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    I'm guessing that Nottaprettygal was being sarcastic.

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    I was dead serious, myself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by proteanmix View Post
    I think those leaning towards agnosticism/atheism tend to be more highly regarded (shows how "free thinking" they are). Those more liberal or left of center in their politics (how many people advertise their allegiance to the GOP or NRA?). Those that are more critical larger societal mores. Those that "appear" to be "open-minded."
    Yes, I think the seemingly high quantity of N (and especially of Ni) assumes that people can flip around from view to view and see multiple angles... meaning none of them really has much predominance.

    Meanwhile, SPs want the flex and pride themselves in it.

    That covers a high percentage of posters here. The SJ population is fairly small, and the ones who stay have learned to tolerate multiple views without feeling threatened.
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    First of all, why does anyone think left-wing liberals are open-minded? As far as I'm concerned, they're ordinarily just as narrow-minded as the right-wing conservatives, because they are quite intolerant of more conservative viewpoints and dismiss validity without actually understanding them.

    And fanatical atheists are in the same boat as fundamentalist Christians. They just operate on opposite ends.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    I'm guessing that she was being sarcastic.
    Of course. Jennifer knows that.

    I'm not sure how true this is here, but I think you violate some sort of norm when you have your own picture as your avatar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nottaprettygal View Post
    I'm not sure how true this is here, but I think you violate some sort of norm when you have your own picture as your avatar.
    Why thank you for assuming that I'm golden!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    First of all, why does anyone think left-wing liberals are open-minded? As far as I'm concerned, they're ordinarily just as narrow-minded as the right-wing conservatives, because they are quite intolerant of more conservative viewpoints and dismiss validity without actually understanding them.

    And fanatical atheists are in the same boat as fundamentalist Christians. They just operate on opposite ends.
    Pretty much. To choose a side is to be narrow. Or, at least, an invitation for others to judge you as such, even though that's usually not the most helpful thing to do -- and depends more on the receiver instead of the invitation itself.
    Not really.

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    And to that, I bring you the least narrow-minded type: XXXX

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    Yeah -- forget XXX, quadruple X is where it's at!
    Not really.

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    And technically, anyone with an opinion is narrow-minded.

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