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    Advanced trolling detected. Now the world has an example of how NT's argue with one another beyond the context of the introductory post.

    Thank you for dancing on the puppeteer's illusory strings, puppet NT's. The non-NT's are now frightened of you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicodemus View Post
    He breathed.
    Word....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicodemus View Post
    If society were a little more respectful of people like the Unabomber, they would not have ended up so bad either.
    What the hell exactly did society do to make him end up that way?

    Millions of other people are subjected to the same society and they don't turn into sociopaths. Seems like he's the problem in this equation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blank
    Thank you for dancing on the puppeteer's illusory strings, puppet NT's. The non-NT's are now frightened of you.
    meta-trolling. op, i'm impressed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by allegorystory View Post
    What the hell exactly did society do to make him end up that way?
    It made his actions illegal. Had they been legal, he would not have ended up in prison.

    Quote Originally Posted by allegorystory View Post
    Millions of other people are subjected to the same society and they don't turn into sociopaths. Seems like he's the problem in this equation.
    Being a sociopath is not per se a bad thing. I also suspect that he did not choose to become one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicodemus View Post
    It made his actions illegal. Had they been legal, he would not have ended up in prison.
    So we should respect his life, even though he didn't seem to respect the lives of the people he killed enough not to kill them?

    Quote Originally Posted by Nicodemus View Post
    Being a sociopath is not per se a bad thing. I also suspect that he did not choose to become one.
    But he didn't choose not to become one. He didn't witness the wilderness being torn down around him and say to himself "well, instead of creating this bombing campaign, I'll just petition the government." Yeah, it might not have gotten anywhere with changing things, but neither did his bombings. He just ended up killing a bunch of people and getting thrown in jail. His whole ideology that he started the campaign for ended up seeming, to the general populace, like the ravings of a disillusioned weird-o. Despite the fact that he had issues with some really real problems, a sociopath's opinion is not really one people are going to be clamouring to support.

    I'm not saying that being a sociopath is generally a bad thing, but it's certainly not the most effective way of getting your point across (or recruiting support).

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    Default How to Argue like an INTJ

    A is not B because it can also be C and D.

    *smattering of references*

    You are complaining about my introverted subjective viewpoint because of your introverted subjective viewpoint.

    *insert snide comment*

    *facepalm picture*

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    No, how to argue like an INTJ.

    INTJ: A, is B, and if not, at best, C or D.

    Bystander: No what about this!

    INTJ: That is B.

    Bystander: And this?

    INTJ: that is D...btw you forgot about C.

    Bytander: You aren't listening!

    INTJ: ....Okay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatGirl View Post
    No, how to argue like an INTJ.

    INTJ: A, is B, and if not, at best, C or D.

    Bystander: No what about this!

    INTJ: That is B.

    Bystander: And this?

    INTJ: that is D...btw you forgot about C.

    Bytander: You aren't listening!

    INTJ: ....Okay.
    Totally irrelevant because you mispelled bystander and forgot about E.

    And an INTJ wouldn't just bowl over and play dead with an 'Okay'.

    http://intjforum.com/showthread.php?t=39212

    Really, have you learned NOTHING?


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    ...Okay.

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