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    Quote Originally Posted by laughingebony View Post
    The best way to catch 100% of BS is to call BS on everything, since "everything" encompasses all instances of BS.
    Good point. You effectively hacked the question.
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    Is this purely about catching BS or about feeling the need to actually do something about it?
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    Well, I'm not the biggest bullshit detector. I'm not gullible, quite sceptical actually, but I'm not good at detecting lies from truth when told to me face-to-face. My style of bullshit detection includes research about the subject. It's much easier to lie to me if you, for instance, change the wikipedia page of the subject.
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    I reckon it'd be ESTP (aka the conman), it takes a good bullshitter to detect a bullshitter. If it's about connecting dots, then there's probably not much of a difference between EXTP types at this, though ENTP might lock on to it faster, ESTP won't miss any clues. I'd vote for the types that would have more experience in deception, any type can do it, it's just that some types might tend to steer clear from that kind of lifestyle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by King-Of-Despair View Post
    I reckon it'd be ESTP (aka the conman), it takes a good bullshitter to detect a bullshitter. If it's about connecting dots, then there's probably not much of a difference between EXTP types at this, though ENTP might lock on to it faster, ESTP won't miss any clues. I'd vote for the types that would have more experience in deception, any type can do it, it's just that some types might tend to steer clear from that kind of lifestyle.
    ENTP's are pretty adept social engineers. I can see an ESTP being good, but because they would be better at reading things immediately.
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    I never detect bullshit, I wonder why this maybe so
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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    I never detect bullshit, I wonder why this maybe so
    Because we can see meaning in everything, even in 'bullshit'. No matter how far sought it might be.
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    And I thought the pills I take are responsible for that
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    ENTPs are the biggest bullshitters of all - this is why I love them.
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