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    the fact that you care so much about figuring out your type doesn't seem very ISTPish to me

    IxTJ seems more likely

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grayscale View Post
    the fact that you care so much about figuring out your type doesn't seem very ISTPish to me

    IxTJ seems more likely
    To the contrary,I had considerable anguish in attempting to determine my true type. At some point I became very frustrated with the system in general, seeing the many flaws.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mycroft View Post
    Ps who grew up in especially J households tend to test a bit more J. Our upbringing has a huge influence on our preferences for cleanliness and orderliness, and the tests do indeed tend to put too much weight on these for determining J or P....
    Plus, a TP who is placed in a situation where they're constantly overridden and pressured by J influences could easily become "more decisive" simply in order to push back and solidify their boundaries.

    (FPs could too, but out of the three Horney anxiety-reducing responses, I am betting that TP's are more likely to either withdraw or move against/push back, and FP's are more likely to move towards/accommodate in some way.)

    Quote Originally Posted by Grayscale View Post
    the fact that you care so much about figuring out your type doesn't seem very ISTPish to me IxTJ seems more likely
    I can't tell whether this is a joke or if you are serious.

    (Dry senses of humor... yeesh.)

    He seems fine to me, that aspect is not a Silver Bullet.
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    I think I make more sense as an ISTJ than a highly abnormal ISTP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sassafrassquatch View Post
    I think I make more sense as an ISTJ than a highly abnormal ISTP.
    *shrug* You didn't seem that abnormal to me.

    But it's your type reading.

    (And besides, if you're really an ISTP, you'll just change your mind later.)
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    You also have to take into account that the way I behave on the internet is very different from the way I am in meatspace.

    Edit: w00t! 300th post!
    Last edited by sassafrassquatch; 01-23-2008 at 04:12 PM. Reason: w00ting

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    Quote Originally Posted by sassafrassquatch View Post
    Edit: w00t! 300th post!
    FOR SPARTA!!!

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    Do ISTJs even USE computers when not at work?

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    Quote Originally Posted by INTJMom View Post
    Do ISTJs even USE computers when not at work?
    Yes, I have an ISTJ nephew too and he is totally into computers. He also likes to work on the mechanics of the computer itself.

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    I think computers appeal to all IxTx types to some degree.

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