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    Quote Originally Posted by forzen View Post
    World domination can't be done alone.
    HAH! Weakling!

    (+1 to the OP)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Metamorphosis View Post
    You could make the same argument for anyone, though. If you feel compelled to socialize, you are socializing to feed your compulsion. If socializing makes you happy, you're doing it to improve your own happiness etc.

    I think I'm a relatively social INTJ, though.
    It is more accepted that socialising makes someone happy therefore it is done for happiness. For it to be done so that we use other people is not necessarily seen as 'good'.

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    Socialite INTJ? That makes as much sense as a Humanist ENTJ and a Nurturing INTP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cypocalypse View Post
    Socialite INTJ? That makes as much sense as a Humanist ENTJ and a Nurturing INTP.
    I'll nurture you so much that you'll nurtured out of existence!
    "All humour has a foundation of truth."
    - Costrin

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    Quote Originally Posted by forzen View Post
    World domination can't be done alone.

    Keep that in mind.
    It's true. A.I. isn't advanced enough to make an army of robots to conquour the world, and if it was I'd turn the damn thing off before it betrayed me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cypocalypse View Post
    Socialite INTJ? That makes as much sense as a Humanist ENTJ and a Nurturing INTP.
    Don't be small-minded.
    [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]

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    I can testify to the existence of the social INTJ. My favorite ex-boyfriend had strikingly clear preferences for INTJ, but somewhere along the way he decided that he needed to be adept at social networking in order to succeed. So, using only his great big brain and above par observational skills, my INTJ strategized his way to social grace. He became a remarkable conversationalist, and really started to enjoy socializing because he had gotten so good.

    Eventually he even became a top-ranking salesman at his company. He hated sales (passionately), but had read somewhere that INTJs are terrible salesmen, and he decided it would be a good stretch for his personality.


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    Quote Originally Posted by boondocked View Post
    I can testify to the existence of the social INTJ. My favorite ex-boyfriend had strikingly clear preferences for INTJ, but somewhere along the way he decided that he needed to be adept at social networking in order to succeed. So, using only his great big brain and above par observational skills, my INTJ strategized his way to social grace. He became a remarkable conversationalist, and really started to enjoy socializing because he had gotten so good.

    Eventually he even became a top-ranking salesman at his company. He hated sales (passionately), but had read somewhere that INTJs are terrible salesmen, and he decided it would be a good stretch for his personality.

    yup

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    Quote Originally Posted by Contemptus View Post
    So who has done it?

    I used to despise people in general until I realized the benefit of having friends (short-term fun, bouncing off schemes to get another perspective - thereby feeding our secondary function extraverted thinking...).... However I get a little sick of people after a little while. They are an odd bunch, people. Weirdly enough we are somehow odd?... Funny, I just reasoned that most were mentally deficient.

    It's such an islolating perspective to trap people out... take time away from them.

    Do you really beleive that most people are mentally deficient...? Surely they just have other areas of strength, like relationships, of physically, artisitcally etc... I appreciate that you probably evalute people based on smarts, but there other ways to look a them

    I think it's a good thing for any type to broaden their range of friends/scail engagment... NTs especally

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