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    Quote Originally Posted by Nihilogen View Post
    .....You do know the banks and world governments were organized and are still controlled by xNTJs, right?
    It's our little way of making Ns feel represented, so they don't complain too much about the SJ world order.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nihilogen View Post
    .....You do know the banks and world governments were organized and are still controlled by xNTJs, right?
    And look what a fine job they've done with it.
    You can't spell "justice" without ISTJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cimarron View Post
    And look what a fine job they've done with it.
    Exactly.


    All at the expense of the common citizen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    It's our little way of making Ns feel represented, so they don't complain too much about the SJ world order.
    Yeah right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nights and Days View Post
    Yeah right.
    Good point. I mean, they sure as hell complain a lot on the forum.

    Maybe we need to change tactics...
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    I don't think I've known many intuitives..just a few INJ's here and there. I seem to attract SF's mainly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stansmith View Post
    I don't think I've known many intuitives..just a few INJ's here and there. I seem to attract SF's mainly.
    Really? As I said, it's by far the bulk of the people I know. Other than an ESFP, and an ESTP, I don't think I know any SPs... Definitely don't know any ISxPs, or at least not well enough to type them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Showbread View Post
    Really? As I said, it's by far the bulk of the people I know. Other than an ESFP, and an ESTP, I don't think I know any SPs... Definitely don't know any ISxPs, or at least not well enough to type them.
    A few of the friendships/acquaintanceships (mainly the latter) I've had over the years (since freshman year of highschool), off the top of my head..

    ISFJ
    ESFP
    ESFP
    INFJ
    ISTP
    ISTJ
    INFJ
    ISFP
    ISFP
    INTP
    ISTP
    ISFJ
    ISFJ
    ISFJ
    ESFP
    ESFP
    ESFJ

    They seem to be the people that just..stick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stansmith View Post
    A few of the friendships/acquaintanceships (mainly the latter) I've had over the years (since highschool), off the top of my head..

    They seem to be the people that just..stick.
    Makes sense. INxP types can be a bit flakey, the ones I know kind of drift from friend group to friend group. I think SJs are pretty loyal though, I know I am. I take friendships pretty seriously, it's hard for me to let them go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Showbread View Post
    My roommates/friends and I went a little MBTI crazy lately. And I have come to the discover that all, pretty much literally ALL of my closest friends over the course of my life have been INs, a significant number of them also being Ps. Technically I am an ExFJ, but most people that know me find that I lean more on the S side. But, moving on... I find it fascinating that I am so drawn to INs! Can any others relate?
    All of my good friends are introverted. But mixed across the S/N board.

    I'm not sure why. I think because when I meet extroverts, they tend to already have their lives and friends established. There's room to slide in and join, but not enough time to build anything separate in terms of friendship. Friendships occur more as a result of constant exposure while walking along the same path of interests.

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