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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.
    "Move swiftly."

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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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    There aren't any good guys, and there aren't any bad guys.
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    Doing our best to get by.


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    ISJs are weird
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    -Cicero

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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.
    “ they’re on our left, they’re on our right, they’re in front of us, they’re behind us…they can’t get away this time”

    "These voices scream at me "Let it go!"
    (never let go)
    This time I'm screaming back "No! No! No!"
    (Go on say no)
    My mind's made up, yeah my fear is gone
    Open my eyes now here I come: Oblivion."

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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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