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    Quote Originally Posted by GarrotTheThief View Post
    You have been far too savvy with me in terms of saying the right thing which often times is a pressure release for me an "ahhhh I am not the only one," sort of thing to be an INTP. There are many great INTP's but I find that our interaction is gratifying in a different way than it tends to be with other INTP's. On one hand you are an encyclopedia when it comes to chemistry but your self-awareness when it comes to the contradiction witch is your life and your ability to relate this to the "other" strikes me more of an FE power that is higher up on the chain.

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    I think Researcher may have acquired most of his knowledge of MBTI from printed material, rather than interaction with real people.

    I haven't been here that long, but from what I've observed, I can't think of any type you could be other than ENFJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phobik View Post
    ? I notice FE people for some reason tends to know how to relate with me by speaking about themselves which I have in common with them if that makes sense...like talking about yourself to prompt the other person to speak on themselves.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GarrotTheThief View Post
    ? I notice FE people for some reason tends to know how to relate with me by speaking about themselves which I have in common with them if that makes sense...like talking about yourself to prompt the other person to speak on themselves.
    Sure, stories/personal anecdotes can be a great way to build rapport. However, that doesn't necessarily translate into self aware any more than self absorbed/delusional.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hard View Post
    Really? I actually think my Ti is fairly crappy. I mean, I can use the basics of it (I sort of need to anyway), but I generally don't think I am good at it. I tend to make far too many leaps and assumptions. One of the best examples of this is when I took Philosophy in college (the course focused on epistomology and metaphysics). I passed with a C+, and the + came from participation in class (as I am always a talker in class). For the life of me, I could not do well. On the exams you had to go through and write out prompts explaining the logic and reasonings behind the theories and ideas, and I just sucked at it. I would always forget to add elements of proof, and I would end up skipping steps usually from not noticing they were important. I understood things fine, and my participation in class made that clear to the professor (she told me), but I just couldn't translate it well on paper. It's the same reason why higher math is/was so hard for me to grasp. I end up skipping important steps and am not able to think through the "if and then" sequences efficiently. I'm also terrible at debate.

    But I suppose if you guys see it then I'm better at it than I think? :noidea:
    Well, this would be Ti as a IxTP would use it - you use Ti more as a support system for Fe. For you I would think good usage means that your views are internally consistent, you can weigh up the different perspectives fairly, and that you're able to self-check your arguments for flaws when necessary.

    And BTW I had the same problem with logical argument in essays: I understand the concepts well but can be careless with the details. I had to make an extra effort to join those dots perfectly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hard View Post
    Woah really? I definitely consider myself extroverted, but in person I wouldn't consider myself a super extrovert, just a mild-moderate one. If just for the fact that I moderate and watch my behavior very closely. I'd surely never be mistaken for an introvert though, assuming I am not in an unfamilar situation.
    I'd definitely call you a super extrovert. You're a bit more subdued in your videos, but your posting style seems very, VERY extroverted to me.

    Quote Originally Posted by phobik View Post
    Sure, stories/personal anecdotes can be a great way to build rapport. However, that doesn't necessarily translate into self aware any more than self absorbed/delusional.
    He seems very self-aware, from what I've read of his blog.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chanaynay View Post
    Can I have him type me next?
    ditto. that was amusing

    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    There's remorse, but it's kind of detached and I absolve myself of guilt since I wasn't TRYING to kill him.
    this

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woaden View Post
    My thoughts have been penned down by others in this thread, so I'll just add another pointer: Hard's not concise enough to be Ti dom.

    Just take a look at his blog and you'll see what I mean.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Evee View Post
    I don't know what is worse, the fact that you feel no remorse for that, or your reasoning behind it.
    Don't you remember the Clusters commercials?

    Squirrels are not our friend.
    They seek to subvert human civilization.
    If they could steal all of our nuts, they would do so.

    Our only choice is to retain our advanced culture, assert our dominance, and pray they never develop fembot technology by which to invade and subjugate our species.

    Because they will.
    If they can, they will.


    Quote Originally Posted by Nicodemus View Post
    Jennifer used the same reasoning. Maybe we are both just psychopaths.
    Maybe you are both just...

    NooOOOOoOoOOOOOoOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Showbread View Post
    @Jennifer used the same reasoning. Maybe we are both just psychopaths.
    no you aren't if you were, you'd have the squirells over for tea pretend to be their friends then kill them slowly.
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    I'm scared to go in there, mama.
    /target Jennifer

    /cast Summon: Words of Consensus

    *Debuff: Words of Consensus*

    /cast Passionate Words
    /cast Wall of Text
    /cast Summon: Evidence from Consensus

    *@Hard's Passionate Words hits Jennifer for 2248*
    *@Hard's Wall of Text hits Jennifer for 17439* (Critical)
    *@Hard's Summon: Evidence from Consensus hits Jennifer for 28440* (Critical)
    *Jennifer died.*

    /yell 'I AM NOT INTP!'
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