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  1. INTJRyan
    01-07-2016 06:42 PM
    INTJRyan
    Hey man! Yeah kinda watching from afar when I'm notified of train wreck threads. haven't felt much like participating as things have been crazy for like 6 months. How are things?
  2. Ktheprogbulldog
    01-04-2016 10:53 PM
    Ktheprogbulldog
    Thank you! I like canines and felines equally for they entertain me so.

    It really can be at times, and it was a much needed reprieve, but it feels wonderful to be back.
  3. Ktheprogbulldog
    01-01-2016 01:09 PM
    Ktheprogbulldog
    Thank you. I am back but won't be on as much as normal due to what is going on in my personal life, but I have returned. :D
  4. godwantsplastic
    Holy shit, did you actually read it?
  5. Suraj
    12-25-2015 12:39 PM
    Suraj
    Thanks for pointing to that other work of Baron-Cohen's. My current atittude toward The Essential Difference is basically equivalent to yours, vis--vis Science of Evil (which--boy, is that the mother of book-title advertising! Giving Nietzsche's Beyond Good and Evil a sure run for its money, there).
  6. icuepawns
    12-24-2015 10:02 PM
    icuepawns
    You do not know the meaning of something that you said? That is interesting.

    Who is to say that I am not also joking around?
    After all, I am just another whimsical, air-headed feeler
    I hope that you can forgive my foolish curiosity :/
  7. icuepawns
    What does that mean?
  8. vampyroteuthis
    12-24-2015 04:32 PM
    vampyroteuthis
    And you can't fool me with your phantom graphics, that cat isn't really undead.
  9. vampyroteuthis
    12-24-2015 04:32 PM
    vampyroteuthis
    O RELLY?!! YOU gotta go, beh!
  10. Dancingqueen
    Thank you, that's high praise.
  11. Ktheprogbulldog
  12. ButterflyPsyche
    12-23-2015 09:59 PM
    ButterflyPsyche
    Being aloof doesn't mean you're bad with or dislike people. It means you keep stuff to yourself, like you aren't one to air your dirty laundry so soon, you know?
  13. ButterflyPsyche
    12-23-2015 09:41 PM
    ButterflyPsyche
    You're not vague so much as aloof.
  14. scroses
    12-23-2015 09:13 PM
    scroses
    Hahah!
  15. scroses
    12-23-2015 09:12 PM
    scroses
    Ohh I see! I tend to do that a lot I find.
  16. Ktheprogbulldog
    12-23-2015 07:59 PM
    Ktheprogbulldog
    He is.
  17. Dancingqueen
    12-22-2015 03:05 PM
    Dancingqueen
    I don't see myself as INTJ per se, the description fits best but I've met many and I seem to be much more assertive and in charge and impatient than other female INTJs. The worst aspects of me seem to be ENTJ. I understand how INTJs think, I can spot NTJ though processes because they mirror my own. Not sure still but I think I'm a very-particular-about-people-I-allow-into-my-space extrovert. :shrug:

    The way you express yourself is alien to me, in that I have to parse it into my own language. You write multi-colour/multi-dimension and I have to translate that back into less nuanced, less textured, black and white stick figures. I've noticed I have have to do this type of translation with most INTPs (who have high level of processing power).
  18. Dancingqueen
    12-22-2015 08:24 AM
    Dancingqueen
    Interesting, I guess that changes the question to: do others view you as your stated type irrespective of actual type and do they assume characteristics in you that you may not in fact possess? I still see you as blatantly INTP, your writing style gives it away.

    Alternatively, it could be what I said above but I tend to not believe that hypothesis in general - other people can see what is not visible from the inside due to their broader view.
  19. Dancingqueen
    12-21-2015 03:38 PM
    Dancingqueen
    Are you actively attempting to switch your 'p' to a 'j' by changing the story you tell yourself? Forgive me if I'm mistaken but if that is indeed the case - it's easier to tackle the desired behavior directly. It only takes three months to form a new habit - setting an alarm for a 10 minute interval, at the same every day and then committing to the behavior during that 10 minutes can help you achieve your goal easier than hacking your self perception. *sorry if the advice was unwarranted*
  20. Dancingqueen
    12-21-2015 03:34 PM
    Dancingqueen
    It's the worst, I've taken to writing out long posts in Word to preventing disappointment.

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