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    Default Cognitive functions and TV.

    Hi im new here(entp with strong Ni). Ive been Lurking for awhile now and decided to join( hope this hasnt already been discused).

    cognitive functions exemplified by tv shows.

    Ne: 30 rock, south Park, early family guy, Louis, the colbert report.

    Ni: Futurama, The simpsons, Regular show, The mighty Boosh, Lost, King of the hill

    Ti: Brad Meltzers decoded.

    Te: Law and Order.

    Se: Every show on the travel channel and the food network, Jackass, Nitro Circus.

    Si: fox news and alot of the history channel.

    Fe: reality shows?

    Fi: IdK TBN/feed the children comercials :/

    im not really good with the functions i dont actively use. Can you guys help?

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    That looks interesting. What aspects of the TV shows made you decide which cognitive function they go to?
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    History Channel = Ti

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    All I'm going to say is that Louis is by far the best of those shows that I've actually seen, followed by futurama.

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