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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemonday View Post
    You can talk to people in the future? I want your mental tangents!


    No-one has really answered the OP question about whether the world would be a better place without INTPs.

    What is the net contribution? Force for good or force for evil?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Llewellyn View Post
    Really? Hardly anything of that I ever do...
    That is my husband and son's life.
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    No net effect. No one listens to us anyway, because we lack that "Get 'er done!" charisma.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aimahn View Post
    I did blue. I believe I said it would be better if we had less people like you and Jack in it!!
    Jack and I are pretty benign. We haven't done anything either useful or devastating. Think bigger!
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    Ok, ok.

    Mr. Bluewing wouldn't have an ideal to aspire to, thus there will be no mass cases of infanticide, and likely never shall be in the near future.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemonday View Post
    No-one has really answered the OP question about whether the world would be a better place without INTPs.

    What is the net contribution? Force for good or force for evil?
    It depends on how you define good and evil. I said how I thought the world would be different. Whether that is good or evil depends on how each person defines good and evil.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aimahn View Post
    Ok, ok.

    Mr. Bluewing wouldn't have an ideal to aspire to, thus there will be no mass cases of infanticide, and likely never shall be in the near future.

    ^ You bloody ISFPs have got no imagination.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Liquid_Laser View Post
    It depends on how you define good and evil. I said how I thought the world would be different. Whether that is good or evil depends on how each person defines good and evil.
    You spoke in generalities. I was thinking of specifics. E.g. would we have atomic weapons? Would WWII have ended differently? etc,etc,etc

    Good =greater good
    Evil =/=greater good
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    More peaceful... a few percent of people would be sad from missing them though.

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    I think that INTPs are a good contribution- they're usually a bit too "laid back" to accomplish anything truly evil!

    They're fun friends to have around for ENTPs for example, because they sometimes laugh when we say something outlandish and later say that they were thinking the same thing but waiting for thier blabbermouth idiot friend to say it!

    A world without INTPs though, would mean that I wouldn't exist since my dad is one, and this would be very sad indeed to me.
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