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  1. #381
    Senior Member Limey's Avatar
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    Yes, look at those ISTJs on their borg cube voyage across the net, assimilating all kinds of detritus and losers looking for confirmation bias and frippery in the pseudo science of the Myers-Briggs "Types" Index.
    See them, scrabbling over each other to be the biggest archetypal douchebag, with nothing more for intuition than a fucking rule book and extensive FAQ, like some sort of quim deprived actuaries of the logical conclusion, for which, attempts to skew the derivation thereof, must be PUNISHED! ...SCHWEINHUUUND! ...EX-TER-MINATE! ...EX-TER-MINATE!

    pish.


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    It's always something... PuddleRiver's Avatar
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    Sooo, I'm assuming that you're against?...I'm usually good with sarcasm, it being my favorite humor outlet, but...dang...I'm not sure.
    "In the depth of winter, I finally learned that within me there lay one invincible summer."
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    Senior Member Limey's Avatar
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    Let's put it this way: If someone offered the choice of spending an hour with a group of internet based ISTJs on an INTJ named forum, or inserting a digit, fully into my anus and then sniffing it, I would have to deliberate.


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    How could INTJf be so boring? Aren't INTJs the fun type?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riva View Post
    How could INTJf be so boring? Aren't INTJs the fun type?
    They aren't INTJs, they're mostly ISTJs.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Limey View Post
    Let's put it this way: If someone offered the choice of spending an hour with a group of internet based ISTJs on an INTJ named forum, or inserting a digit, fully into my anus and then sniffing it, I would have to deliberate.
    That's kinda what I thought, I just wanted to tease a little 'cause you felt pretty strongly about it.
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    It's boring cause I left there years ago.

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    They blocked me for taking multiple accounts and now I am automatically detected if I try to register again. Wtf, do they really spend time with that stuff? I mean tracking down your server so you don't break petty rules? Boring guys. Interesting experiment though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunako View Post
    They blocked me for taking multiple accounts and now I am automatically detected if I try to register again. Wtf, do they really spend time with that stuff? I mean tracking down your server so you don't break petty rules? Boring guys. Interesting experiment though.
    You can circumvent it by using either a cell phone browser only (never use that account on your home PC, or if your cell phone is connected to home wifi)
    or you can try a neighbor's wireless, only accessing the site with its own browser, though the IP will likely be of the same ISP and town, which could be a clue if you aren't in a metropolis.
    ...or you can use a proxy/anonymizer, again with a different browser (or with fresh cookies) though that too can be a giveaway if it is too evasive.


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    They stop you authomatically if you use a proxy. And they recognize you if you use any browser you already have used for the old account. Yes they are organized.

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