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    NTs love gambling. So casinos?

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    Where to find INTJ: Library, bookstore, labs, gym, coffee shops (working), classrooms, museums, the opera, lectures/seminars on topics we find interesting, shopping online.

    Where not to find INTJ: Large noisy crowds, bars, big chaotic sporting events, "working with people", keggers, shopping in a mall, any loud raucous heavily trafficked place.

    EDIT: I just realized I said "we". I meant to say that is where "they"...but perhaps the slip is indicative of something.

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    juggernaut - you're an intj?? nooooooo!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jenocyde View Post
    juggernaut - you're an intj?? nooooooo!!!
    LOL! Depends on the day...

    The list is based on what I've observed in the two people I spend the most time with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Santtu View Post
    Often at my home, doing some technical & semi-creative work .. you'll find me online. I go to some technical expert forums, help and receive help. I also write irregularly in Wikipedia, and comment on news in the forum of my local newspaper.

    You'll find me as the most vocal member in our MSCA/System administrator class, asking questions, giving answers, helping others, asking for help, discussing with other people outside class.

    You'll find me arranging many of the social events with my friends. LAN party, walks in nature, picnic, movie nights, club nights, etc. If I'm outside my home, it's 95% chance for being something pre-arranged, except for doing some chores like shopping for food.

    I go to the computer store quite often, browse some gadgets online.. I also carry a paper notebook with me, where I sketch some plans in the subway. I might sit on a cafeteria or a bench in a mall, writing and planning for quite some time. Sometimes I write in a bar, with a beer or two, whether it's a busy bar or not. Those are valuable moments.
    So, I'm going to have to go way out of my comfort zone to meet someone like you. Duly noted. How would you feel if someone walked up to you and started asking you questions about what you were doing while you were sketching or writing?
    Also, I googled MSCA and it came up with a bunch of different things, which one were you referencing?

    Quote Originally Posted by Trinity View Post
    Where I can be found by Trin;

    At my gym, not really wanting to interact with anyone.

    Lazing about in a cafe with my laptop, willing to talk to anyone.

    At a pub with a mate or two and drinks, willing to talk or if watching my footy team play, willing to talk about footy, if that's not your thing, willing to talk at half time, then stfu.

    At a local live music venue getting into the vibe, willing to talk yell at anyone but prolly not going to hear you so sign language is best.

    Something, something, sports, something.

    Basically when I'm not home I'm anywhere that I can get into things that I'm passionate about.

    Otherwise; dragged out to clubs with friends, people watching or hanging outside, willing and eager to talk to anyone who can bring intelligent conversation.
    Since you used the word 'mates' and 'pub' can I also assume that footy means 'soccer'? How would you feel if someone came up to you and started asking about the game, who was playing, the history of the team, what was going on, why it was exciting? Would you be happy to answer or pissed off? It's awesome that you're passionate about stuff, people who aren't are really boring. Not that I ever actually tell them that.

    Quote Originally Posted by Samvega View Post
    If you want NTs in general take an lsats and hit on anybody there, chances are you found one. If you want INTXs sign up for the most lame engineering class you can at school and you will find you hit the jackpot. I would yell BINGO out loud but they will look at you funny for doing it. They would me as well but I wouldn't care, you would cause you wanna be liked I'm sure.

    If you want ENTJs, no clue really, try to look for groups with titles like "Young and Successful", "Young professionals" and so on, join one and you'll be golden. You may also get a job selling any pretentious status symbol type car and hit on your customers.

    If you want an ENTP, try getting a job for anyplace the does billing, local utilities is fine. Whenever you send off a past due bill there is a strong possibility you have an ENTP on your hands. Call, ask if he needs payment arrangements, if he tells you no, that he's got the money but forgot to pay or is waiting to the last moment, BINGO, you young lady have got yourself an ENTP!

    Also, in contrast to the ENTJ, look for the guy that's equally smart yet lives like he's under-motivated and broke. You can also try to find people that took 6 years to get their BA because they kept changing majors.
    The NTs go into law school. Didn't know that.
    Sometimes my mouth works faster than my desire to be liked. This is also often an issue when I hear people say stupid things........ok, back on topic.
    Um, wouldn't I have to be young an successful to join a "Young and Successful" club? Just a thought. lol, I may try the car thing.
    Lol, that bit about the billing might just be Ps because my brother (ESTP) and I also have similar problems. But, thank you for the pointers, I will definitely keep them in mind!

    p.s. Gengar, your avitar kind of disturbs me...
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    Quote Originally Posted by briochick View Post
    Since you used the word 'mates' and 'pub' can I also assume that footy means 'soccer'? How would you feel if someone came up to you and started asking about the game, who was playing, the history of the team, what was going on, why it was exciting? Would you be happy to answer or pissed off? It's awesome that you're passionate about stuff, people who aren't are really boring. Not that I ever actually tell them that.
    On the right track but a bit further South I'm talking about Aussie Rules but any footy would grab my attention.

    To answer; come up to me and start talking about something I'm passionate about and hell yeah I'd chat to you, the more interested you were the more I'd want to talk to you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jenocyde View Post
    The new Star Trek movie is coming out, right? Hang around the theater at midnight and look for the idiots in costume (me included...)
    ah YES... you are likely to find swaths of NTs the moment this movie comes out!!!

    you'll have to beat them off with a stick!!
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    I don't go anywhere in particular.

    When I'm done for the day, I go wherever my friends are going / I convinced them to go. I don't have any particular place I like to hang out.
    The probability that I was procrastinating when I was typing this post:

    P(have big assignment due) = 0.6
    P(posting on TypoC) = 0.2
    P(having big assignment due | posting on TypoC) = 0.7

    P(posting on TypoC | having big assignment due) = .......


    Eh, I'll finish it later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samvega View Post
    If you want an ENTP, try getting a job for anyplace the does billing, local utilities is fine. Whenever you send off a past due bill there is a strong possibility you have an ENTP on your hands. Call, ask if he needs payment arrangements, if he tells you no, that he's got the money but forgot to pay or is waiting to the last moment, BINGO, you young lady have got yourself an ENTP!
    Doh. Perfect!
    "Create like a god, command like a king, work like a slave."

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    You can find me on Mars, counting down the days until the end of humanity.

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