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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    The forum is 90% Ns. Or "Ns".

    So, ya think??
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    N's are more prevalent on this forum obviously, and are probably leaning toward being more interested in 'N' things, which are often made by 'N' people. Not always, but just maybe.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Some of the most shallow people in this forum are allegedly N.
    Wake up.
    I hope I'm one of them.

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    yes, but i also think there are going to be a much higher than normal amount of N's here just because of the subject matter.

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    i say no, because i seem to have a habit of under-assigning N to people

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    Yes, I think so.

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    If you're talking about assigning types to famous people, it's probably because intuition is more common amongst artists (writers, musicians, etc.) Also, maybe there's a reason that N's are overrepresented in books/movies? I don't think it's that we're typing wrong, I think it's that writers of fiction tend to create more N characters, perhaps because the writers tend to be N's themselves.

    If you're talking about forum members, it's probably because N's are more interested in personality typing, to the point of going on forums to discuss it. A lot of this is very theoretical and concept based, so it makes sense that it would appeal to N's.
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    Who the fuck is this mythical WE? Most of the people who "type" celebs suck...Why would I care what incompetent dimwits do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fecal McAngry View Post
    Who the fuck is this mythical WE? Most of the people who "type" celebs suck...Why would I care what incompetent dimwits do?
    Well Shit, you care enough.

    We = forum members. And the only mythical person here is Victor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by michL87 View Post
    If you're talking about assigning types to famous people, it's probably because intuition is more common amongst artists (writers, musicians, etc.)
    Becoming a famous musician or artist is actually doing something out in the real world. And since sensors are already 75% of the population, I think they might be the majority of artists. Well, SPs.

    It's probably close though, so I'm not sure.

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