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    I don't know what to do about my Frankenthread.

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    Share a common penchant for abstraction and exploring the pervasive generalities of life. Differ in general in the style and content of those generalities....generally .

    NT-SP
    Share many of the same interests and activities and a penchant for making things and excelling at whatever it is we are doing. Differ in the degree of detail, and concrete attention paid to what is being done.

    NT-SJ
    Fellow work-a-holics. Both can loose perspective on our work and have it take a life of its own. Share perfectionist tendencies, but can be counted on to regularly aim and achieve the "best" in class or company or group. When I looked at who had the highest grades in college, or the best specs. on design projects they tended to be other NTs or SJs--I was an engineering/math major. Differ, however, in how much we "carried forward." Seemed like SJs were focus more on the current project and much less on what was needed in the future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YourLocalJesus View Post
    How I do view:


    NTs vs. SJs: Can only put up with ISTJ's. They complete me, and usually have a form of logic that I respect.


    My best friend (of 15 years) is an istj. They are as "rare" as we....I wish I was one. They have more fun.
    "A species of perfection and fantasy"......

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackOp View Post
    My best friend (of 15 years) is an istj. They are as "rare" as we....I wish I was one. They have more fun.
    I've read the opposite. Supposedly we're all over the show.
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    ISTJs aren't exactly rare, and besides, good luck finding reliable statistics.

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    Moved to Private NT Forum, per OP.

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    ISTJs aren't really rare. They're just very good at hiding.
    -Carefully taking sips from the Fire Hose of Knowledge

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    This isn't really universal, but here goes.

    SJ: Stuck in their ways, though at other times will find you an "interesting specimen." Think all people should be the same, those who work differently are "weird".
    SP: I get along well with them. They don't expect much out of me and I don't expect much out of them. You can't get too deep with them which results in limited exposure, but there is still potential to connect.
    NF: Someone you can learn from, usually will at least entertain your ideas and give you some to entertain yourself. The only one I know writes, and well it is nice to listen to. But they have their dark sides, which annoy me more than any SJ can.
    NT: Tend to think you're inferior if you're not an atheist.
    What a waste of life..

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    I've loved someone dearly from every type I've met.

    I don't think type bothers me so much as worldview + type. When those things don't mix well together (speaking purely from my outside perception of said individuals) I feel the urge to get away fast.
    *You don't have a soul. You are a Soul. You have a body.
    *Faith is the art of holding on to things your reason once accepted, despite your changing moods.
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    I don't care. I have some issue with SP's that's true but I don't use type to decide what/who I like.

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    NFs: idealistic morons that have huge dreams but won't ever make them work because there's this thing called human nature that stops every single one of them.

    SPs: So can we please produce something of value and not have to live on welfare while we're starving artists?

    SJs: I particularly hate these with a passion. Them and their bureaucracy has punched me in the gut more times than I can count. I fucking hate authority and bureaucracy. Die, you damn politicians and bureaucrats!
    I am an ENTJ. I hate political correctness but love smart people ^_^

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