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    - I don't really like cars or any other such mechanical avocations.
    - I don't like high-risk physical activities such as skydiving (mostly because I see them as being pointless wastes of time and effort.)
    - I am and have always been academically inclined, and "abstract" learning methods are no hindrance to me in that regard.
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    In no way that's "good".
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    so that, this once, you may give it your perfect assent."

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    My biggest points are:

    - I have absolutely no problems with theory

    - I don't just jump into things without thinking in advance. I always want to have an overview over the situation I'm dealing with first.
    But I can see how it might appear to others as if I am just rushing into something when I already have a good idea what I'm dealing with. And sometimes it seems that I just think faster - this could have to do with the "holographic-panoramic cognition style" that Victor Gulenko describes in an article you can read on wikisocion:
    wikisocion.org/en/index.php?title=Gulenko_Cognitive_Styles

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    I feel like this describes me, but Ti is actually my demonic function. I'm not an E9, and it took research to understand that yes there are ISFP like Eminem, so how am I too contrary to be one, in comparison I'm somewhat more tame.

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    I mean, that's pretty much me in a nutshell, but I'm no ISTP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmotini View Post
    I feel like this describes me, but Ti is actually my demonic function. I'm not an E9, and it took research to understand that yes there are ISFP like Eminem, so how am I too contrary to be one, in comparison I'm somewhat more tame.

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    I mean, that's pretty much me in a nutshell, but I'm no ISTP.
    Based on that...i am different because I don't have the uncontrollable anger issues. My Ti disables it for the most part.
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    I don't honestly have an issue with most ISFP type descriptions, think they mostly fit. They emphasize broad elements/traits, which tend to be true for me, and they don't get into any negative stereotyping, from what I've seen (ie isfp's can't do this, are incapable of that, etc)

    Anything that goes 'against' what an isfp is supposed to be like is tied to what is said online about isfp's in context of forums, statistics re all of the types (and I think there are SO many issues with those statistics and how people use them), what people say about isfp's they know, thus thinking others may be just like that, etc.

    So... I was always good at math and science and did well in school/in testing (iow I can think), I show up to things on time , I am not a superficial person, I'm not reckless, and I have the capacity to do things outside of my preferences.
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    I can process higher thinking, I just choose not to unless something really captures me. I choose not to consciously and unconsciously.
    I want my cake and I wanna eat it too
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    Quote Originally Posted by Corn Dispenser View Post
    I can process higher thinking, I just choose not to unless something really captures me. I choose not to consciously and unconsciously.
    So, you enjoy lower order shallow thinking? Isn't that stereotypical? Honestly and not type related, but if you don't use higher order thinking it doesn't build on itself and expand. It's like saying I can run,I just choose not to. When asked to run a marathon you cant do it. But you can run 1/4 mile.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Poki View Post
    Based on that...i am different because I don't have the uncontrollable anger issues. My Ti disables it for the most part.
    Also, type 9. @Marmotini is a 6 and we all know sixes are the

    But yeah, sixes show their anger more readily but I have found still waters (nines) run deep with theirs. Undercurrents.
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