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    Most Ive known here on the forum and clicked with are great, smart and intriguing...unfortunately most also notice way sooner than some other types and care way more that this forum is addictive and a huge time sink

    Most leave not soon after.
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    This thread is full of projection and envy.
    All for ourselves, and nothing for other people, seems, in every age of the world, to have been the vile maxim of the masters of mankind.
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    Quote Originally Posted by yenom View Post
    That doesn't explain why they infested personality cafe forum.

    The truth is I drove them away here because realized its pointless to brag about their achievements here when they realize they are a fraud. There used to be a shitload of ENTJs here that say they are going to take over the world.
    ENTJ have a reason to hang around mbti forum because they are the type most likely to brag about their superiority using the mbti label, because they only get recognized in the MBTI community as being "gods". In the real world, they don't get this kind of recongnition, because nobody gives a shit about the MBTI , they are losers just like everybody else.
    That is absolute nonsense. I imagine a few ENTJs can have a superiority complex due to Te and Ni, and with Fi as the inferior, but I don't see ENTJs bragging about their accomplishments any more than I would an INTJ or INTP. Yes, you will find some vain people. I also thought that INTJs were seen as Gods lol; that is also in dispute.
    We all know that INTPs are the actual Gods; geniuses in their own rights who, if they made an effort to get things done, would rule the world.

    Just to say why I think the argument put forward is nonsense is because (1) vain ENTJs like that would likely not budge as they can easily take the moral high ground and stay there (I've seen it), and (2) there would be consistent ENTJs moving through the forums here, causing chaos as they went.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lark View Post
    This thread is full of projection and envy.
    Lol, made me spill my coffee.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tessertime View Post
    That is absolute nonsense. I imagine a few ENTJs can have a superiority complex due to Te and Ni, and with Fi as the inferior, but I don't see ENTJs bragging about their accomplishments any more than I would an INTJ or INTP. Yes, you will find some vain people. I also thought that INTJs were seen as Gods lol; that is also in dispute.
    Sorry, I don't agree.
    We all know that INTPs are the actual Gods; geniuses in their own rights who, if they made an effort to get things done, would rule the world.
    BS, if you are capable of ruling the world, you would not suck another type's dick.


    Just to say why I think the argument put forward is nonsense is because (1) vain ENTJs like that would likely not budge as they can easily take the moral high ground and stay there (I've seen it), and (2) there would be consistent ENTJs moving through the forums here, causing chaos as they went.
    Sorry, I don't understand what you are saying here.


    Go visit Personality Cafe. There are shitloads of them there. You only have a limited time to there because I will take over that place eventually and rape them like they never been raped before.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tessertime View Post
    Lol, made me spill my coffee.
    I dont think you're old enough to drink coffee.
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    whether or not you credit psychoanalysis itself, the fact remains that we all must, to the greatest extent possible, understand one another's minds as our own; the very survival of humanity has always depended on it. - Open Culture
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    I've remarked on the fact before that there's less ENTs around here period, not just ENTJs, than there have been in the past. But, to get to the point, there are a couple of reason why I think there are less ENJs around here.

    First is that ENJs are more likely than others to come to this site with a very specific goal in mind, and are likely to move on once that goal has been fufilled. That gets at a second semi-related point which is that the inner workings of typology are not as compelling to us as the fact that it works (if that makes any sense). Endless rumination over a subject doesn't appeal as much as getting out and applying it in a practical way.

    Finally, the thing that keeps most of the active members here has nothing to do with typology itself, but with the social component of the site. I know this last one is a barrier to entry, but I'm not 100% sure why. We tend to be more conservative, so the idea of building online relationships may seem a little far out/pointless. And assuming that's not an issue, our pride probably wouldn't allow for us to invest the time in navigating a site as clique-y as this one. If there are more active ENJs at personalitycafe as someone mentioned, it's either because a)the people there are mistyped, or b)the forum's culture is more open than this one's is.

    More tangibly, most of the ENTJs that I've known here have left simply because life called and it was time to move on. Sometimes shit's just that simple.
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    I dont think this site is a closed shop or cliquey
    All for ourselves, and nothing for other people, seems, in every age of the world, to have been the vile maxim of the masters of mankind.
    Chapter IV, p. 448. - Adam Smith, Book 3, The Wealth of Nations

    whether or not you credit psychoanalysis itself, the fact remains that we all must, to the greatest extent possible, understand one another's minds as our own; the very survival of humanity has always depended on it. - Open Culture

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    Quote Originally Posted by yenom View Post
    That doesn't explain why they infested personality cafe forum.

    The truth is I drove them away here because realized its pointless to brag about their achievements here when they realize they are a fraud. There used to be a shitload of ENTJs here that say they are going to take over the world.
    ENTJ have a reason to hang around mbti forum because they are the type most likely to brag about their superiority using the mbti label, because they only get recognized in the MBTI community as being "gods". In the real world, they don't get this kind of recongnition, because nobody gives a shit about the MBTI , they are losers just like everybody else.
    If it means that much to you, sweetheart, we could make you an honorary member. We'd get you your own decoder ring and everything.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SilkRoad View Post
    Because of course MBTI type is THE number one indicator of intelligence level...
    Yes, because that's EXACTLY what I said.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lark View Post
    I dont think this site is a closed shop or cliquey
    You also didn't know who MacGuffin was...

    Quote Originally Posted by Wind-Up Rex View Post
    I've remarked on the fact before that there's less ENTs around here period, not just ENTJs, than there have been in the past. But, to get to the point, there are a couple of reason why I think there are less ENJs around here.

    First is that ENJs are more likely than others to come to this site with a very specific goal in mind, and are likely to move on once that goal has been fufilled. That gets at a second semi-related point which is that the inner workings of typology are not as compelling to us as the fact that it works (if that makes any sense). Endless rumination over a subject doesn't appeal as much as getting out and applying to it in a practical way.

    Finally, the thing that keeps most of the active members here has nothing to do with typology itself, but with the social component of the site. I know this last one is a barrier to entry, but I'm not 100% sure why. We tend to be more conservative, so the idea of building online relationships may seem a little far out/pointless. And assuming that's not an issue, our pride probably wouldn't allow for us to invest the time in navigating a site as clique-y as this one. If there are more active ENJs at personalitycafe as someone mentioned, it's either because a)the people there are mistyped, or b)the forum's culture is more open than this one's is.

    More tangibly, most of the ENTJs that I've known here have left simply because life called and it was time to move on. Sometimes shit's just that simple.
    Pretty much what Rex said.

    Most ENJs would find spending time on a forum a waste.

    Part of that is probably cuz they're busy doing shit in the real world.

    But some part of it is probably because, on average, they're less intelligent.

    An interesting question is whether the ones who do come here are more intelligent than average for their type.
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