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  1. Minerva
    01-19-2015 04:14 PM
    Sorry about the allowance. What's that? You should be able to delete some to make more "space"?

    Anyway, we can chat more later. See you!
  2. Minerva
    01-19-2015 03:01 PM
    Enneagram Type 8 INTJs are VERY aggressive.

    I don't agree that E7 is an extrovert. He's just an aggressive INTJ, like my brother. At first glance my brother comes off as an ENTJ but the amount of alone time my brother needs and the depth of his understanding of concepts... He isn't an ENTJ. I have also compared him to an ENTJ friend of mine.

    Type 8 INTJs are fucking hilarious to listen to (for me, anyway ). They can be really tactless with their real friends and close family members. What do you think a Type 8 INTJ will read like on a forum?

    What makes you think that E7 is extroverted?

    Waiting to hear your opinion about the others.
  3. Minerva
    01-19-2015 11:15 AM
    Here are arguably the best examples of INTJs on this forum. Look at how they argue and debate and you'll pick up on their patterns.



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  4. Minerva
    01-19-2015 01:26 AM
    You're gonna get me banned for calling people's MBTI into question!
  5. invicta
    01-15-2015 10:20 PM
    It sounds like you stay connected, and that sounds good to me. Christmas has been a bad time of year for me in the past, so I often feel less inclined to participate than maybe I should.
  6. invicta
    01-14-2015 10:10 PM
    Excellent. I had a good Christmas as well--Jarmey and I escape to a resort in Desert Hot Springs for Christmas, it's our tradition of 5 years. The only other people who show up on Christmas are foreign tourists, snowbirds, and desert rats. It's always a mixed bag of eclectic folk out there.

    What did you and Des do for the holidays this year?
  7. invicta
    01-14-2015 09:16 PM
    It's the 9 of Wands from a tarot deck I found on the internet. The Whispering Tarot. I've felt for a while that the 9 of Wands was a very 6w5 card. The warrior, untriumphant, beaten and wary, but still on his feet. I like the struggle in it.

    I'd like to have the deck. Times getting better for me, maybe I'll buy it some day. How's life for you?
  8. Madden
    01-14-2015 04:37 PM
    Peter! Long time, no see.

    Good to see you back.
  9. Seablue
    01-12-2015 11:31 AM
  10. davai
    08-22-2014 01:28 PM
    davai commented on Type me
    5 makes more sense now, though, there's a mistake with the proposed tritype (2 types in head)
  11. Madden
    05-30-2014 09:04 AM
    Yeah, looks like I was right about you and your motivations. How disappointing.

    Oh, and as for telling me to 'fuck off' ironic that you call me 'infantile' for being an INTJ.

    Why don't you write some poetry - get your angst out by doing something productive, instead of swearing at me and calling me names.

  12. Madden
    05-30-2014 08:58 AM
    So have you managed to figure out your own MBTI yet, or indeed your own Enneatype?

    Or do you just find some kind of personal satisfaction and short-lived amusement in nipping at the heels of random INTJs?
  13. Madden
    05-30-2014 08:46 AM
    Okay, I'll read up on the fears of a type 5. Like I said, though, I just completed the test, and came up as a 5. So clearly, you were right about that.

    As for 'wings', I'm not sure how these are calculated.
  14. Madden
    05-30-2014 08:36 AM
    Why are you so interested?
  15. Tocsin
    05-30-2014 03:03 AM
    Tocsin commented on Personifying God.
    "Your posting activity is highly concentrated" I'm sometimes offline for months at a time "and I assume you take little part in blogging or game threads" correct.
  16. Madden
    05-30-2014 02:01 AM
    Hmm. I did an enneagram test again:

    Your main type is Type 5
  17. Madden
    05-30-2014 01:26 AM
    Found this quotation from another forum. You mean this?

    "Enneagram 5w4 types of both INTJ and INTP seem more prone to individualistic ways of thinking and more capable of intersubjective interactions with co-equal peers ... as well as having more of an artistic bent which makes them less dorky, dweeby, and nerdy than their 5w6 counterparts."
  18. Madden
    05-30-2014 01:12 AM
    I see my conceptualisation of the 'ideal' deity (which I don't actually believe in, by the way) not just as a projection of stuff I value, but also as a form of wish-fulfillment. That is, if a God existed, that's how I'd want him to be.

    I'll have to read up on Type 5's to see if the descriptions match up with my personality.

    Seeing as I know myself a sight better than you do, Mr. Petey-McPeterJudgerson.
  19. Madden
    05-30-2014 12:57 AM
    Why are you so interested in my values projections? And, indeed, in my Enneatype?
  20. Madden
    05-30-2014 12:52 AM
    Madden commented on Personifying God.
    Are you religious?

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