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    Senior Member Motor Jax's Avatar
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    i don't think the INTJ forum is that bad myself

    one of my friends that i work with is an INTJ, and i find that the way he forms his ideas are the same ways that they have theirs

    and me and him get along pretty well

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackmail! View Post
    Dear "The Last Mohican",

    In case you wondered, I'm your dreadest nightmare, under a different name. I am the one you refer as a jerk.
    So you are who I thought you were. The ENTP part had me doubting for a while. Have you pretty much abandoned infpglobal?
    Also, notice that I did not refer to you as a jerk. I said you acted like one. I do not know you well at all on a personal level.

    1) There was absolutely no connection between my ban and our exchange. As a matter of fact, the moderators agreed with me on this point, so they didn't touch it.
    I know that, and I didn't say that there was any connection. Apologies if it sounded that way (I guess it did).

    2) It seems you have been deeply affected by our exchange. Weeks after that, you still complain about it everywhere, in many posts. You even created a thread on the INTJ-f just to explain how awful I was, but most of the the INTJs there (the real ones) realized how childish and ridiculous this was.
    Out of more than 1,500 posts, I have mentioned you in fewer than 10 (probably about 5 or 6). And that was when you came up, like when your theories were posted. As I said before, I had mostly forgotten about you until your articles appeared, and then I my confusion about your ideas was renewed. Now that I read your thoughts about INTJ's, I am still trying to figure out what you are talking about and wondering how many people might have your impressions.

    Your claim about my thread is obviously false. Here is the thread I started:
    CardinalXiminez, ENFP - INTJ Forum

    Anyone can see that it was concerning the reasons for your banishment. I thought it important to clarify, since your claims were potentially damaging to the reputation of the INTJ Forum. Notice that it had only one response (from the Administrator), and there were no INTJ's talking about how "childish and ridiculous" it was.

    3) If you dare, show us a link so everybody could see our discussion and why you seem so angry against me. But don't be surprized if everybody laugh at you after having read it.
    If I dare? It's not as if I have tried to hide it. Here is the link:
    I.N.T.J & Emotional Intelligence Quota. - INTJ Forum

    I still don't know why you thought I was lying about my experiment with the test. Would you mind explaining that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duke of York View Post
    If I dare? It's not as if I have tried to hide it. Here is the link:
    I.N.T.J & Emotional Intelligence Quota. - INTJ Forum

    I still don't know why you thought I was lying about my experiment with the test. Would you mind explaining that?
    After rereading that, it sounds like both of you were acting like children.

    I know I would be pouring gasoline onto the flames by saying that I blame the Y chromosome, so I won't.

    ...

    Oops.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    After rereading that, it sounds like both of you were acting like children.

    I know I would be pouring gasoline onto the flames by saying that I blame the Y chromosome, so I won't.

    ...

    Oops.
    I have plenty of respect for your opinions, due to your consistently sensible nature. So please grant us some honest brutality here.
    What was childish?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duke of York View Post
    I have plenty of respect for your opinions, due to your consistently sensible nature. So please grant us some honest brutality here.
    What was childish?
    It sounds to me like Ximinez (Blackmail!) said some things that, if not taken in good humor, could lead to some very inflammatory arguments. Your responses could easily be construed as defensive. The point is, both of you made a lot of assumptions on things that you both knew little or nothing about.

    It looks to me like miscommunication at its finest, and neither of you would stop to untangle the threads.

    I think a part of Ximinez's attitude didn't suit the INTJ forum. He didn't sound mature, but neither did you. You became awfully defensive when your logic was questioned, as I've noticed that you usually do.

    From personal experience, I've managed to get mature, sensible answers out of both of you. Both of you just need to learn how to do that consistently...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    It sounds to me like Ximinez (Blackmail!) said some things that, if not taken in good humor, could lead to some very inflammatory arguments. Your responses could easily be construed as defensive. The point is, both of you made a lot of assumptions on things that you both knew little or nothing about.
    Well, my responses were defensive. I was mainly offended that he accused me of lying. After that I didn't take anything in good humor, since I took his initial post as an antagonistic one.

    It looks to me like miscommunication at its finest, and neither of you would stop to untangle the threads.
    Probably true. Blackmail, were you actually joking all along?

    I think a part of Ximinez's attitude didn't suit the INTJ forum. He didn't sound mature, but neither did you. You became awfully defensive when your logic was questioned, as I've noticed that you usually do.
    Yes, I do get quite defensive when somebody questions my logic. In that case I do not see defensiveness as a bad thing, but maybe it is seen as always bad by some others. I closely defend the soundness of my logic, since that is what I base my thinking on, and if it is invalid, then most of my views are null and void.

    I think I was being rather immature by responding in the first place. I considered Ximinez's post silly, so the only reason to counter it was pride.

    Thus I am chastened. Thanks for the input.

    From personal experience, I've managed to get mature, sensible answers out of both of you. Both of you just need to learn how to do that consistently...
    A question: Have I behaved inappropriately since then? That interaction was my first posting online, so I was very new to any kind of social customs on forums or blogs. But now, with a month and a half of experience, I might be improving.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    After rereading that, it sounds like both of you were acting like children.

    I know I would be pouring gasoline onto the flames by saying that I blame the Y chromosome, so I won't.

    ...

    Oops.
    Haha...
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    'Cause you can't handle me...

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    Hey chick. Why do you post if you are just going to laugh?

    1) You boost male ego. It's high enough already, more is unnecessary.
    2) I for one do not care about your emotional state of mind.
    3) You are not contributing to the discussion or revealing new information.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sriv View Post
    Hey chick. Why do you post if you are just going to laugh?

    1) You boost male ego. It's high enough already, more is unnecessary.
    2) I for one do not care about your emotional state of mind.
    3) You are not contributing to the discussion or revealing new information.
    Ha Ha...

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    Damn herd mentality.

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