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    Quote Originally Posted by bananatrombones View Post


    rhinosaawar.
    LOL

    I didn't say all intjs, just most. They strike me as soulless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhinosaur View Post
    LOL

    I didn't say all intjs, just most. They strike me as soulless.
    Less than meets eye; but more than you can see...

    Please take my original post as a glib comment aimed at nothing but the reductive pointlessness of this thread. And the reductive pointlessness of your comment in particular.

    Actually, Heart is a gem - thoughtful, considered and reasonable. I can't see why - even if you have no affinity with her - you'd wish to make that point. But, hey, it take all sorts.

    It's interesting, if darning your socks is the only other activity on the menu.

    It's only a guess, but Shakespeare would probably have balked at your misuse of The Merchant of Venice.

    Julius Caesar may have been more appropriate for the purposes of quotation, as the lead character is, at least, an INTJ.

    All the best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by INTJMom View Post
    I probably have them on ignore.
    Same here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bananatrombones View Post
    Less than meets eye; but more than you can see...

    Please take my original post as a glib comment aimed at nothing but the reductive pointlessness of this thread. And the reductive pointlessness of your comment in particular.

    Actually, Heart is a gem - thoughtful, considered and reasonable. I can't see why - even if you have no affinity with her - you'd wish to make that point. But, hey, it take all sorts.

    It's interesting, if darning your socks is the only other activity on the menu.

    It's only a guess, but Shakespeare would probably have balked at your misuse of The Merchant of Venice.

    Julius Caesar may have been more appropriate for the purposes of quotation, as the lead character is, at least, an INTJ.

    All the best.


    Yeah... about that list...

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    I usually have trouble naming someone that I can't relate to. In a way, I can't really relate to anyone, for one thing, but I understand most people almost instantly. Some people I don't understand immediately, but that rarely ever means that I never will. It just means it'll take a little longer. That's kinda fun, really.
    "Don�t ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive, and go do it. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive." - Howard Thurman


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    Quote Originally Posted by something boring View Post
    I usually have trouble naming someone that I can't relate to. In a way, I can't really relate to anyone, for one thing, but I understand most people almost instantly. Some people I don't understand immediately, but that rarely ever means that I never will. It just means it'll take a little longer. That's kinda fun, really.
    And that should be hanging like a flaming sword over this thread. But NF wisdom is likely to be overseen :/
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    Not people I dislike--just people I don't always identify with:

    Victor
    wildcat
    Night
    entropie
    Anja
    Magic P
    FineLine and Kiddo, back when they were regulars
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    Anyone who is overly sensitive about things I find funny.
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    I don't identify with much of anything. Especially, people. There are a couple posters that try to debate unequally with me, and I don't often understand why. Repeatedly, when I've never taken any interest in them. They're almost always wrong. Which is why I find it so puzzling.

    Does that count?

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    That counts, there are always people who come with a knife to a gunfight
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    Again someone said entropie, I have to reevaluate my strategy -.-
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