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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    I simply reminded him that his argument had flaws and pointed out what they were... this thread needs to die because I'm really tired of people using personality type as a rationale for deciding that someone else is inadequate in some way

    intolerant people need to have the flaws in their logic pointed out to them before they become old enough to vote
    Well, many 15 year olds these days. Hmmmm, they like to adhere to nonconformist standards. Not sure that would point to a good mindset to vote either way.

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    There's nothing wrong with adhering to non-conformist standards.

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    I was trying to make a point that most 15 year olds are little shits but they usually grow out of it.
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    You guys who are talking about him like he's precious etc. are really making yourselves look worse in his eyes than we are, I can almost guarentee you that.

    No fifteen year old wants to be talked about in the way you guys are doing. You're the ones alienating him.

    I see this a lot, including IRL.
    This too

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    Off-topic: I didn't know so many people accepted at "face value" that others are exactly who they say they are in their online profiles. Either way, measured responses are usually defensible.

    On-topic: The ESFP stupid myth is exactly that. My real life experience and whipsmart ESFP friend support my opinion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    There's nothing wrong with adhering to non-conformist standards.
    Sure. Except if they vote for the most voted, they'd be adhering to conformism. Otherwise they'd never get a winning vote.

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    Why should anyone vote for the person most-voted-for? People should vote for whomever they agree with.

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    screw voting, kill every other candidate except for the one you support, though I suppose in a way that is voting.
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perch420 View Post
    I know from experience that people who get the highest grades in my school are among the dumbest, most narrow minded people I've ever met. Unfunny, rude, intellectually incurious, lacking in self-awareness, overly serious, stupid sheep incapable of any sort of independent thinking whatsoever. Their only skill is the ability to do what the teacher tells them to without question. Basically, not "intelligent" in any way.
    I mean this in the most constructive way, but are you familiar with the concept of projection?

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