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    Filthy Apes! Kalach's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by thisGuy View Post
    in the grand scheme of things it doesnt matter what your built to do, only how well you can do that and everything else
    That scheme doesn't sound very grand.

    A grand scheme would include menials.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athenian200 View Post
    Exactly my point. I didn't mean that it would be fine with the INTJ if he was just doing it to make them cry. Just that, in that scenario, he'd probably only care about data collection (which he would be able to do in that way) and not the INTJ.

    I phrased it that way, because I tend to suspect xNTPs of being the sort of people who would do an experiment like that.
    Oh I knew you meant that. I was just adding my feelings on it. Wait. I would be gone. To find a large, blunt object. Then we'll see who cries more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kalach View Post
    That scheme doesn't sound very grand.

    A grand scheme would include menials.
    but then thats life, isnt it...

    menials tho? sounds a bit harsh. i meant that life can serve anyone anything anytime regardless of how good you might be at dealing with (or making use of) it

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    Quote Originally Posted by jenocyde View Post
    really????

    I've seen my INTJ cousin get worked up on:

    Sophie's Choice
    Dancer in the Dark (that always gets me, too)
    Turtles Can Fly
    Life is Beautiful
    My Girl
    Powder

    yeah...well not cry per se, but something to advance the relationship forward

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    I cried during ALIEN when that bitch Ripley threw him out of the airlock.

    Even after he was all by himself in outer space, he still struggled to survive.
    What a brave little soul.

    (wipes a tear)
    Listen to me, baby, you got to understand, you're old enough to learn the makings of a man.

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    Far and Away
    V for Vendetta
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    Just noticed that all three of these have strong women characters
    Embrace the possibilities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmileyMan View Post
    The Fountain

    Not because of sadness, but because it's a visually beautiful movie and the ending was a very powerful mix of a brilliant soundtrack and stunning visuals.

    And I could never dream of shedding a tear in front of anyone because of a movie. The only reason I shed one during The Fountain was because I was all alone and 100% into the movie.
    I'm quite taken aback here, because I had a completely opposite reaction.

    When I saw that movie, I was infuriated by the fact that the director was too busy jerking off his overinflated sense of artistic genius, instead of trying to tell a coherent story.
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    Umm.

    Big Fish.

    Then again I was about 12 when I saw it, so eh.

    INTJs aren't really drawn to sadness. I recommend something funny if you want a date movie, like Dr. Strangelove or something.
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    I tear up at pretty much everything and the most ridiculous of scenes in movies...
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    Quote Originally Posted by nightning View Post
    I tear up at pretty much everything and the most ridiculous of scenes in movies...
    That's because you're not an INTJ. This pretty much proves it. Seriously, no one buys you playing INTJ. I know the xNFPs embarrass us with their "logic" sometimes, but don't you think this solution is a little extreme? They're a little annoying, but they're not THAT bad.

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