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    Boring old fossil Night's Avatar
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    ENTJs are some of my favorite people.

    You're no exception, Maverick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maverick View Post
    You like to contradict ENTJ's though
    My good friends INTJs seem to be most friendly and contradicting people. They have often opposed the theories I have advocated, like technical analysis in financial planning, only to accept my theories after I've forgotten about them.

    My psychologist friend wondered about the last one when I told about it. Said he didn't notice

    I guess there are a lot of times when I'm opposing people's theories as well. I don't have my sig for nothing

    Perhaps being disagreeable is just another processing method, not a sign of disrespect.
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    I've grown quite fond of half a dozen or so members. I don't think there's two of the same type.

    I really don't think it's important.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Santtu View Post
    My good friends INTJs seem to be most friendly and contradicting people. They have often opposed the theories I have advocated, like technical analysis in financial planning, only to accept my theories after I've forgotten about them.

    My psychologist friend wondered about the last one when I told about it. Said he didn't notice

    I guess there are a lot of times when I'm opposing people's theories as well. I don't have my sig for nothing

    Perhaps being disagreeable is just another processing method, not a sign of disrespect.
    Disagreeableness and skepticism play an important role in the balance of society because we need skeptics to smack the optimists in the backs of their heads and tell them that their ideas won't work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Santtu View Post
    My good friends INTJs seem to be most friendly and contradicting people. They have often opposed the theories I have advocated, like technical analysis in financial planning, only to accept my theories after I've forgotten about them.

    My psychologist friend wondered about the last one when I told about it. Said he didn't notice

    I guess there are a lot of times when I'm opposing people's theories as well. I don't have my sig for nothing

    Perhaps being disagreeable is just another processing method, not a sign of disrespect.
    That's fine, I much prefer disagreeable over agreeable people, especially if their arguments are sound. I do not like wishy-washy stuff

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    I'm disturbed when people agree with me too much -- it always makes me think they're trying to sell me something.
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    Quote Originally Posted by YourLocalJesus View Post
    This is a part of MBTI that i've found quite frustrating. At least since I pretty much got confirmed as an ENTJ. When my tag said ESTP people actually were a lot nicer, but now people seldom respond to anything I write. Not to whine too much, but i've found myself asking if it's really worth sticking around anymore.

    There are a few personality types that seem to recieve a lot of scorn over here, like the ESTJ, ENTJ, ESFJ and a few others. I'm not talking about the general "hate an ENFP?" threads, i'm talking about asymmetrical dislike against certain types among the users.

    Do you deliberately avoid talking to certain types? Why?



    Sometimes I wish I was an INFJ or INTP or at least something that people generally like.
    No way man, but I share the sentiment with you.

    It might just be me and a crazy, self-fulfilling observation, but I seem to have seen in the past that people who "change" types have not only been treated differently, but acted differently as well.

    It might be a bias from me as an observer -- but in any case, I have to give you props, Jesus, as being one of the few who (from what I've seen) hasn't changed all that much since changing types.

    I've been reevaluating my own type, and have just dropped the whole thing so as to avoid something like that.

    PS: Don't leave.
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    Do you deliberately avoid talking to certain types? Why?

    Lol,

    Hellz-to-the-no I don't!!!

    I avoid those members who happen to have their heads firmly lodged up their asses, because such members, I've noticed, tend to consistently produce nothing more than a delusional and hatefully-imbued pile of excrement or, "thought-poo", if you will.

    I'm an equal-opportunity misanthrope and hence find *most* people, of any and all types, to be appropriately avoidable.

    But YLJ, for what it's worth, I think you kick ass!!!

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    Sweet jesus. Myself *erhm*.
    Thanks for all the posts, i'm just checking in right now, i'll answer all of it when I have a few hours to spare, kind of in a hurry right now Thanks again!

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    This has nothing at all to do with Jesus personally, it is not about him. Just a comment in general about judging people on type alone: I have to admit when there are people posting as T, but their posting style just screams of F and then at some point they make condescending comments about F's, I lose all patience with them.

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