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    Yeah I'm not at all biased either. I get along great with people of all types as long as they leave me alone and let me do things my way.
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    When you say "biased", do you mean that they treat them differently then they do iNuitives?

    If so, then I may be biased. It's not because I think they're inferior or unintelligent. It's because our conversation dynamics are different; so I naturally tailor myself somewhat differently when I speak with them. It's kind of like trying to be stylish by speaking ebonics with your black friends, or speaking with accentuated Spanish with my Hispanic friends even though I'm really terrible. I wish I was black, because then I would get dreadlocks or a flattop and all would be right in the mangled world of my hair.

    Or is this about the typology of sensors and their lacking on this forum compared to the intuitives; so some sensors title themselves as intuitives so their names will go unslaked by the negative "bias" here?

    Or is it because we're secretly all sensors and we want to delude ourselves into thinking that we have inherent psychic abilities like some New Age forum for "Indigo Children" or some shit?

    I wish I could see the world in rich, vivid sensor-like detail; but when I do my brain hurts and I start thinking of how poop is a mixture of ALL 3 primary colors. I don't think this a coincidence; I think the universe is trying to tell us something.

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    ^ if you ask us nicely, one of us Sensors who can understand and passably speak Intuitese might explain the techniques to tolerating the terrifying technicolor world we live in
    “The phrase 'Someone ought to do something' was not, by itself, a helpful one. People who used it never added the rider 'and that someone is me'.” - Terry Pratchett

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    What else is new

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustHer View Post
    What else is new
    victor made another post that wasn't in plain english...

    “The phrase 'Someone ought to do something' was not, by itself, a helpful one. People who used it never added the rider 'and that someone is me'.” - Terry Pratchett

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    I think Victor should start 10 threads tonight.
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    generally no, but their's a few sensors I want to gauge but then again their's a for inuitives aswell.
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    I think Victor should start 10 threads tonight.
    that WOULD be new!

    (you thinking it... he might have done it before... all on the evils of the MBTI!)
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    I don't know about other people, I do see the world in rich sensor like detail. That's the problem, eh. I see too much detail. Some times I almost have counsciously filter out the detail.
    Yeah there is a bais, and yeah, I probably am a hypocrite....some times intuitives (especially strong ones) need a place to vent frustrations though. I don't like pouring over the details, until my nose bleeds with the effort (I exgerate), it's not my strength, eh?
    However MBTI needs to be taken with a grain of salt, it's not absolutes, it's a continum of traits, and the older you get the more balanced you become, BTW, ma bestie is a sensor and I love SP's. It's not so weird that I find SJ's difficult at times -communication is sometimes frought with misunderstandings - they are after all utilising functions that I am less adept in. It's takes more effort with people who have a strong preference, not my own.
    In the end they'er just people who breathe, eat and poop....just like me (only I poop rainbows).
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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    ^ if you ask us nicely, one of us Sensors who can understand and passably speak Intuitese might explain the techniques to tolerating the terrifying technicolor world we live in
    Yes, mommy dearest. Touch me. Make me feel like a woman with those sensor prods and pokes.

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