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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal+ View Post
    There is no point in interacting with a person such as yourself. Take your strong disagreements elsewhere, or change your posting style to one that is not so rude to others on these forums.
    I am genuinely sorry that you feel I was being rude to you... that wasn't my intention. I genuinely don't understand why you felt so strongly that me disagreeing with you was a problem. You put strongly-stated opinions on the forum often and at times I think you have very good points, and other times, like now, I feel like they are incorrect and/or misleading. I admit that sometimes I feel on edge when reading your posts because you often state things strongly and I often feel compelled to address what I perceive to be misinformation, even though I do dislike the conflict. It's not really surprising that we clash, I guess. I don't feel like my posting style is rude to others overall and I'm sorry that I was more harsh than usual with you.

    More than anything I'm sorry for taking up Webslinger's thread with all this crap.

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    @Webslinger... read your short story there as well... lovely It reminds me of something, but I can't quite put my finger on it

    @skylights... one thing that I find interesting is that people will often label by first impression of how the work looks instead of looking at it even twice... for instance (sorry for sticking with lit en espanol... I took A LOT of spanish lit ) on the first glance stylistically speaking, Cortazar appears to be straightforward and Marquez appears to be a bit loopy and dreamy... look a bit closer and Cortazar is nuts, he'll play with your head just for the joys of fucking with you and doesn't linger on the descriptions while Marquez seems to lovingly dote on his surroundings and tells a surprisingly straightforward story. Of course we make the same mistakes while looking at and typing people here, disregarding the fact that a seemingly conflicting function can play an excellent second banana

    and on extroversion v introversion there's always the confusion on the board between cognitive extroversion and behavioral extroversion... cognitive being the manner in which the environment and oneself are to be perceived while behavioral relates to how social the person is... it'd probably make things a lot less argue-y if that distinction was made more frequently
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    No hard feelings here. To post a thread about anything is always to sign for the possibility of conflict. I just hope any headaches have cleared up.

    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post
    Yeah, Socionics is a mixed bag, IMO. It's kind of a lot of things thrown together, and I'm not into their Visual Identification theories - like typing people based on physical characteristics. But I do think they've hit on some nuances that other systems have missed, and for that I think it's worth perusal.
    Yeah, personality type will influence a person's activities, which get reflected in a person's body over time as they live, but the exact same goes for everything else in life. A person's look is an opaque blizzard of variables.

    Personally I can have fun on an exploratory walk alone, but if you made me take an hour-long walk in a barren place I'd probably start getting miserable around 30 minutes in because of the lack of external stimulation.
    I dunno if that would even do it for me.....
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    I mean, if I put a red filter over this Nebraskan void (source: Australian outback), how many baby boomer aunts would believe it was a Mars pic? How about building an online photo album of American flyover landscapes shopped to look like other planets?

    jk I know what you mean. The end of my story is just that I found my writing style this way. When I got home from a Photo Romp, I'd take stock of the images with humor potential (the most; everything has it) and send them to friends back home in batches with my written observations and jokes, like a little slapdash tour. Whether making your own stimulation to make other people's stimulation is introverted, extraverted, XNTJ, or just crazy, one thing I do know about myself is that it's what I love. That's the important thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Webslinger View Post
    No hard feelings here. To post a thread about anything is always to sign for the possibility of conflict. I just hope any headaches have cleared up.


    Yeah, personality type will influence a person's activities, which get reflected in a person's body over time as they live, but the exact same goes for everything else in life. A person's look is an opaque blizzard of variables.
    Exactly. I like the way you phrase that.


    I dunno if that would even do it for me.....
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    I mean, if I put a red filter over this Nebraskan void (source: Australian outback), how many baby boomer aunts would believe it was a Mars pic? How about building an online photo album of American flyover landscapes shopped to look like other planets?

    jk I know what you mean. The end of my story is just that I found my writing style this way. When I got home from a Photo Romp, I'd take stock of the images with humor potential (the most; everything has it) and send them to friends back home in batches with my written observations and jokes, like a little slapdash tour. Whether making your own stimulation to make other people's stimulation is introverted, extraverted, XNTJ, or just crazy, one thing I do know about myself is that it's what I love. That's the important thing.
    Lol! How interesting! You are an artist and entertainer by nature Your friends and family are lucky to have you!!

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    @skylights... one thing that I find interesting is that people will often label by first impression of how the work looks instead of looking at it even twice... for instance (sorry for sticking with lit en espanol... I took A LOT of spanish lit ) on the first glance stylistically speaking, Cortazar appears to be straightforward and Marquez appears to be a bit loopy and dreamy... look a bit closer and Cortazar is nuts, he'll play with your head just for the joys of fucking with you and doesn't linger on the descriptions while Marquez seems to lovingly dote on his surroundings and tells a surprisingly straightforward story. Of course we make the same mistakes while looking at and typing people here, disregarding the fact that a seemingly conflicting function can play an excellent second banana [/quote]

    Absolutely! I'm not familiar with Cortazar but Marquez really is pretty straightforward plotwise. We read Isabel Allende's House of the Spirits, too, which I liked a little better. Less craziness. Go figure - I'm an intuitive and I dislike magic realism. Poo on stereotypes!

    and on extroversion v introversion there's always the confusion on the board between cognitive extroversion and behavioral extroversion... cognitive being the manner in which the environment and oneself are to be perceived while behavioral relates to how social the person is... it'd probably make things a lot less argue-y if that distinction was made more frequently
    You've described the split better than I did. Cognitive versus behavioral, not just social. And yes, absolutely, agreed. I think my ISFJ is more behaviorally extraverted than I am half the time...

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    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post
    Lol! How interesting! You are an artist and entertainer by nature Your friends and family are lucky to have you!!
    I don't know how to respond. That is, in a good way. In my private context, that means a hell of a lot to me.
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