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    Default SP habitats?

    I don't know if this thread has been done before, but I thought I'd post it.

    What kind of places are we likely to find SPs? I mean, aside from playing sports, skydiving, and generally acting like James Bond?

    Or, are SPs so unpredictable that there's no telling where they might show up, or what they might do?

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    The assumptions that all SPs do crazy things all the time is sort of silly.

    I'd say the gym, doing a preferred sport, or courses in college that aren't too theoretical. I'm avoiding religion and philosophy classes like the plague. When something gets too theoretical I basically get bored with it when there is no application for it. Also if you play online video games you will meet a lot of SPs.

    Generally anywhere but sitting somewhere doing something boring.
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    When I'm not working I'm hanging out with my friends. They're really important to me. Practicing my fiddle (I'm not great but hey - I'm playing). I'll never turn down an opportunity for a physical activity. For instance, flag football is fun and I did that yesterday. Sometimes I go to places alone. Travel alone or sit at a bar and just have a drink and enjoy myself.
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    There are SPs in philosophy :P

    Though you probably won't find anything other than ISTPs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heinel View Post
    There are SPs in philosophy :P

    Though you probably won't find anything other than ISTPs.
    Lol, now that I think about it it's more of a combination of the fact that I hate writing papers and I get bored with theory that doesn't really go anywhere.
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    I've taken philosophy classes and do well in them but after a while I have this, "I think I just blew my own mind!" thing going on and I just have to shake my head and stop thinking about it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MDP2525 View Post
    I've taken philosophy classes and do well in them but after a while I have this, "I think I just blew my own mind!" thing going on and I just have to shake my head and stop thinking about it.
    Yeah! Especially if there are a lot of INTJs in class tearing the discussion in to all sorts of weird directions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MDP2525 View Post
    When I'm not working I'm hanging out with my friends.
    yeah, same for me.
    and i like to be outside a lot, so you can usually always find me outside. right now i am outside, on the back patio.

    anyway, outside. and i like bookstores a lot. dive bars, or pubs and taverns.
    i love diners, rough looking greasy-spoon diners. i eat breakfast at diners as much as i can.

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    Where to find me? Outdoors is pretty much correct....other than that, a few favorite haunts. The local sub/lunch place especially, and occasionally the bookstore and local pizza place.

    But really, I don't spend much time at normal places. I don't shop (if I enter a store, I get what I want quickly and leave immediately), and I don't go to clubs and such. I'm pretty much at home, work, friends' homes, in transit, or buying something I need, if I'm not outside hiking, skiing, biking, running, or blowing shit up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kingfisher View Post
    yeah, same for me.
    and i like to be outside a lot, so you can usually always find me outside. right now i am outside, on the back patio.

    anyway, outside. and i like bookstores a lot. dive bars, or pubs and taverns.
    i love diners, rough looking greasy-spoon diners. i eat breakfast at diners as much as i can.
    Yep. I love dive bars. My friends don't understand why I choose to work in them but it feels more "real" to me. More honest. I don't know. I just have an affinity for the underdog and also the "working man"...it's like a really admirable thing to me. No frills. Honest work. Honest play.
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