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    Quote Originally Posted by pure_mercury View Post
    What would an SJish opinion be like?
    an SJish opinion would be like quoting someone else's opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dissonance View Post
    an SJish opinion would be like quoting someone else's opinion.
    I actually do that a fair amount in person. "To quote/paraphrase Marx/William F. Buckley, Jr./Paul Westerberg. . ."
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    Quote Originally Posted by pure_mercury View Post
    I actually do that a fair amount in person. "To quote/paraphrase Marx/William F. Buckley, Jr./Paul Westerberg. . ."
    meh, you could easily be right. i've only read a few of your posts. i remember one in particular that made me think N, though. i'll let you know if i find it.

    also, i wouldn't have posted anything at all had it not been for Night. i trust his instinct.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dissonance View Post
    meh, you could easily be right. i've only read a few of your posts. i remember one in particular that made me think N, though. i'll let you know if i find it.

    also, i wouldn't have posted anything at all had it not been for Night. i trust his instinct.
    IIRC, when I took whichever test it was, I was a very expressed extrovert, low expressed sensing, moderately expressed Feeling and Judging. I think the E was like 89%, F and J in the 30s, and S was 10 or 12. So ENFJ may be close, as well. I think that the E and the J are probably the surest bets, but that may also be that those traits (E vs. I, and P vs. J) seem most readily apparent in people for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pure_mercury View Post
    IIRC, when I took whichever test it was, I was a very expressed extrovert, low expressed sensing, moderately expressed Feeling and Judging. I think the E was like 89%, F and J in the 30s, and S was 10 or 12. So ENFJ may be close, as well. I think that the E and the J are probably the surest bets, but that may also be that those traits (E vs. I, and P vs. J) seem most readily apparent in people for me.
    oh. you got your score from an online test? most of those are extremely inaccurate, especially if your scores are somewhere near the middle.

    try this one, it's probably the best one on the net (maybe 50-60% accuracy?)

    Understanding the Eight Jungian Cognitive Processes / Eight Functions Attitudes

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    ENFx.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dissonance View Post
    oh. you got your score from an online test? most of those are extremely inaccurate, especially if your scores are somewhere near the middle.

    try this one, it's probably the best one on the net (maybe 50-60% accuracy?)

    Understanding the Eight Jungian Cognitive Processes / Eight Functions Attitudes
    That test has me as ESFP, with ISFP and ESTP as the other possibilities.
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    Man. I did not know people felt so strongly about SJs.

    It bothers me a little how so few SJs replied to this thread......

    If this were about INTJ's I'm sure they'd be all in our faces (so to speak) about how they are so much smarter and can manipulate anything or anyone because they will one day rule the world. ...Oh wait excuse me.... how they ALREADY rule the world just by being alive. .....probably followed by thinking "I hope no one can tell I'm really insecure"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taberculosis View Post
    Man. I did not know people felt so strongly about SJs.

    It bothers me a little how so few SJs replied to this thread......

    If this were about INTJ's I'm sure they'd be all in our faces (so to speak) about how they are so much smarter and can manipulate anything or anyone because they will one day rule the world. ...Oh wait excuse me.... how they ALREADY rule the world just by being alive. .....probably followed by thinking "I hope no one can tell I'm really insecure"
    As an ESFJ, I WANT to like everyone. God forbid you really cross me or someone I care about, though.
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