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    You know, I cant really see what all your praise is based on. I mean lets face it, one day you will be brainwashed by your local entp cult leader and turned into a pawn for some lower not useful purpose.

    "I love you ENTPs" really, gets NOONES attention. "I have the plans for a mindwashing machine on a global scale" That's business we can talk about
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    I love MOST of them, anyway.

    There are a few that creep me out by being so Te or Fi that they don't seem to have any Ni, but the rest are great.

    Sometimes they irk me right after I've had a bad experience with a Te using Christian or Republican, because Te tends to be so uniform that it doesn't give you any individual "vibes" that can allow you to react differently to another person using it. So sometimes an INTJ says a TJ-ish thing that reminds me of some narrow-minded, clumsy thing an ESTJ said earlier, and they get some of the venom meant for the ESTJ that I didn't have the guts to express to them.

    I suppose ever since I saw a statistic showing that most TJs tend to be right wing, they sort of creep me out because I'm afraid their Te/Fi will make them into creepy conservative jerks if they're exposed to the wrong arguments, and their clumsy logic won't analyze it closely enough to care about the issues with it. I'm basically worried that they're more vulnerable to embracing shallow logic.

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    INTJ's in general are pretty awesome.

    There's a few I dislike though. Basicly, as long as they don't get conceited in a discussion with me, they're fine. But especially younger, immature INTJ's, can be totally annoying in arguements. Brr. They rub my fur the wrong way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gewitter27 View Post
    By the way, this is what I think of you ENTPs from an objective standpoint.

    Don't be fooled by his honeyed motivational posters! INTJs are what you really want.
    "There's no need to be embarrassed about it, Mr. Spock. It happens to the birds and the bees!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elaur View Post
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    Another one?? The ENFPs must have snuck out of the box and filled it up with marbles while my back was turned! :eek:


    Enjoy the marbles, Peru!

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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    You know, I cant really see what all your praise is based on. I mean lets face it, one day you will be brainwashed by your local entp cult leader and turned into a pawn for some lower not useful purpose.

    "I love you ENTPs" really, gets NOONES attention. "I have the plans for a mindwashing machine on a global scale" That's business we can talk about
    My response is that I'm just saying, I think I've prowled enough to find a target for talking about things. So I'm not trying to attract my attention, I'm trying to say that which is an absolute fact in my mind.

    Talking About Things means that the INTP has found somebody to talk to, which means that they are also covertly stalking that person at the same time XP.
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    INTJ's. Haven't met a live specimen "out there" yet. But the one's I've been interacting here with give me weird vibes. Can't call it love exactly but they sure do grow on you in time. So, yes, I might "love" INTJ's

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    Ok, I will gladly join you in your found confidence. But rest assured, I have a gun
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    Quote Originally Posted by Athenian200 View Post
    I suppose ever since I saw a statistic showing that most TJs tend to be right wing, they sort of creep me out <snip>
    OMG NOT RITE WING!!!!!!!111111111

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