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    Quote Originally Posted by the state i am in View Post
    my projection based on relationships with so/sp is that they find us, sx types, just really inconsistent. we don't put consistency and reciprocity and social contract above our whims, and at times we don't realize the difference between a whim and something that is true for us in a deeper way. sx is measured in urgency, so our sense of time distorts somewhat, and it can be difficult to balance short-term vs long-term. well-developed sp is what combats this (along with the literal skill of time management, using T to mark, measure, and moderate our attention and allow us to truly be aware of what is happening in both a broad and narrow, targeted sense).
    So true.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bologna View Post
    I've definitely had those sorts of experiences. When it happens, I just kinda walk off the stand, because.. well, fuck being on the stand. I don't know if other sx-doms would even conceive of thinking that way about other sx-doms.

    But those are typically fringe cases. For an example of what's closer to the norm--this conversation between the two of us. Here, you're are asking questions out of curiosity, attempting to understand a point of view, rather than asserting some polarized view and jumping to conclusions.

    People peg me as sx-last, and I think it fits.


    I can totally see this being true.
    ow wow...i'm not sure what to make of that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stansmith View Post
    So/Sp is the grad school student who enjoys having career-related small talk with acquantinces at Starbucks. Kind of a Fe and Si-ish vibe.
    Kind of...
    If an ENFP is So/Sp...
    We go off on tangents and get distracted easily...
    We tend to be cautious about how we say things, though...

    I'd describe it more as the ultimate "nice guy."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stansmith View Post
    So/Sp is the grad school student who enjoys having career-related small talk with acquantinces at Starbucks. Kind of a Fe and Si-ish vibe.
    Heyyy I enjoy those talks, though I never went to grad school

    Anyway I don't think I know any sx doms, but if I met one I'm sure they would quickly become bored with me and move on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bologna View Post
    When taken too far, sx-man is the prosecutor, while the recipient is the dude on the witness stand who gets subjected to all sorts of polarizing, targeted questions (which are actually more like statements); twists of his answers to fit some agenda; and.. well, sheer pressure. J'accuse! As long as one learns to not play along, though, it's not so bad.

    My personal imagery is more of a mad surgeon strapping patients to my table, hooked up to all sorts of evil monitoring machinery as I poke around their exposed brain while they're still awake. I suppose a prosecutor works too, but it lacks the feel of visceral invasion.



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    Do Sx doms tend to be the craziest and most radical variant?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaptorWizard View Post
    Do Sx doms tend to be the craziest and most radical variant?
    I think so, and Sx last will be the most conservative...
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    That depends on your definition of crazy and radical, imho.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    That depends on your definition of crazy and radical, imho.
    So, what is it like to be a biologist?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    That depends on your definition of crazy and radical, imho.
    that was my thought too.

    really how would i know what it looks like to a non sx dom?
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