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    veteran attention whore Jeffster's Avatar
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    I can be a lemming for the right cause, can I bring a parachute.



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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    Nono, not at all thats the problem. Its not about free-thinking and I am unique, thats never the point.

    It's about that people should experience crucial things about life on their own and not learn about them in a twisted sense of reality via the mbti book.

    Lately a lot of very young people joined, who seek guidance on many quests. But we as adults can only provide basic guidance, everyone has to find his own way and experience things on his own. But some adults then try to prepare the children that good, so they never face such evil as th adults did.

    And then the children get totally lost in the books, trying to live a religion like a fascade totally not experiencing anything for themselves anymore.
    MBTI and cognitive function is a model for describing patterns in human personalities. A model... like a first person shooter game. Does that reflect reality? Fighting in an actual battlefield? Nope. Definitely not.

    I think one of the problems with people is inherent laziness. Especially with the younger generation... they expect to be spoon fed information. That's what the education system got turned into. All the new technological advancements don't help. They want it all and they want it fast. Few take the time to evaluate the validity of the info... that is if the thought has even occurred to them.

    Basic guidance ought to be point out the pitfalls along with the strengths. That rarely happens though... Selective attention on the part of the mass listeners, lack of energy/reward for those who persists in shoving "additional" information to the masses. Until you reach a state of apathy.
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    Entropie, it would be better if I could understand your cartoon's writing.

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    I think 90% of the people on here take MBTI with a bucket of salt. It's a game, a fun timewaster, sometimes I have fun arguing about what type someone is but that's just because I like to argue, if it wasn't MBTI it would be about something else.

    I have come to the conclusion that MBTI especially if used with the intricacies of cognitive functions/temperaments/styles is very much like Astrology, where you can use intricate yet at the same time vague details to explain any person (or any behaviour) into any box you like.

    Anyway I'm off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quinlan View Post
    I think 90% of the people on here take MBTI with a bucket of salt. It's a game, a fun timewaster, sometimes I have fun arguing about what type someone is but that's just because I like to argue, if it wasn't MBTI it would be about something else.

    I have come to the conclusion that MBTI especially if used with the intricacies of cognitive functions/temperaments/styles is very much like Astrology, where you can use intricate yet at the same time vague details to explain any person (or any behaviour) into any box you like.

    Anyway I'm off.

    *Rockets off into space leaving a massive blast of ISFP depression spray in my wake*


    I like MBTI. It's a puzzle to me. It's hard to figure out at times, but it's just a little game. I don't think anyone on here worships MBTI likes it's a religion. :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyGeek View Post


    I like MBTI. It's a puzzle to me. It's hard to figure out at times, but it's just a little game. I don't think anyone on here worships MBTI likes it's a religion. :/
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