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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicodemus View Post
    I believe male ENTJs should be held in cages.
    And I believe the same of female ENTJs... joint operation in the works?

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    Sorry, bro. The ENTJ women seem rather smooth.

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    Exactly. That's why I want them in my cage.

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    I have yet to find a cage that can hold me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicodemus View Post
    I believe male ENTJs should be held in cages.
    It is necessary to cater to the emotional and instinctive components when people are not being rational.

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    No one keeps baby in the corner!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReflecttcelfeR View Post
    No one keeps baby in the corner!
    You know that's why they love us

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    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon View Post
    :steam: You're jumping to conclusions here. Where did you read that I had aspirations of being only logical? Are you trying to argue just to argue?
    could ask the same question of you.

    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon View Post
    :steam: Both being detached emotionally and being overly involved in emotions are a problem - this is your case, no, since you report being "Limbic" on the SLOAN test, or the equivalent of "Neurotic" in the Five Factor Model.
    lol I never said that, you're just saying that to be a pain in the ass. Again, I am not Limbic, I've told you that before. I am inquisitive do you see it in my SIG?

    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon View Post
    :steam: What are you talking about? These definitions are not personal, they come from researchers in the field? Why are you talking about selfless, don't you think that's idealistic?
    just an opinion. take it or leave it. The selfless part means that you have the ability to step outside your own interests and emote in someway if someone requests that you do it. Few people have the ability to do this because as a society we are increasingly sending approval messages to people who behave like hardasses or stubborn obstinates. I really think that collaboration is becoming a lost art form, and some of it has to do with a very "mavericky" disposition that seems to be all the rage in America these days.

    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon View Post
    :steam: What are you talking about, this is not correct!
    in your opinion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nighthawk View Post
    Personally, I like ENTJs ... except for that tendency many have to want to take charge all the time. A bit more leadership by committed would be nice. Of course, I imagine that many ENTJs see me as a bit too laissez faire.
    Even as a child when I wasn't trying to take charge annoying people followed me around asking me what to do . . .
    In high school I had no idea I was the center of a clique until I moved away and not one of the 5 girls I ate lunch with every day had spoken to one another after I moved to a different state.

    What was REALLY sad is that each one wrote me a beautiful letter telling me that I was the BEST friend they ever had and I didn't have a clue. Hmmmm.

    In college everyone was always calling me to find out what was going on and people were always fighting to be a part of my study group because not only did we get the highest scores but we studied WHILE rock climbing, mountain biking hanging out at the beach, etc.

    I guess ENTJs have a knack for finding other interesting, active, intelligent people to hang around with and sometimes forget in the excitement of the proverbial battle of wit that there can be collateral damages.
    It was probably an ENTJ that wrote "iron sharpens iron."

    I'm not usually trying to tell other people what to do but if you're going to join in on my game you'll have to pass any changes to the rules through me. Otherwise start your own damn group.

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    Give the people what they want, speak out against oppression! Yeah, seems rather charming.

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