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    Quote Originally Posted by sriv View Post
    Damn herd mentality.
    Ha Ha...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolf View Post
    Who did that, and why?
    I don't remember who, but I believe the 'why' amounted to: "There aren't any regular INFP posters there, change that pls."

    Sorry EsoteriEccentri - yes, some INFPs have stayed. When I first went there, a long time ago, I remembered that I liked it very much. There are some bright spots - very bright indeed.
    Last edited by sciski; 04-20-2008 at 01:58 AM. Reason: Removing random hyphen - alas, poor hyphen, I knew thee

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    Quote Originally Posted by sciski View Post
    If INTJ descriptions had included "saucy", "alluring" and "pantaloon-wearing", then perhaps the forum would be more interesting. Which is not to say that INTJs aren't naturally saucy, alluring or have a penchant for puffy pants.

    My inferior Te wants to point out that pantaloons, worn in the regency period weren't really puffy. Certainly they were tighter than many baggy pants worn today.

    Yes, I agree though, if there were a lot of dashing pantaloon wearing dandies over there, I would probably go there more often too. I might even post.

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    Well, I think most of the points have already been said...

    What could I add, frankly?

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    The purpose of "mono-type" fora doesn't look so uninteresting. As a matter of fact, it's a great tool to decipher the trends working underneath the MBTI theory, or to understand an alien function.

    So, I may look odd, but I enjoyed my short stay on the INTJ-f. I learned plenty of things, that's true. Observing, noticing, interacting sometimes...

    Hence, the paradox is that "mono-type" fora are only useful when they are able to welcome "foreigners". According to this theory, INTP-c is the least useful mono-type forum, since its existence causes a lot of harm and prejudice against most INTPs (and frankly, they don't deserve this).
    On the other hand, INFP-gc and ENTP.org are very pleasant and tolerant places.

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    But let's go back to INTJ-f. I'd say the main problem is not the people who dwell there, it's the administrators who emphasize on their own strict views of what an INTJ should be. They want every INTJs to be pristine, perfect examples of their own biased interpretation of INTJ-ness, and this is absurd.
    Their desire to control everything, every possible parameters turned this place into an ubuesque black-and-white nightmare where the use of emoticons becomes a capital crime.

    Most INTJs I know aren't like that, they should be allowed to roam free.
    Look at their reaction here, on MBTI-c, their revolt is normal, reassuring and justified.

    Thus, I have nicknamed INTJ-f as "The asylum of doctor Tarr and professor Fether" (Cf the short story written by Edgar Allan Poe), where the insane people are actually in charge of the institution.

    Last edited by Blackmail!; 04-21-2008 at 02:30 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Veneti View Post
    Ha Ha...
    Quote Originally Posted by Duke of York View Post
    Ha Ha...
    I could herd you like sheep just by telling you what not to do.

    A black and white skin for the INTJ forum would be pretty cool.

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    I personally liked the old blue 'n gray, it was easy on the eyes and differentiated it from the rest of the forums I frequent.

    INTJs should be allowed to roam free, like chickens before they are slaughtered...

    Wait, that came out wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    INTJs should be allowed to roam free, like chickens before they are slaughtered...

    Wait, that came out wrong.
    Pshhht! Don't tell them!!!
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    I heard that. Commiting mutiny on your own kind, Hap?

    Shall I tell Jezebel of your blasphemy, Blackmail!?

    In defense of her, this is her reason.

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    Please keep in mind that this is a privately run site. As such, we do have the right to discontinue the use of our services to any member for any behavior we see as destructive to the kind of community we want to maintain.

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    The INTJforum is boring because it has INTJs in it.

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    That just proves you have never been there or you have not actually explored it.

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