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    Definitely Not Boring.

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    Not enough creativity and imagination, too much like a hospital, thesis, research paper, scientific. Which is fine however takes itself too seriously. It ain't boring its just structured and dry.

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    nice jumper.

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    Registration doesn't even work. It tells me I haven't accepted the rules and regulations, even though I did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MacGuffin View Post
    INTJf must not be boring at all!
    Hey, it's a good place for you to exercise those wedding and bar mitzvah skills!

    Quote Originally Posted by Synapse View Post
    Not enough creativity and imagination, too much like a hospital, thesis, research paper, scientific. Which is fine however takes itself too seriously. It ain't boring its just structured and dry.
    It's true there aren't too many flights of fancy posts and threads. But there are some creative threads in that one can be creative through debate and perspective of fact or theory.

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    In case any of their administrators reads this thread, the registration is broken. I put in my birth date, accept the rules, and fill out my username and e-mail but it gives me this message:

    You have chosen not to accept the forum rules, so registration cannot continue.

    Click here to return to the main forums page, or click the 'Back' button on your browser if you now want to agree with the forum rules.

    Even though I did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perch420 View Post
    In case any of their administrators reads this thread, the registration is broken. I put in my birth date, accept the rules, and fill out my username and e-mail but it gives me this message:

    You have chosen not to accept the forum rules, so registration cannot continue.

    Click here to return to the main forums page, or click the 'Back' button on your browser if you now want to agree with the forum rules.

    Even though I did.
    Do you happen to be under 18? If you're under 18, you cannot be a member even if you accept the rules, because registering as under 18, you just violated one of the forum rules.
    An argument is two people sharing their ignorance.

    A discussion is two people sharing their understanding, even when they disagree.

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    No. I entered my birthday as being in 1970 so that's not the reason.

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    My experiences there have been less than bountiful. The Gestapo administration (which ironically are not all INTJs) does an excellent job of suppression throwing their forum rule book at you whenever something is deemed untidy, improper (at their discretion), or off-topic. The organization-keeping is almost illogical in itself, because it deters people from posting anything but robotic, mundane replies that stretch to the far reaches of the galaxy which usually spill into my precious hours of sleep which I desperately need to catch up on. My dog has died of age by the time I finish reading something about an INTJ's experience tying his shoelaces.

    Not to mention there are more pseudo intellects on that website than you'd like to think. I am not convinced that half of the website are even INTJs.

    However, I'd like to note that there are considerably better logical responses on that website than here, if you're willing to buy another dog.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seanan View Post
    I checked it out a few weeks ago and my word is "sterile."
    Around the same thought I had.

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