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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragingkatsuki View Post
    And your reasoning?
    Finding /b/ material funny requires bucketloads of Ni, because no other information gathering function would allow you to think shit like that is funny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragingkatsuki View Post
    And your reasoning?
    Us INTPs are at least partially to blame for 4chan. But 4chan is all about anime and manga.... the INTJs specialty.

    Just look at your avatar, lol.

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    This is true. Anime= INTJ.



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    My INTJ friend was the one that introduced me to 4chan.

    Oh and he loves anime too

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustHer View Post
    Finding /b/ material funny requires bucketloads of Ni, because no other information gathering function would allow you to think shit like that is funny.
    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    Us INTPs are at least partially to blame for 4chan. But 4chan is all about anime and manga.... the INTJs specialty.

    Just look at your avatar, lol.
    4chan or at least /b/ seems to have no essence of Fi whatsoever. I find this contradictory to the psychometric profile of an INTJ. INTPs usually have a less sense of moral value than INTJs and are more likely to 'troll' and use the language of those in 4chan. INTJs have not much to gain from such sites except for entertainment but I am still quite disgusted by /b/s lack of morals.
    I have been on 4chan a few times and it was shown to me by an INTP friend of mine. He goes on it most of his time and posts often.
    Also, /b/ is not about anime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragingkatsuki View Post
    4chan or at least /b/ seems to have no essence of Fi whatsoever. I find this contradictory to the psychometric profile of an INTJ. INTPs usually have a less sense of moral value than INTJs and are more likely to 'troll' and use the language of those in 4chan. INTJs have not much to gain from such sites except for entertainment but I am still quite disgusted by /b/s lack of morals.
    I have been on 4chan a few times and it was shown to me by an INTP friend of mine.
    Also, /b/ is not about anime.
    The sociopathic robot INTJs have more morals than INTPs all the sudden?

    I think it's pretty simple, INTJs love anime. It's an anime site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    The sociopathic robot INTJs have more morals than INTPs all the sudden?
    Well the main moral function is Fi and unless an INTP is close to borderline F he would probably have a lack of Fi.

    I think it's pretty simple, INTJs love anime. It's an anime site.
    /b/ is not about anime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragingkatsuki View Post
    4chan or at least /b/ seems to have no essence of Fi whatsoever. I find this contradictory to the psychometric profile of an INTJ. INTPs usually have a less sense of moral value than INTJs and are more likely to 'troll' and use the language of those in 4chan. INTJs have not much to gain from such sites except for entertainment but I am still quite disgusted by /b/s lack of morals.
    I have been on 4chan a few times and it was shown to me by an INTP friend of mine. He goes on it most of his time and posts often.
    Also, /b/ is not about anime.
    I think Ni is what 4chan is all about... the posts are not funny at all because of what is actually physically IN them, they are funny because of how you interpret them. When I'm trolling 4chan with my group of INTJs, we might all start laughing at some stupid picture, and people walking by look at it and just dont understand why we find it funny. And we can't really explain why because its Ni and other people don't find it funny because they don't see what we see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragingkatsuki View Post
    Well the main moral function is Fi and unless an INTP is close to borderline F he would probably have a lack of Fi.


    /b/ is not about anime.

    Okay, tertiary Fi in an INTJ is hardly that overpowering that they would find 4chan material offensive. Maybe some of them, but hardly the majority.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragingkatsuki View Post
    4chan or at least /b/ seems to have no essence of Fi whatsoever. I find this contradictory to the psychometric profile of an INTJ. INTPs usually have a less sense of moral value than INTJs and are more likely to 'troll' and use the language of those in 4chan. INTJs have not much to gain from such sites except for entertainment but I am still quite disgusted by /b/s lack of morals.
    I have been on 4chan a few times and it was shown to me by an INTP friend of mine. He goes on it most of his time and posts often.
    Also, /b/ is not about anime.
    Interesting assertions - I'd like to hear more on this. Could you elaborate?

    I don't know enough INTPs and INTJs to know if you're right in the generalisation. From what I know of my friend I agree with the INTJ part - he has a very strong moral compass and isn't the sort to lower himself to engage in trolling. He isn't easily offended and enjoys 4chan in general but certainly disapproves of people who go too far (which /b/ is littered with).

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