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    Well, it's a trash argument. I don't see why it's necessary to troll people. Whether he develop skills over time is still not applicable. Everyone balances over time somewhat.. but he was already playing at the pro level at 17 yrs old. That's showing where his natural proclivities are.. he didn't "develop Se" over time. I wonder if you even respect or understand how good he is or even tried to make the types of shots he does - it's hard to play as guards like him even in a sketchy manner. It's not a matter of "Oh, yeah... he's just some guy who plays sports." He's at the very top of it, and already qualified to be a pro without that much experience. He even makes many other SP athletes look bad.

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    I get the impression round here that intuitives can use Se as well as any sensor but that sensors can never use N as well as intuitives, like N is somehow additional to the things that everyone has and uses (S).
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    I doubt it, Quin. I'm getting real emo thinking about it though I mean, where does that leave sensors then? We're good at our own thing, and now apparently there's a whole population of sensor/intuitive/geniuses who want to have their cake and eat it too.. Sweeet. Now I see why we're such idiots at this place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quinlan View Post
    I get the impression round here that intuitives can use Se as well as any sensor but that sensors can never use N as well as intuitives, like N is somehow additional to the things that everyone has and uses (S).
    That's not true. Intuitives generally struggle with everyday tasks and detail work, because we can't use Se (or Si) as well as Sensors can.
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    Like I said, it's just an impression.
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    it's your manner of typing everyone who has a sense of humor or any ability at anything as an N Alexsei... it's pretty rediculous really

    you don't make the Sensors feel like they should be able to be good at ANYTHING...
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    Facetiousness aside, everyone can do a little everything. I believe that. Sensors are just better and quicker at syncing in the moment..we don't struggle with it as much, I think.. and I actually haven't seen many people here say they have ease with that. Like Aleksei's saying above.. I've noticed ENFPs joke about their clumsyness or INFPs say it's hard to find the optimal situations to go out and enjoy themselves.. but they can overcome it, no doubt there. It's just not what they're used to, and same goes the other way around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    Non Fictionals
    Michael Jackson
    Jean-Jacques Rousseau
    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
    Auguste Rodin
    Arthur Rimbaud
    Sofia Coppola
    Steven Spielberg
    Fred Astaire
    Barbara Streisand
    Ozzy Osbourne
    Robert De Niro
    Heath Ledger
    David Boreanaz
    John Travolta
    Justin Timberlake
    Brad Pitt
    Rihanna
    Britney Spears
    Bj�rk
    Karen O
    Andr� 3000
    Joe Cocker
    Georges Harrison
    Jimi Hendrix
    Bob Dylan
    Eric Clapton
    Kristen Stewart
    David Beckam
    Ullysses S. Grant
    Benicio Del Toro
    Uma Thurman
    Jessica Alba
    Marilyn Monroe
    Anne Hataway
    Liz Taylor
    Marie Antoinette

    Fictionals
    Luke Skywalker (Star Wars)
    Aunt Beru (Star Wars)
    Aayla Secura (Star Wars Expanded Universe)
    Dawn (BTVS)
    Bella (Twilight)
    Harry Potter (Harry Potter)
    Winnie The Pooh (Winnie The Pooh)
    Borat (Borat)
    Brun� (Brun�)
    Zohan (You Don�t Mess With The Zohan)
    Ashley (The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air)
    Roger (Sisters Sisters)
    Junior (My Wife & Kids)
    Larry Kubiac (Parker Lewis Can�t Loose)
    Lana Lang (Smallville)
    Emily (Skins)
    Nancy (Sin City)
    Brian O'Connor (Fast & Furious Saga)
    Tom Bishop (Spy Game)
    Galahad (Knights Of The Round Table Arturian Legend)
    Faramir (LOTR)
    Valentin (Lord Valentine�s Castle)
    Tess (Tess Of The D�urbervilles)
    Thirteen (House M.D)
    Bubbles (The Powerpuff Girls)
    Tomoko Nomura (GTO)
    Pocahontas (Pocahontas)
    Mulan (Mulan)
    Bashful (Snow White & The Seven Dwarfs)
    Pumbaa (The Lion King)
    Alladin (Alladin)
    Tintin (Tintin)
    Ob�lix (Ast�rix)
    C.J (GTA San Andreas)
    Luke Skywalker- ESFJ
    Harry Potter- ESTP (Done to death, don't feel like arguing about it, but that's still my impression)
    Borat- ESFP
    Thirteen- ENFP
    Mulan- INFJ
    Pumbaa- ESFP
    Carl Johnson- ESFP

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    Summer Glau
    Eric Draven (The Crow)
    Rorschach (Watchmen)
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    Harry Potter, ISFP :rolli:

    you don't give up do you?

    I won't accept him in my type, he has none of the qualities, so deal
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