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    Hello. My daughter told me about mbti once while she, her mother, and I were having coffee together. I think it's complete BS, which is why I haven't taken the test.

    [Cascade, what am I supposed to write in this intro?]

    I am an economic analyst. In my free time I enjoy listening to classical music, playing solitaire, and pulling up dandelions in the warmer months. I also enjoy reading old science fiction, Tolkien, and assorted history books. I enjoy watching the History channel as well as classic movies from the 60's and earlier. We just got back from Turkey. It was wonderful.

    [Cascade, I'm done typing. How do I submit this now??]

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    Hi. I am bad at these sorts of introductions. I never know what to say. My daughter is sitting next to me because I would not know how to post otherwise. I guess that's it. Nice to meet all of you.
    "...On and on and on and on he strode, far out over the sands, singing wildly to the sea, crying to greet the advent of the life that had cried to him." - James Joyce

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    So you don't know how to work this damn thing either? Press that button? I don't want to press it, your mom will be mad if I break something.

    Oh. That's okay. *big pause* Well, no, I really hate it when your dad messes with this. Because then I can't get it to work. I wish he would just go away. Would you like a drink?
    That's pretty close, but now my second try is posted.

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    INTJ mother :

    Subject: Introduction.

    Which button do I push? Which button do I push??? If your father would have just taught me to do this like he said he would, I wouldn't even have to ask. He can't do anything right. Did I tell you how he forgot to re-sign the lease? And the rent is up now? Not that he pays it anyway. He just sits on his lazy ass all day. Can't even pick up a dish. Not one dish! Honey, where's the remote?

    Oh. Hi. My daughter asked me to do this. She's okay. My other daughter is too. But allow me to tell you all about my grandson for a minimum of nine hours. He's brilliant and spectacular. I expect you to feign interest.

    INTP father :

    I'd say I'll do this later, but I actually have no intention of doing it at all. I'm busy being cruel and insensitive. It's your mother's fault.


    I... suppose. Yeah!

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    You can't expect an INTP to remember stuff or even to be completely aware of what's going on in the immediate environment. I mean, we've got better things to do inside our own heads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ImNotTooPopular View Post
    You can't expect an INTP to remember stuff or even to be completely aware of what's going on in the immediate environment. I mean, we've got better things to do inside our own heads.
    Oh, it actually has nothing to do with being an INTP in this case. My dad is just a cruel and insensitive jerk.


    I... suppose. Yeah!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rajah View Post
    INTJ mother: Which button do I push? Which button do I push??? If your father would have just taught me to do this like he said he would, I wouldn't even have to ask. He can't do anything right. Did I tell you how he forgot to re-sign the lease? And the rent is up now? Not that he pays it anyway. He just sits on his lazy ass all day. Can't even pick up a dish. Not one dish! Honey, where's the remote?
    *blank stare*

    Oh. Hi. My daughter asked me to do this. She's okay. My other daughter is too. But allow me to tell you all about my grandson for a minimum of nine hours. He's brilliant and spectacular. I expect you to feign interest.
    Oh! You have a grandson? I bet he's so cute!

    *rolls eyes, mumbles to self under breath*

    INTP father: I'd say I'll do this later, but I actually have no intention of doing it at all. I'm busy being cruel and insensitive. It's your mother's fault.
    *points thumb at Raj's mom* Bet she's a real piece of work, women are nuts, aren't they? You just wouldn't believe... Hey, wanna beer?
    "Hey Capa -- We're only stardust." ~ "Sunshine"

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    (ESFP) Yeshua revealed to me that this is where my daughter was spending a lot of her time. He also told me that if she doesn't start honoring me that He will have to remove His Hand of Protection from her so she will repent and seek Him. She is my wonderful daughter and I would hate to see anything happen to her, so I'm praying that she will repent. I've done so much for her and she is being so unforgiving and spiteful.

    Yesterday, I was driving to a Women's Aglow meeting when I really needed to use the bathroom. The only place I saw where I could go was a bar, so I went in and used the restroom. On the way out, I saw that there was a stage and microphone which nobody was using, so I went onto the stage and sang a song that I wrote about dancing with Yesua to the people in the bar. I think they were really blessed.

    Yeshua bless you and keep you! Glorianna

    (ISTP) My daughter asked me to come post on this internet thing. I'm not really comfortable with written communication. I've never been very good at spelling and grammar and all that shit. I'm not on the internet except when I am planning a trip or to check my email every couple of weeks.

    Anyway, cafe is a pretty good kid. She's religious, which I don't really believe in, but whatever and she doesn't make her kids play outside or do chores like I did when I was a kid. They play video games and watch TV all the time. Oh well. You can't tell people anything.

    My neighbor's dogs took a dump in my yard, and my girlfriend and I spend a lot of time in the yard keeping things up, but they won't keep their dogs in. I shot off some bottle rockets and that sent the dogs running. I haven't seen them on our side of the ditch for weeks.

    I've been watching the primaries and I can't believe the people that are turning on the Clintons. Obama talks about all this stuff, but Hilary is the one with the experience and she's got numbers to back up what she's saying. I'm a numbers guy. If Obama gets the nomination, I don't know who I'm going to vote for. I like McCain, he's a Nam Vet and a maverick, but if he gets into office, it's going to be Bush all over again.

    Well, I'm going to get off here. I've got to weed whack the yard and start supper so it'll be ready when my girlfriend gets home from work.
    “There are two novels that can change a bookish fourteen-year old’s life: The Lord of the Rings and Atlas Shrugged. One is a childish fantasy that often engenders a lifelong obsession with its unbelievable heroes, leading to an emotionally stunted, socially crippled adulthood, unable to deal with the real world. The other, of course, involves orcs.”
    ~ John Rogers

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    dad= mom=


    Title: INTP
    *regards forum with a diffident "hmm"* *goes downstairs to office to pray or read*



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    Hello! This is Booyalab's mother. What a cool idea this forum thing is! I don't like the swearing and sex-talk and all the new agey stuff, but I'm sure she'll be wise enough to stay away from all that! There sure are a lot of Godless folks on the world wide web. I'm not sure I like booyalab associating with those types of people. My email is open in another window, so I hope none of you can steal my identity! hahaha!! I'm just kidding. I'm sure you folks are good people and you wouldn't do something mean like that. Well, I have to go run around my house looking busier than I really am. It was nice to meet you all!
    I don't wanna!

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    - INTJ. Hello, I'm Jae Rae's dad. I'm not around anymore (I died awhile back), but I liked to sit around the house, read, drink coffee, nap and watch the Financial News. I used to read the same few books over and over again, especially ones about WWII. I built my own house, which was my castle, and what I said went - I controlled the heat, the A/C and the tv. I am the smartest guy you'll ever meet. I got a 170 on my Army IQ test, and this after travelling on the train all day to the Mojave Desert. I'll argue with anyone about history and politics.


    - ISFJ. Oh, is it my turn? Hi, guys. I'm Jae Rae's mom. I don't know how to use a computer, all those buttons are confusing. But if I could figure it out, I'd be good on this forum because I have a lot of opinions about what people should do. There's a best way to do everything. You can tell me any sad story and I'll tell you there's nothing to feel bad about. Just make up your mind, that's all. Life goes on and it's all for the best. Well, gotta run, the phone's ringing. I mean the doorbell. Gotta go talk to the Watchtower guys.
    Proud Female Rider in Maverick's Bike Club.

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    ISTJ dad:

    Hello, hello? Do any of you know my son? If you see him tell him that he better split and stack the rest of the wood, and fix the brakes on the chevy before I get home from the firehouse or his ass is grounded.

    Also tell him to call his damn mother, she's sad because he hasn't called her in the last 6 hours, even though she'd never actually just tell him to call her.
    I'm doing science and I'm still alive

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