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  1. InnVersion
    06-14-2016 03:08 AM
    InnVersion
    Congrats on the romance TS.
  2. Madden
    06-13-2016 11:31 AM
    Madden
    Oops, I thought you were commenting on what I was saying to Doob about pikachu.

    You were commenting on the fact I wouldn't be taken aback by someone asking me 'How are you doing'. I stand by that. I wouldn't take it as intrusive, or an indication that they thought something was wrong with me. I'd take it as friendly concern.
  3. Madden
    06-13-2016 11:23 AM
    Madden
    It was meant as a joke.
  4. InnVersion
    06-12-2016 08:21 PM
    InnVersion
    "You got that right .... you sure got that right." From a Lynyrd Skynyrd song. Lol. That song is now pining in my head.
  5. ppu6502
    06-11-2016 05:18 PM
    ppu6502
    It's because INTJs are logical, so a logical thread like that makes logical sense.
  6. Teybo
    06-08-2016 09:12 PM
    Teybo
    From one viewpoint: Banal.
  7. ness2361
    06-08-2016 03:14 PM
    ness2361
    I'm glad you have them saved online. I've lost so many photos, and more, through the years, when various computers crashed.

    Also, one time when the so-called GeekSquad at BestBuy accidentally erased my harddrive without a backup.

    I'm so damn even-tempered... the manager was afraid when he approached me, to tell me what happened (I look scary, sometimes in person--I'm told), and I was cool with him; hell, he didn't do it.

    I didn't sue either, and everyone said I should because I lost my writing along with stuff that didn't matter as much.

    I learned a lot.

    Like never go to BestBuy for computer help.

    Always back up my manuscript, and keep any photos I care about on Shutterfly, elsewhere.
  8. Dancingqueen
    06-08-2016 03:01 PM
    Dancingqueen
    Fi/Ti blur - both are stubborn in their worldview. Both reach conclusions in and of themselves not grounded in anything external to them. Hard to tease them apart sometimes. Both stubborn and irrational if we assume that internal, self consistent, self referential logic can be viewed as irrational by those who took a different path.
  9. ness2361
    06-08-2016 02:49 PM
    ness2361 commented on Which MBTI type best fits the user above you?
    You have some of the best avatars, to my mind/eye. I can feel the sand, the ledge, the metal sculpture. Really a great one. I hope you keep it in your rotation.
  10. GreyCrow
  11. Dancingqueen
    06-08-2016 11:19 AM
    Dancingqueen
    Those function tests are notoriously limited. All NTs score highly on Ni, Ne, Ti and Te. I tried building one myself and ran into the same problem. We are all using different legends for our maps. BTW, they haven't found a good way to distinguish between Fi and Ti either.
  12. Dancingqueen
    06-08-2016 11:16 AM
    Dancingqueen
    Te isn't so much planning as reacting decisively. This is Te:

    Click the image to open in full size.


    It's not forward thinking or detailed enough on it's own. It's an engineering execute function.
  13. Dancingqueen
    06-08-2016 11:14 AM
    Dancingqueen
    I seem to have the traits of both INTJ and ENTJ. Hard to say..either ENTJ or INTJ e8.
  14. Dancingqueen
    06-08-2016 10:57 AM
    Dancingqueen
    I have Ni/Te (maybe Te/Ni) and I can't read anything hidden at all within the realm of individual motives. I'm quite straightforward and assume others must be as well. Subterfuge confounds me, it's my greatest failing.
  15. Dancingqueen
    06-08-2016 10:55 AM
    Dancingqueen

     
    random flashes of "insight" (usually centering on people) that aren't comparable to Ti.

    That's inferior Fe (unconscious - so it's black box) combined with strong Ti. That combo is amazing at knowing people's hidden motivations/drives without knowing how it knows. My SO (INTp) has this ability and so does my ISTP snowboard instructor. They can both tell from one initial glance whether someone is malevolent or not.

  16. Dancingqueen
    06-08-2016 08:51 AM
    Dancingqueen
    The fact that you would pick that Camus book as your user name is an excellent indicator of type. The absurdity of life, the existential crisis - the tone of the book - the viewing of emotions as naturally separate and observable seems INTP in the same tone as Murakami or Pirsig does.
  17. Dancingqueen
    06-08-2016 08:41 AM
    Dancingqueen commented on Random Thoughts Thread
    LOL! You sure did.
  18. Dancingqueen
    06-08-2016 08:39 AM
    Dancingqueen
    Ti focuses on patterns (as in what fits and how). Ni seems to be about looking underneath to see the underlying meaning, imo (in a cause/effect directional manner or in a lens switching/perspective changing manner) and Ne seems to be about generating new, creative ideas as a means of answering questions/finding meaning/or just having fun going down the rabbit hole of various possibilities- Ti takes these iterations and fits them into a meaningful diagram. Te wants to execute real world solutions and doesn't need an entire diagram of how everything is connected or works - it quick, dirty and effective. I see Ne in you and I think Ti (haven't seen any evidence for Te so I don't think you're INFP) - can't tell the order online though... Do you think I'm rightly typed?
  19. Dancingqueen
    06-08-2016 06:35 AM
    Dancingqueen
    You could be Ne-Ti but I definitely see those two functions.
  20. Dancingqueen
    06-07-2016 07:11 PM
    Dancingqueen
    I'm all out, sorry. I do have a few INTP cards left though.

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