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    Senior Member Eileen's Avatar
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    How did you discover Typology Central (formerly MBTI Central)? I have been here since its genesis. I used to post at INTP Central and N Central.

    Why did you join Typology Central? After some hullaballoo at INTP Central and the demise of N Cetnral, people wanted to have an all-types forum, so I jumped on board--somewhat half-assedly, but here I am.

    Why have you continued interacting at Typology Central? (Do you plan to continue? If so, for how long? It's a nice place to think and converse. I don't plan on leaving any time soon.

    Ultimately, how does your participation at Typology Central impact you? Gives me something to do that isn't my work. It used to be that I enjoyed complicated conversations about type, but I've kind of lost interest in that. Now I just hang out with a variety of people and talk about a variety of things.

    What would you say to any potential future members? Understand that this is what we make it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by iwakar View Post
    How did you discover Typology Central (formerly MBTI Central)?
    I don't remember, but I think I heard about it at INTJForum.
    Why did you join Typology Central?
    I have been an MBTT enthusiast for many years and when I found a forum where there were other people who also knew about MBTT, I was very excited to enter the conversation.
    Why have you continued interacting at Typology Central?
    I'm always learning new things about MBTT. I like being able to ask questions of people who understand Type. I have met a few people here that I really like.
    (Do you plan to continue? If so, for how long?)
    I've been here a little over a year. I left 3 times, but I came back - obviously. I don't know the future, but I guess I will probably continue being an active member here for a little while anyway. I'm not sure how much longer I will continue to tolerate the profanity and offensive images that make it past my filters. It has gotten to be quite unpleasant lately. I think I am the only one who is bothered by it. This is the only place in my life where I am exposed to such things.
    Ultimately, how does your participation at Typology Central impact you?
    I am always learning more about myself, my husband, my children and the other people in my life. If I have a perplexing problem that I suspect is Type related, I can come here and ask about it, and I will get the insight I need. It helps me with my real-life relationships.

    Additionally, being a member on a forum has taught me that my opinion is just as valuable as anyone else's. I have found my voice by being involved in online forums.
    What would you say to any potential future members?
    Welcome. Join in the conversation.
    Feel free to ask questions and share what you know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iwakar View Post

    How did you discover Typology Central (formerly MBTI Central)?
    I was already entrenched in MBTI (et al) and wanted to meet other people who might offer some personal and informed insights, and to have the interaction, as I'm pretty social.

    Why did you join Typology Central?
    I heard this where all the honeys hung out.

    Why have you continued interacting at Typology Central?
    (Do you plan to continue? If so, for how long?)
    Because it's like crack. I can't kick the habit.
    Certainly plan on staying. I expect to bag Edahn any day now. He can't use the "but I'm a virgin!" ploy for much longer.

    Ultimately, how does your participation at Typology Central impact you?
    Strangely enough, since I consider everyone here a real person and not just a shadowy online entity, it affects me quite a lot. How much, I must control. But overall, it affects me much the same way other RL people affect me.

    What would you say to any potential future members?
    How YOU doin'?
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    I don't remember how I found this site. Probably caught a link doing some research on an MBTI site.

    I came because I wanted to observe the different types in action to get a better handle on it and to share some observations I've made about personalities.

    I'll probably stick around for as long as I enjoy it here.

    The impact? I've learned quite a bit since I came and made some friends as well. It's been a plus in my life. Also gives me a chance to practice/reinforce a few things I was working on.

    What I'd say to new members other than welcome would depend upon what their particular needs were.
    "No ray of sunshine is ever lost, but the green which it awakes into existence needs time to sprout, and it is not always granted to the sower to see the harvest. All work that is worth anything is done in faith." - Albert Schweitzer

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    How did you discover Typology Central (formerly MBTI Central)?

    Through INTJf.

    Why did you join Typology Central?

    I was bored with INTJf and wanted to find a place where my SP sister could join... I really must get around to telling her about it

    Why have you continued interacting at Typology Central?
    (Do you plan to continue? If so, for how long?)


    I'm not bored yet, I'll keep going until I get bored.

    Ultimately, how does your participation at Typology Central impact you?

    It amuses, entertains and fills me with warm fuzzy feelings.

    What would you say to any potential future members?

    I can sell you forum secrets for $10, things like who to avoid, hit on, berate and befriend. PM me. Strangely enough its just one poster.

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    How did you discover Typology Central (formerly MBTI Central)?

    It was set up just after I joined INTPc and there were a few threads about it there.

    Why did you join Typology Central?

    I was curious as to what it would be like.

    Why have you continued interacting at Typology Central?
    (Do you plan to continue? If so, for how long?)


    I don't really interact much on here, I mostly lurk and play arcade games. I had a break for a while after first joining and only started lurking (with erratic posting) again earlier this year.

    Ultimately, how does your participation at Typology Central impact you?

    It satisfies my arcade game addiction.

    What would you say to any potential future members?

    Did you bring beer?
    ...so much smoke pouring out of each chromosome.

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    How did you discover Typology Central (formerly MBTI Central)?

    I forget now; I think I saw it somewhere in a google search result.

    Why did you join Typology Central?

    Oh, to be in a type community, I suppose. Hadn't seen one before.

    Why have you continued interacting at Typology Central?
    (Do you plan to continue? If so, for how long?)


    Oh, I wouldn't miss the fun!

    Ultimately, how does your participation at Typology Central impact you?

    I find it interesting and somewhat stimulating to be among people who know type and act in their type.

    What would you say to any potential future members?

    Forever let us hold our banners high!
    High! High! High!

    Come along and sing a song
    And join the jamboree


    Finally, thank you for your time!

    You izz welcome!
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    How did you discover Typology Central (formerly MBTI Central)?

    I googled ISTJ.

    Why did you join Typology Central?

    Eh, seemed like something interesting to do. I lurked for awhile before I ever posted anything. The topics were interesting, and there were very few, if any ISTJs around to represent da SJ Guardhouse...so I figured, "Why not?"

    Why have you continued interacting at Typology Central?

    There are still questions to be answered, people to help, and procrastination that needs to happen.

    Ultimately, how does your participation at Typology Central impact you?

    Umm, to a large extent, I don't think it does much since I'm not much of a chronic poster. Perhaps I have come to understand myself a little better, and it gives me something to do when I'm bored or don't feel like doing work in the real world.

    What would you say to any potential future members?
    Just jump in and start participating if you want...don't be intimidated. Some people on here are knowledgeable, and others are fun, and some you won't get along with -- just like real life.

    Finally, thank you for your time!

    De nada.

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    How did you discover Typology Central (formerly MBTI Central)?
    I think through INTPc, which I believe I discovered through the Enneagram Institute forums.

    Why did you join Typology Central?
    Was interested in type at the time.

    Why have you continued interacting at Typology Central?
    It's better than MySpace.

    Do you plan to continue? If so, for how long?

    I guess...at least until I get a life, find something new, or kill myself.

    Ultimately, how does your participation at Typology Central impact you?
    It keeps me away from MySpace.

    What would you say to any potential future members?
    I'm the first person you should listen to.

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    How did you discover Typology Central (formerly MBTI Central)?


    From the darkest eon, Falcarius became an genial comrade of the INTPc vanguard. He still reminisces not only the name change but the very first version of this forum; This being beta version 2.5 after all.

    Why did you join Typology Central?

    Falcarius had always felt like a dinosauria non grata, ever since he got sent to purgatory by the 1st Viscount Dundee. Also, INTPc started to asphyxiate in its own MBTI Nazism, so Falcarius fled like Mr. Einstein to the new purlieu.

    Why have you continued interacting at Typology Central?
    (Do you plan to continue? If so, for how long?)


    Falcarius is socially retarded, and he needs to have very much more social intercourse. He also finds it interesting interacting with creatures of different personality types.

    Falcaius plans on staying until he gets a part on Jurassic park like his famous cousin Velocraptor.

    Ultimately, how does your participation at Typology Central impact you?

    It keeps Falcarius intellectualised in the muskeg more than any mainstream dinosauric theatre.

    What would you say to any potential future members?

    Remember to send Haight a birthday card, he's a notorious Mafia Don around these parts; Imagine a better looking Al Capone, but of more an studious schemer disposition and much less flamboyant dressed .
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    Oh our 3rd person reference to ourselves denotes nothing more than we realize we are epic characters on the forum.

    Narcissism, plain and simple.

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