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    Senior Member Martian Manifesto's Avatar
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    Default INFJs lead dangerous lives!!!!

    I get the INFJ digest...got this sent to me today...weird...


    INFJ - Assasination Factor
    Posted by: "jay"
    INFJ's rise for common good when there are serious challenges. Can
    they be assasinated or otherwise targeted for this ? Please share any
    past articles, incidents in this regard.

    2b. Re: INFJ - Assasination Factor
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    jay wrote:
    > INFJ's rise for common good when there are serious challenges. Can
    > they be assasinated or otherwise targeted for this ? Please share any
    > past articles, incidents in this regard.
    >
    > Thnak You.

    This is my favourite post this year.

    Here's one for you: the persecution of INFJ David Koresh.

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    2c. Re: INFJ - Assasination Factor
    Posted by: "geary"
    --- "jay" wrote:
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    > INFJ's rise for common good when there are serious challenges. Can
    > they be assasinated or otherwise targeted for this ? Please share any
    > past articles, incidents in this regard.

    Definitely. In fact, the greatness of even average(*) INFJs is so
    great that just about any INFJ death ought to be considered an
    assassination. Death by natural causes has been shown to be so rare
    for INFJs that it is recommend that they specify in their will that a
    portion of their estate be used to pay for a 2nd (or even 3rd, 4th, or
    as many as takes to get to the truth) autopsy, just in case the media
    tries to cover up the truth.

    (*) Does an "average" INFJ even exist? INFJ greatness is not
    quantifiable. It's like talking about the average of Mohandas Ghandi
    and Alexander Supertramp.
    Last edited by proteanmix; 03-07-2009 at 11:29 PM. Reason: removed personal information

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    I always thought that Mohandas Ghandi was an ENFP. If not ya kind of an interesting topic...Martin Luther King Jr. I wouldn't waste too much time thinking about it though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mlittrell View Post
    I always thought that Mohandas Ghandi was an ENFP. If not ya kind of an interesting topic...Martin Luther King Jr. I wouldn't waste too much time thinking about it though.
    Don't worry, I wont'

    Just get the INFJ Digest sent to me and I when I got this one I thought my fellow INFJs here might think it a provocative item of interest.

    Cheers all

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    I end up around alot of dangerous people in hopes of helping them.
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    St. Stephen took rocks and St. Sebastian took arrows. You only have to take some jerks on an internet forum. Nut up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rainbows View Post
    I end up around alot of dangerous people in hopes of helping them.
    I am going to have to agree with this. I feel like I draw out poison, infinitesimally, slowly. We are probably doing everyone else a favour, empaths lead dangerous lives themselves. You have to be careful when playing with fire, you too share in the burning lest you know where to jump in the water.

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    INFJs are kind of the ultimate "idealists" because Ni backed up with Fe results in some serious spaceyness. I have an INFJ roomate who I love to death and her INFJ dreamworld is truly fantastic if she lets you see it. However it can also be her weak point. She's kind of oblivious and as such seems to wander into danger (or moreso in her case, drama) without realising what was happening. Or, quite often realising a little late and deciding to roll with it anyway because they figure they have (kind of) a plan.

    There have been so many incidents in bars where I had to get all SJ on someone's ass in order to save hers

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    Have to say the type of humor in the OP quotes makes me more queasy than laughy. I'm aware of some of the INFJ descriptions being psychic and/or saving the world and such, but egads. That is partly why I don't like to declare a type. Talk about pressure and baggage. Lord have mercy.

    My spaceyness makes things a little dangerous for me in terms of hitting my head on stuff and such. Hey, maybe that's the reason i'm not psychic or Ghandi?
    Step into my metaphysical room of mirrors.
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    So I guess it means there is trouble until the robins come
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    I want to be just like my mother, even if she is bat-shit crazy.

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    I'm a little worried now, although not exactly surprised.

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    The Morag Tong is currently working on a major contract to eliminate the already rare INFJ from existence. We have nearly succeeded.
    "Can you set me free from this dark inner world? Save me now, last beats in the soul.."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martian Manifesto View Post
    Definitely. In fact, the greatness of even average(*) INFJs is so
    great that just about any INFJ death ought to be considered an
    assassination. Death by natural causes has been shown to be so rare
    for INFJs that it is recommend that they specify in their will that a
    portion of their estate be used to pay for a 2nd (or even 3rd, 4th, or
    as many as takes to get to the truth) autopsy, just in case the media
    tries to cover up the truth.

    [personal info edited]

    (*) Does an "average" INFJ even exist? INFJ greatness is not
    quantifiable. It's like talking about the average of Mohandas Ghandi
    and Alexander Supertramp.
    Why did this make me laugh?
    Last edited by Ivy; 03-07-2009 at 11:29 PM. Reason: quoted personal info removed

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