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    In North America, what cities have the most intuits?

    I'm looking for population concentrations, because I'm sick and tired of the shallow waters of Suckramento.

    I think Portland might be one because they've had a campaign for "Keep Portland Weird". I'm guessing Seattle too...
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    I don't necessarily think it's "intuitive" but Washington, DC has some of the most highly educated people in the US so that might help as far as intellectual stimulation is concerned.
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    Seattle has a lot of intuitives. Lots of idjiots too. They can be the same person!

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    Definitely not in Andrews, South Carolina. They still burn witches/blacks down there and force you to go to church if you wear black fingernail paint.

    wait, that might be an N thing, jumping to conclusions. Do any of the other Ns here enjoy NASCAR and wife-beating?

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    Nope.
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    portland, minneapolis, perhaps austin

    i think brooklyn and san francisco are the ideal places to live in the us.

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    I will vouch for Seattle. People here just seem more 'real' to me (I've lived in several east coast cities).

    Oh! Do you like coffee/bookstores/coffeeshops? INFJs, supposedly, like bookstores. I know I do!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SNUGGLETRON View Post
    Do any of the other Ns here enjoy NASCAR and wife-beating?
    I love it how my Ne can usually "just know" where the blood will fly and what kind of a pattern emerges. It's like a hunch or something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mochajava View Post
    I will vouch for Seattle
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    I heard this from so many people..... very NF city they said.

    i dont know about europe... - what you americans dont know is that in general USA is more N-welcoming than Europe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the state i am in View Post
    portland, minneapolis, perhaps austin
    Yes, Minneapolis and St Paul are lovely!

    There's a "Keep Austin Weird" campaign as well... I've never been there but it sounds like somewhere I would like.
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