally Posted by Modern Nomad View Post
    No, i doubt that. if anything, seems like some defensiveness against people with an anti-spiritual hate fueled attitude...

    i mean, u find that sort of defensiveness just about about anywhere i'd imagine...
    After some quick research, it appears that racism is definitely an issue in Hawaii.

    This article helped explain a little bit of it to me:

    Racism and prejudice linger in Hawaii, says chief justice - Hawaii News - Starbulletin.com

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    im sure there's some bad apples there, just like anywhere else.

    are u saying we should type states and cultures by " number of hate cases"? what would be assigned what number of hate cases per 1000 inhabitants you think?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Modern Nomad View Post
    im sure there's some bad apples there, just like anywhere else.

    are u saying we should type states and cultures by " number of hate cases"? what would be assigned what you think?
    I wasn't thinking about it in relation to mbti type. But how racist a certain society tends to be will probably correlate with J behavior.

    Hawaii, I would type as ESFP. That's just a gut reaction guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    I wasn't thinking about it in relation to mbti type. But how racist a certain society tends to be will probably correlate with J behavior.
    Hawaii, I would type as ESFP. That's just a gut reaction guess.
    WHAT? Are you serious?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunshine View Post
    WHAT? Are you serious?
    Favoring tradition, conservativeness, status-quo, close-mindedness.... these things are more related to J personalities. And, not that racism is always connected to those things, but it's no stranger to them as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    Favoring tradition, conservativeness, status-quo, close-mindedness.... these things are more related to J personalities. And, not that racism is always connected to those things, but it's no stranger to them as well.
    Ugh. Close-mindedness is not related to any aspect of type.

    There are open and closed minded people of all types.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunshine View Post
    There are open and closed minded people of all types.
    Oh certainly.

    I just don't think the proportion of close minded J's and close minded P's is exactly the same. Not to say that there aren't plenty of stubborn and close minded P's out there.

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    Intellectual Climate in Ancient Greece: ENTP (Get drunk and discuss philosophy, anyone?)

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    Ancient Judea: IxFx

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