You did remind me quite a bit of my ESTP friend; you had me fooled. But I clearly remember thinking, "Hailley (RL friend) would never have the attention span or desire to interact online, as much as she would like the idea of it. She would get caught up with the reality going on around her and be out of the house and wouldn't be on the computer long enough to maintain an internet forum relationship."
*You don't have a soul. You are a Soul. You have a body.
*Faith is the art of holding on to things your reason once accepted, despite your changing moods.
Now I have to change my perception. Our ISTPs had better not be a different type than they say. Then that would really confuse me. You seemed quite different than YLJ, but I wasn't ever sure if that was just people being individuals. I had figured that you at least had stronger N than average for an ESTP, but now I have to completely reorient. Bah.
You're still awesome, but my Ti is fuming. :steam:
"'You scoundrel, you have wronged me,' hissed the philosopher. 'May you live forever!'" - Ambrose Bierce
I haven't been around enough long enough to know whatever, but I really don't like the idea of being part of a social experiment that no one knew they were participating in. It's manipulative, and as substitute said earlier, proves nothing. There are far too many factors involved to accurately read people's reaction to one poster who is admittedly "acting."
I'm not saying it makes whatever a bad person or that she was being manipulative in the sense of having bad intent, but I'm sure it will make some people a little skittish around her, and it may make people a little less likely to accept what other posters say as truth about themselves.