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    ^ The INTJ forum seems to have a decent amount of ISTJs, despite any INTJ label under their avatar...
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    Yeah, I was thinking that. When an INTJ says his role model is Vin Diesel in Fast and the Furious, my first thought is that he's some kind of confused sensor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post
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    Umm.. some of the N elitism doesn't really bother me. Except the INTJ forum. Which doesn't piss me off either so much as amuse me. I've only glanced at it, but it seems like I've noticed it more there than elsewhere. Particularly some sort of brand of "physical" + "mental" perfection, where they imagine themselves to be super geniuses with the asskicking ability of Chuck Norris. I'm exaggerating, but I mean, the elitism is funny when people appropriate all kinds of badass shit to their type.
    I don't know what the hell that is, but it does seem to be an INTJ forum thing. I don't like that place.

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    and this thread reminded me a bit... what kind of annoys me is that there ARE plenty of people online who bitch about stupid, inflexible sensors "who don't understand my unique and special self " without even BOTHERING to understand sensors in the least... Some of us are on here because we don't fully fit in in the real world either- you're not special just because you "aren't understood and don't fit in"- you're human!

    The crap that people post about sensors at times, and how they never feel accepted because of them, is pretty rediculous. I stand out like a sore thumb in every day life and I'm PROUD to be a sensor... and you know what else is strange? I don't consider anything that any iNtuitive here types to be crazy bizarre and incomprehensible- I get along well with intuitives in real life and shockingly they don't consider me to be stupid or shallow just because I'm different
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    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post
    @OP:

    Umm.. some of the N elitism doesn't really bother me. Except the INTJ forum. Which doesn't piss me off either so much as amuse me. I've only glanced at it, but it seems like I've noticed it more there than elsewhere. Particularly some sort of brand of "physical" + "mental" perfection, where they imagine themselves to be super geniuses with the asskicking ability of Chuck Norris. I'm exaggerating, but I mean, the elitism is funny when people appropriate all kinds of badass shit to their type.
    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    I don't know what the hell that is, but it does seem to be an INTJ forum thing. I don't like that place.
    Many of them have some preconceived social hierarchy role that is something along the lines of NT>NF>ST>SF(shouldn't it be like SJ and SP? lol). Basically, the closer you get to ESFP, the more likely they consider anybody that isn't liked to be some ESFP. It is a hopeless case really.

    There is some good people there... if you can find them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Takeru View Post
    Many of them have some preconceived social hierarchy role that is something along the lines of NT>NF>ST>SF(shouldn't it be like SJ and SP? lol). Basically, the closer you get to ESFP, the more likely they consider anybody that isn't liked to be some ESFP. It is a hopeless case really.

    There is some good people there... if you can find them.
    I'm sure there are cool people there. As for ESFPs, it's funny that there are actually people who hate them so much. I know some (not all) are "shallow" in some sense, but to hate on that entire type is taking this way too seriously. This goes without mentioning that on one hand, you have someone who is classifying and hating on types, and on the other hand, the ESFPs being hated probably don't even care anyways. They are going to live their lives whether this other person likes them or not. It's a waste of time even for the person who's hating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Takeru View Post
    There is some good people there... if you can find them.
    Yeah, JTG is there and there was this one ENTP chick who was kind of funny.

    But seriously, yeah, I guess it's alright...I just get bored in their chat room, I got an infraction within like 70 posts for calling someone a troll who was OBVIOUSLY a troll, and many of them just seem to be really haughty or have a stick up their butt. Of course there are cool INTJs. There are INTJs that I like, but intjforum just has this weird stuffy vibe.

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    I tried to get into INTJs forum, I didn't, there seems to be some kind of intimidation factor when it comes to NT forums for me. Hay wait a minute hahah I did not so innocuously bump this thread to talk about NT dynamics. I was interested to understand the attitude people have in relation to then and now since this is a curiously made thread of long time ago. My best friends are SF and ST. I manage to find them more often too and enjoy their presence. Makes me feel grounded. Though I have to say conversation wise its awkward because I'm struggling to recall situational conversations and want to talk that intuitive talk. Instead I listen more.

    Personally the differences hinge more on maturity and alignment towards their health system. That is whether S or N. Perspective when in lower tones the negative intentions tend to be entirely different and non accommodating however when in higher tones the attitude tends to have positive intentions and non judgmental and non discriminating as much because the breadth of experience between experiencing how people are transcends the variance and attitude of personality preference somewhat. However that isn't not to say that either can rub a dub a dig bigger holes than Gran Turismo because haha. My word people are people, after all arrogance, stubbornness, humility and the ego certainly have a thing or two to say about the personal projections unto each other from the depths of who we are as incumbent to who others are.

    Its a strange symmetry of pulleys and systems and each pro and con is a perk accordingly to how its interpreted in many ways. In that respect I see this more an experience, health and cultural issue where our deeply held thoughts and emotions are expressing how we are being from the initiation in our ideas from those people that influence our outcomes, beliefs and ideas most. A bit like exploring the inner core of what makes each circle travel in reaction to another planetary alignment of another persons emotional fields.

    Rather the intuition while a internal exploration of thought is very well and fine and being sensory while a external exploration of thought make for interesting outcomes. Rather internal meaning not without external and internal input of analysis that depends on a subconscious level of awareness. And external meaning not without external and internal input of analysis that depends on a visceral conscious level of awareness. Both are abstract and non abstract in their ways.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Synapse View Post
    I tried to get into INTJs forum, I didn't, there seems to be some kind of intimidation factor when it comes to NT forums for me.
    I'm not intimidated, I'm just annoyed with their asshattery. I'm more bored, amused, or combative than intimidated. A lot of it is eye-rollingly pathetically funny. As others have pointed out, some of them probably aren't even INTJs. But I've noticed that this sort of thing went on at infp global chatter too. There's something amiss about these homogenous forums where most members are one type. It's just not for me. Going to other forums really made me appreciate Type C, for all of it's own little quirks.

    So now I can bring this back on topic by saying that part of my annoyance with intjforum or infpglobal chatter is that differences can be good, and I also agree that compatibility can have more to do with maturity, tolerance of differences, willingness to learn from one another, and shared interests than S or N. It really all comes down to the individual.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    I'm not intimidated, I'm just annoyed with their asshattery. I'm more bored, amused, or combative than intimidated. A lot of it is eye-rollingly pathetically funny. As others have pointed out, some of them probably aren't even INTJs. But I've noticed that this sort of thing went on at infp global chatter too. There's something amiss about these homogenous forums where most members are one type. It's just not for me. Going to other forums really made me appreciate Type C, for all of it's own little quirks.

    So now I can bring this back on topic by saying that part of my annoyance with intjforum or infpglobal chatter is that differences can be good, and I also agree that compatibility can have more to do with maturity, tolerance of differences, willingness to learn from one another, and shared interests than S or N. It really all comes down to the individual.
    Yeah true, which is just as well infpgc dissolved, it was a bog for negative manifestations and loops that was how it was. I found myself wanting to shape myself to a more critical attitude over at INTJs and found myself drained just by thinking about the energy needed to expand towards this strangely.

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