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  1. Cygnus
    04-08-2013 08:03 PM
    Cygnus commented on Why is Ni the most rare dominant function?
    Actually it was more for the audience of the topic in general, since the information reference has value and many would not ask. If he got a warm fuzzy from the attention...yay for him, but I knew that going into my reply, thus the specific...wording.
  2. Monte314
    03-06-2013 02:21 PM
    Monte314 commented on Random Thoughts Thread
    Also works for divisibility by 9...
  3. Dung
    02-28-2013 02:08 AM
    Dung commented on Selling (mostly skills and services)
    I think we agree - as an independent selling services, my focus is a keeping a cluster of "good" clients that I do repeat business with. Those willing to pay the fair price (high) for quality work. Those willing to pay less for more are usually the worse to work with and for on every level.
  4. Bisclavret
    02-11-2013 07:03 PM
    Bisclavret commented on Magic & Parallel Universes
    How could I forget that quote...
  5. Tahiti
    02-01-2013 05:06 AM
    Tahiti commented on Free Will v Determinism
    Bored and had to kill time in school
  6. psykhe
    01-30-2013 05:11 PM
    psykhe commented on Three months notice?
    Great advice.
  7. vampyroteuthis
    01-28-2013 01:16 AM
    vampyroteuthis commented on Order of functions - cheat sheet
    Nothing to contribute in the thread but this is awesome. Thank you!
  8. Exelone
    01-27-2013 04:31 PM
    Exelone commented on Obsessive-compulsive tendencies in INTJs...
    that's normal if you think it ain't.
  9. jndiii
    Yeah, been there, done that. W/r to Fi, I recommend Miguel Ruiz's books as an example of mature Fi. A fellow INTJ on this site recommended them. Also, check out the Tao Te Ching - it's saturated in Ni-Fi, and it clicked for me in a surprising way.
  10. JuxtAposE
    Well played.

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