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    Junior Member Spartan's Avatar
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    I don't collect things very much. I remember one time when I was like 10 when I would collect the coupons down the aisles of the grocery stores, but besides that, collecting isn't a hobby.
    If I haven't used something for a long amount of time and it has some value, chances are I will put it up on eBay or have a garage sale.
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    I collect comic books. Mostly DC, few Marvel/Dark Horse/Arcana/Aspen/etc. or independent. Green Lantern & Corps., Blue Beetle, and Simon Dark are my current favorites.

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    Collecting things would conflict with my need to be burdened with as few possessions as possible. I do have an impulse to preserve old things that matter to me like Commodore computers. I have a C=64 which I keep in my closet but if I were to start buying complete sets of Commodore hardware on eBay it would consume me and I would have all that junk lying around unused. So I don't let myself get started on anything.

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    I am the Cat who walks by himself; and all places are alike to me...

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    ISJs are weird

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    Quote Originally Posted by asynartetic View Post
    ISJs are weird
    I find them them quite dull...but I greatly appreciate their practicality and grounded...ness.

    My grandfather is an ISTJ. The only thing he's collected ( To my knowledge) are national geographic. His garage is FULL of them dating back to...probably the begining of their publication.
    " Do something, even if it's wrong."

    " I don't wanna have to but I will, if that's what I'm supposed to do
    We don't wanna set up for the kill, but that's what I'm 'bout to do."

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    Socionics describes SLI (Si-Te) as being anti-collectors, throwing away anything they don't need without hesitation. True for me - I enjoy simplicity, as too many objects have an overbearing impact on the psyche. Collecting knowledge is different though - ISTJ's typically collect a lot of knowledge. In that way they are more factual rather than logical, as compared to NTP's. Interestingly, the collectors of material objects that I do know happen to be ENFJ and INFJ.

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    I do have a tendency to collect and archive things, I do do.

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