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    Not to mention, a lot of the things the OP mentions are subjective. He has *good taste* in music - classical music. *Good taste* is totally subjective. I hate most classical music - I like other types of music much more. Who decides if my music is superior or your music is superior?

    *Good taste* in music = superior human being -------------> ridiculous
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    Quote Originally Posted by INTPness View Post
    Not to mention, a lot of the things the OP mentions are subjective. He has *good taste* in music - classical music. *Good taste* is totally subjective. I hate most classical music - I like other types of music much more. Who decides if my music is superior or your music is superior? *Good taste* in music = superior -------------> ridiculous
    We could quantify the musical works by complexity, duration of the subjective label of "tastefulness", or even by democratic methods. There are a number of ways we could attempt to objectively determine which music is the best, but I'm not feeling up to it.

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    Let's clear this up. You can be smart/intelligent but not necessarily intellectual and vice versa. Intelligence measures how fast one can grasp material and retain it. Intellect is about how curious one is. One can be dumb as rocks but still be incredibly intellectual. One can be insanely smart but not intellectual at all. Many times, they go hand in hand. I took what Shimmy was saying as people who are intellectual engage their mind so they are doing something with whatever intelligence they have. On the other hand, having intelligence doesn't mean one necessarily will use it.

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    It passed beyond stroking a couple of pages ago. It has now transformed into full blown intercourse...
    Got a good catch he did. Beginner's luck I say.

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    Why do people think this person is a troll? This kind of stuff is very common for MBTI newbies, especially those of the INTP sort.

    The fact of the matter is, typically when INTPs fall into patterns of thinking that we are more awesome than everyone else, it is because we usually ARE more awesome at stuff that we deem awesome.

    But we are also not disembodied entities of cool, we have our weaknesses, often TONS of weaknesses, but why would we give those things any importance if we're not interested in them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LunaLuminosity View Post
    Why do people think this person is a troll?
    Because the alternative is too embarrassing to contemplate?
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    Quote Originally Posted by LunaLuminosity View Post
    Why do people think this person is a troll? This kind of stuff is very common for MBTI newbies, especially those of the INTP sort.

    The fact of the matter is, typically when INTPs fall into patterns of thinking that we are more awesome than everyone else, it is because we usually ARE more awesome at stuff that we deem awesome.

    But we are also not disembodied entities of cool, we have our weaknesses, often TONS of weaknesses, but why would we give those things any importance if we're not interested in them?
    Inferior Fe. No-one wants to talk about it until they are able to deal with that otherwise it's big and scary and it's looking in the mirror.


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    He's not a troll

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    @OP Yes.
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    This will not end well...
    But it will at least be poetic, I suppose...

    Hmm... But what if it does end well?
    Then I suppose it will be a different sort of poetry, a preferable sort...
    A sort I could become accustomed to...



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