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    Quote Originally Posted by KristenSnowdeal View Post
    Sign of weakness for who?
    if i start the IM, does the INTJ view me as weak for 'giving in'?

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    I'm pretty sure it's more like, "Oh shit. Initiating conversation sequence...FILE NOT FOUND."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Splittet View Post
    There is a social psychological phenomenon known as behavioral confirmation.
    I see what you're saying, but "behavioral confirmation" is not as applicable to me as it is to general population.

    On O.C.E.A.N. test I constantly score "0" on Agreeableness, so I am not very susceptible to other people's opinions.

    But in all seriousness, I think the reason I rarely get an INTJ friend is because our interactions are a little too predictable and I don't feel like I have anything to learn from that person, especially given the fact that I have never came across an INTJ who was significantly older and wiser than me.

    There is also a theory that people of the same type compete for the same "resources" causing tensions amongst them, although in my case I can neither confirm nor deny that theory.
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    Haha, I love INTJs

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    It wasn't fun.

    It has no wit, and no subtlety. It's only a kind of boring, narcissistic rambling.
    It lacks life, depth and thickness.

    It has no accident, no fantasy, it's not even a satire. Somehow, it's very immature too, very shallow, absolutely typical.

    It can only be the by-product of a very dull personality that has nothing else to do but to endlessly admire its belly button. How absurdly tragic, how miserable their lives must be!

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    And most of all, it has the awful stench you smell when sampling the topics of the INTJ-forum. And this place looks exactly like the mental institution of Doctor Tarr and Professor Fether.

    For two reasons:

    1) The more people there try to act like they're cold and rational, the more irrational and alienated they become.

    2) The whole forum is moderated by clinically insane people. (And I'm not even kidding)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackmail! View Post
    It wasn't fun.

    It has no wit, and no subtlety. It's only a kind of boring, narcissistic rambling.
    It lacks life, depth and thickness.

    It has no accident, no fantasy, it's not even a satire. Somehow, it's very immature too, very shallow, absolutely typical.

    It can only be the by-product of a very dull personality that has nothing else to do but to endlessly admire its belly button. How absurdly tragic, how miserable their lives must be!

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    And most of all, it has the awful stench you smell when sampling the topics of the INTJ-forum. And this place looks exactly like the mental institution of Doctor Tarr and Professor Fether.

    For two reasons:

    1) The more people there try to act like they're cold and rational, the more irrational and alienated they become.

    2) The whole forum is moderated by clinically insane people. (And I'm not even kidding)
    How sweet you are. If you aren't interested, you have no need to read it, let alone comment. Come up with something more substantive.
    I found the list which they compiled to be humorous, personally. Humor is very subjective, therefore, tearing another's humor apart is a futile effort at being self-righteous about something that in the end, bears no weight on the fate of mankind. Congratulations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KristenSnowdeal View Post
    How sweet you are. If you aren't interested, you have no need to read it, let alone comment. Come up with something more substantive.
    I found the list which they compiled to be humorous, personally. Humor is very subjective, therefore, tearing another's humor apart is a futile effort at being self-righteous about something that in the end, bears no weight on the fate of mankind. Congratulations.
    Don't worry, this is his form response to anything concerning INTJforum. It means he's not at the computer at the moment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    Don't worry, this is his form response to anything concerning INTJforum. It means he's not at the computer at the moment.
    I'd say our dear Hap' knows me pretty well. She's absolutely right.

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    Humour is subjective, of course. For instance, you see, I have to confess that I can laugh when I spot really dumb people. I know that's not fair, that's not sweet, but I can't resist: that's the truth.

    But the truth also is that when I spot psychotic people... well, I do not laugh anymore. It makes me feel... well... uncomfortable. And the moderators of the INTJ-forum are deeply psychotic. The environment, the colours of their forum, the way they only allow their own biased interpretation of INTJness... the way they expell every sane (or true) INTJ that dares to challenge their extreme views... well...
    Jezebel is one of the most irrational person I know online. She just doesn't understand basic logic, probabilities or mathematics, and I'm wondering if she has the slightest social life. She gives me the creeps, that's also the truth.

    I do not think this forum can be a kind of therapy for so-called INTJs. On the contrary, it alienates them, it's not a solution nor a remedy.

    The INTJs of Typology-central are very, very different, and do possess a really sophisticated sense of humour. They are amongst the person I appreciate the most, here. Check for instance Edgar, Bananatrombones or Night. I can only marvel and admire the sharp contrast between them and the other so-called INTJs of the INTJ-forum.
    And even when you spot an INTJ who is not famed for his humour (Antisocial One, for instance), he's modest, concise and polite: that's rather the contrary of the common attitude you see in the INTJ-forum. Can you imagine the day when Antisocial One will brag about his obvious superiority to any other type, or about his 240&+ IQ? -Well, I do not.-

    So this gap is not natural. My theory is that:

    1) most INTJ-f members are very young, and hence, easy to be manipulated. They seek who they are, their identities, and this quest can lead them to accept a false one if it flatters their own pride.

    2) most INTJ-f members are socially fragile, and rather awkward IRL.

    3) most INTJ-f members aren't true INTJ. Or rather, I'd say they are deeply mistaken and hence, often express a very unhealthy stereotype of INTJness, because they want to persuade themselves they are true INTJs. Hence, they are only acting.

    4) As I said the moderators are control-freaks, clinically insane. And the way they administrate their forum is a blatant symptom.

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    So, my dear Kristen, what is your theory?
    I know we're both subjective, but to get closer to objectivity, we often have to gather as much opinions as possible. You know, intersubjectivity can lead to objectivity.
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    I suppose now would be a bad time to say that this thread is not about INTJf, and that just because the thread includes something from INTJf doesn't mean it has to turn into this? That perhaps this list is one of the gems that happened to slip through the cracks of the moderators?

    Just guessing.
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    INTJ forum? What is this INTJ forum? I'll have to investigate - I've probably been a member at some point but have forgotton about it.

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