Something that has always intrigued me and befuddles me is the process by which a loophole can be found in a rule or law or something similar.
What I mean by that is, it's sort of a mystery to me how this is accomplished. I've found myself countless times looking at a rule or law and just seeing it for what it is and what it covers. Whenever someone then says "Hey! The rule doesn't say you can't do this!", I usually can see what it is that they're saying, but I wouldn't have been able to come up with it myself. It's always been a blind spot and it's something that I've never been able to do (not that I'd want to exploit things in such ways) even if I "tried".
So, this is not a question of the propensity of a person to use loopholes, nor is it a question of trying to show me how people find loopholes, nor is this an ethical statement about finding loopholes. I'm not interested in knowing how it's done to use it for my own benefit. Rather, I'm just rather curious as to what is it socionically that is done that allows a person to see these openings in structures.