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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    i never claimed that theres no difference. Try to learn to tell the difference with your imaginery Ni world with the real world already.
    And I never claimed you did.

    How bout you learn to use that supposedly strong word-parsing ability Mr. Ti dom.

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    Better than what?
    Than apparently you're capable of doing.
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    CAN'T YOU SEE THIS SHOW IS TEARING IS US ALL APART?!?

    [YOUTUBE="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Plz-bhcHryc"]US RITE NOW[/YOUTUBE]
    And so long as you haven’t experienced this: to die and so to grow,
    you are only a troubled guest on the dark earth

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    And I never claimed you did.

    How bout you learn to use that supposedly strong word-parsing ability Mr. Ti dom.



    Than apparently you're capable of doing.
    Why did you mention me in your post then?
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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    Why did you mention me in your post then?
    To make a point.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    To make a point.
    Your point was that you like to assume things that arent true?
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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    Your point was that you like to assume things that arent true?
    No.

    But how hilariously ironic your comment is, considering it was you who made the false assumption.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    No.

    But how hilariously ironic your comment is, considering it was you who made the false assumption.
    You gave a pretty clear indicator that led me there, funny that you now blame me about that. Anyways, you still didnt tell the reason why you said something that led me to think that you thought that im not able to see the difference between function ordering. So why did you mention me on that post if you didnt think that i see it that way?

    It looks like you are just trying to cover up your mistakes typical INTJ way..
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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    You gave a pretty clear indicator that led me there, funny that you now blame me about that.
    I don't blame you for being led there.

    I blame you for making a false assumption about what I said.

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    Anyways, you still didnt tell the reason why you said something that led me to think that you thought that im not able to see the difference between function ordering.
    Actually, yes I did.

    Apparently you not only make false assumptions, but have some difficulty comprehending what you read.

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    So why did you mention me on that post if you didnt think that i see it that way?
    As I said: to make a point.

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    It looks like you are just trying to cover up your mistakes typical INTJ way..
    No, actually; there are no mistakes to cover up.

    Nor is there a supposed "typical INTJ way" of doing so, although you like to pretend that there is.

    The reason I mentioned you in the post is precisely because you would say something as stupid as the above.

    The reason I mentioned you in the post is because you overaccentuate the role of Fi in a TJ's Te.

    And because you hold and express ignorant views of Te and TJs in general.

    Jung would hang his head in disgust at you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    I don't blame you for being led there.

    I blame you for making a false assumption about what I said.



    Actually, yes I did.

    Apparently you not only make false assumptions, but have some difficulty comprehending what you read.



    As I said: to make a point.



    No, actually; there are no mistakes to cover up.

    Nor is there a supposed "typical INTJ way" of doing so, although you like to pretend that there is.

    The reason I mentioned you in the post is precisely because you would say something as stupid as the above.

    The reason I mentioned you in the post is because you overaccentuate the role of Fi in a TJ's Te.

    And hold generally ignorant views of Te and TJs.
    So you dont blame me for you leading me to make a false assumption, but you blame me for making the assumption that you led me to? Makes no sense.

    And your point was that i make false assumptions, but you proved it by leading me to make a false assumption.. that doesent prove anything else than that your methods of proving stuff doesent prove aynything else than that your logic fails.

    Lol
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