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    Quote Originally Posted by Sytpg View Post
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    I actually thought about this the other day. But I was thinking more in terms of solitary confinement. An ExxP would die in solitary confinement. Mind would break.
    I would love solitary confinement.

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    Aww, I thought this thread was going to be which TypeC member is best equipped to survive a prison stay. Now that would be a good thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by anii View Post
    INFJ or INTJ. They can live off their imagination alone for years.
    and become some fat man's\women's bitch.
    Expression of the post modern paradox : "For the love of god, religions are so full of shit"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tallulah View Post
    Aww, I thought this thread was going to be which TypeC member is best equipped to survive a prison stay. Now that would be a good thread.
    that could be funny...do it! do it! haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by anii View Post
    INFJ or INTJ. They can live off their imagination alone for years.
    Uh...no.

    I've thought of the prison thing....I very possibly could eventually snap out of it and pull myself together and toughen up and resolve to get through it, but on the other hand it could easily kill my soul. I'd either harden up and utterly change to survive, or I'd despair. Latter is more likely.

    And I hate having too much time to reflect. And it would be forced reflection. It's the internal Ni-Ti spiral of death for me.
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    It's 50/50 with INFJs. We'd either inspire the masses with a cause clbre and stir up a revolt or write a tell-all inspirational confessional that would be published posthumously and hang ourselves.

    Sad, but true.
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    Ok, how long is this prison stay we're talking about? A month in prison might be kinda fun for an ENFP. It would be like a road trip...and I'd get to meet some interesting people and find out what crimes they committed. Ooh..and poker! I could play poker with the other inmates and win cigarettes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EcK View Post
    and become some fat man's\women's bitch.
    I'd pass on that.
    "You will always be fond of me. I represent to you all the sins you never had the courage to commit."

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    than to serve and obey them. - David Hume

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    A few too many have done the thought experiment, it seems.

    When I did the thought experiment, I decided I wouldn't last 5 minutes.

    Step 1: be normal: alienate everyone, and now you're alone.
    Step 2: ES types find you within seconds.
    Step 3: Punked, bitch. So you're brutalised. And alone.
    Step 4: Repeat steps 2 and 3 ad nauseum.
    Step 5: Break. Die. Or be released.

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    Most likely to break out of prison/attempt to - ISTP.

    I'd say we'd definitely survive up to a 10 year sentence or so. Any longer sentence, and I'm looking for a way out, either trying even harder to escape, or just suicide somehow. Also, the odds of me even being willing to GO to prison for that length of time, are pretty low....I'd probably rather live in south america than go.

    I wouldn't be too concerned about attack. I could definitely make better shanks than anyone else, and have way better fighting skills than a street thug.
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