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    Quote Originally Posted by Sling View Post
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    How long have you been typing people?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Um... those are what I'd call "unrelated signifiers."

    Sort of like trying to saying that someone is lying if their eyes flick to the left when they speak.
    Really ?
    I'd beg to differ
    a " tell " in poker is a well established leverage point to win.
    and so is a bluff

    i am admittedly obsessed with semiotics
    whatever this means to you
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sling View Post
    I've been dying since the moment I was born.
    XNTJ!

    That's too obvious for an XNTP to mention.
    Why do we always come here?

    I guess we'll never know.

    It's like a kind of torture,
    To have to watch this show.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AvereX View Post
    Really ?
    I'd beg to differ
    a " tell " in poker is a well established leverage point to win.
    and so is a bluff

    i am admittedly obsessed with semiotics
    whatever this means to you
    Nothing yet, of course.
    I have no context for those signals.

    And that's rather what I mean. I can't assign valid meaning to the few signals you've denoted here unless I have a decent and fuller context in which to place them.

    That's the problem with high-stakes poker as well. The same "tells' mean different things from different people in different contexts -- it's NOT "one size fits all."

    Quote Originally Posted by Mort Belfry View Post
    XNTJ!
    That's too obvious for an XNTP to mention.
    Maybe he was just being an obnoxious NTP and trying to stir up trouble by stating the obvious.
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    You're probably NTP simply because of the way you organize your paragraphs.

    TJs of all stripes pay attention to proper paragraphing and punctuation. Your paragraphs aren't organized in the standard way -- as in, starting a new one whenever somebody knew begins to speak.

    The way Te works is that it seeks to organize what's external into a way that makes sense and would make sense to others. Because of this, a TJ would make sure to paragraph and punctuate in the standard way. A TP would definitely not care as much if they were writing fiction and would be more looking for internal accuracy.

    Although, this could all be made moot if English is not your first language.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    You're probably NTP simply because of the way you organize your paragraphs.

    TJs of all stripes pay attention to proper paragraphing and punctuation. Your paragraphs aren't organized in the standard way -- as in, starting a new one whenever somebody knew begins to speak.

    The way Te works is that it seeks to organize what's external into a way that makes sense and would make sense to others. Because of this, a TJ would make sure to paragraph and punctuate in the standard way. A TP would definitely not care as much if they were writing fiction and would be more looking for internal accuracy.

    Although, this could all be made moot if English is not your first language.
    So you're just looking at the way Im grouping my paragraphs? What about the other formatting/punctuation aspects, or the story content itself?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sling View Post
    So you're just looking at the way Im grouping my paragraphs? What about the other formatting/punctuation aspects, or the story content itself?
    Also the fact that sometimes you put your punctuation outside your quotations and sometimes within. There are some very odd British rules with that, but because of your spelling and that you're using the CIA in this story, I'm guessing that you weren't trying to use proper British punctuation.

    The story content itself, TL;DR. I did read a bit and the content didn't exactly jump out at me as any particular type, except probably a T. Also, the fact that it was sort of jumpy made me think P. After a little I couldn't understand what was going on. Then again, I'm a little slow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    Also the fact that sometimes you put your punctuation outside your quotations and sometimes within. There are some very odd British rules with that, but because of your spelling and that you're using the CIA in this story, I'm guessing that you weren't trying to use proper British punctuation.

    The story content itself, TL;DR. I did read a bit and the content didn't exactly jump out at me as any particular type, except probably a T. Also, the fact that it was sort of jumpy made me think P. After a little I couldn't understand what was going on. Then again, I'm a little slow.
    The story plot isn't exactly linear, nor is it complete. I didn't proofread the small grammatical things or run a spell check either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Maybe he was just being an obnoxious NTP
    I don't understand, isn't the word obnoxious redundant there?
    Why do we always come here?

    I guess we'll never know.

    It's like a kind of torture,
    To have to watch this show.

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