Your awesomeness. Is. Seriously. Awesome.I think you might like this forum, Ming. It has more diversity and leans towards a more extroverted vibe than INTPc. I think you are rather funny and light-hearted in your evil schemes. Sometimes the wrong impression is given when someone joins INTPc and the response is "Go away, we don't want you, so join the loser forum TypologyCentral. It makes it seem like this place is a consolation prize, but it is a great place and overall more diverse.
Some online forums, especially the single type forums, are tight-knit social groups which have members who have been interacting for literally years - sometimes close to a decade. People form tight-knit groups in many environments and when that occurs there are many shared assumptions that become part of the foundation of all interactions and which are not continually re-examined. An outsider doesn't see this bedrock of social rules/assumptions and proceeds to question or act out of line with it. To those inside the group this appears either strange or stupid, etc. In order to fit into a tight-knit forum, a small town, a country church, or whatever, at first you have to pay attention to a myriad of rules and assumptions and learn to act within those boundaries. It's just the way people are. There are a few environments based on diversity, but they tend to be of a less personal nature.