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    INTJ.

    I and T are clear due to belief of not being able to identify with others.

    Chart-the-Course focus on future, directive-reactive style is also clear...As is the NT desire for competence (or could be SP skill acquisition).

    So INTJ, ISTP, or INTP with some Chart-the-Course interaction style.

    Style of observation and analysis indicates a more Ni style than Ti style, and a preference for abstraction language.

    So INTJ with a slight chance of IxTP.

    In my perception, for your particular case, the more N you are, the more likely you are a J, and vice versa.

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    I refuse to, because you didn't post in my analylyzlaualazuation thread. :steam:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    I refuse to, because you didn't post in my analylyzlaualazuation thread. :steam:
    Well, I didn't post because I don't know how to analylyzlaualazuaize. I didn't want to make an idiot of myself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    Well, I didn't post because I don't know how to analylyzlaualazuaize. I didn't want to make an idiot of myself.
    Making an idiot out of yourself is one of the most fun things to do, though.
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    INtJ

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    I hate to disappoint you when you want an argument so I'll say ISFJ with no theory to back it up in an attempt to get a rise out of you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trinity View Post
    I hate to disappoint you when you want an argument so I'll say ISFJ with no theory to back it up in an attempt to get a rise out of you
    I want a debate, not an argument.

    *ignores*
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    BUT I WANNA ARGUE!

    And I don't doubt your INTJness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trinity View Post
    BUT I WANNA ARGUE!
    No support, no argue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ygolo View Post
    In my perception, for your particular case, the more N you are, the more likely you are a J, and vice versa.
    Very interesting.

    I think there are actually some people who would agree with you on this one.
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