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    That depends on what you define "intelligence" to be.

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    Can you compose a symphony? Execute a highly detailed painting to look as realistic as a photograph? Survive in the wilderness? Excel socially?

    NO?

    Oh, sorry, bro - then you aren't intelligent.

    That's what your argument looks like to me, in reverse.

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    Well that's not fucking intelligence, that's, again, musical acuity, spatial awareness, color sense, and lots of other things that are SKILLS. Intelligence is also a SKILL. When we talk about "intelligence", we're talking about the ability to think abstractly and quickly and come up with creative solutions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perch420 View Post
    Well that's not fucking intelligence, that's, again, musical acuity, spatial awareness, color sense, and lots of other things that are SKILLS. Intelligence is also a SKILL. When we talk about "intelligence", we're talking about the ability to think abstractly and quickly and come up with creative solutions.
    I don't think you know what intelligence is, which is ironic considering the topic of this convo and your insistence on your superiority. A person can have musical or artistic skill but lack the intelligence to actually compose an original, full, complex symphony. That's what you're not getting. One ESFP may not be very smart, but another may be brilliant, even though they both lean heavily toward musical pursuits.

    P.S. it's impossible to have NiTi unless you're INFJ. So I'm hoping you self-type as INFJ, otherwise your understanding of JCF is quite miserable. Again: irony.

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    The ability to compose a musical piece involves creativity, not intelligence. There's a difference.

    If you would have read Jung, you would have known that types were invented by Kiersey. Jung laid out the function but never put them in a system of order of strength or frequency of use. Ni and Ti are the functions I identify with the most, according to Jung.

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    You are funny, I hope you realize how funny you are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perch420 View Post
    Well that's not fucking intelligence, that's, again, musical acuity, spatial awareness, color sense, and lots of other things that are SKILLS. Intelligence is also a SKILL. When we talk about "intelligence", we're talking about the ability to think abstractly and quickly and come up with creative solutions.
    you mad?

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    Nice. So instead of discussing the matter at hand, I guess we're now going to post boring, unfunny, and uninspired cliche bullshit? My turn I guess:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SiMHTK15Pik

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oHg5SJYRHA0

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xaU9iP6Ul9U

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    I wish there was a MBTI Myth Busters with hosts with big moustaches and all that. Let's blow that to smithereens.
    YES. But MBTI Mythbusters had better also have hot interns, ok?
    "There's no need to be embarrassed about it, Mr. Spock. It happens to the birds and the bees!"

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    And by the way, you don't "get" me. If anything, you fit under a more shallow mold than I do, which makes it even more embarrassing when you think you don't.

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