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    Do you ever get hit where it hurts (in your PoLR)? If so, how? Tell us about it!

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    I dislike it when people hit me.
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    It's impossible for me to get PoLR hit because I recognise the inherent uselessness of Fi.
    Ideas don't determine who's right. Power determines who's right. And I have the power. So I'm right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ezra View Post
    It's impossible for me to get PoLR hit because I recognise the inherent uselessness of Fi.
    but...

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    you can see the Fi dual seeking desire in his eyes
    IT'S IN YOUR FUCKING EYES, EZRA!!@!@#!@

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    PoLR hits vary and the word 'hit' is seriously misleading. Depending on the circumstances, the context, the actual nature of the 'hit' and my specific mood, a PoLR hit can range from mild irritation (like a mosquito buzzing around my head), to a sense of helplessness and frustration (like I've just spilled coffee over my new white dress again), to absolutely senseless FURY (like being stung by a wasp and then being fucking determined TO KILL THAT FUCKING ASS WASP).
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    Quote Originally Posted by unefille View Post
    PoLR hits vary and the word 'hit' is seriously misleading. Depending on the circumstances, the context, the actual nature of the 'hit' and my specific mood, a PoLR hit can range from mild irritation (like a mosquito buzzing around my head), to a sense of helplessness and frustration (like I've just spilled coffee over my new white dress again), to absolutely senseless FURY (like being stung by a wasp and then being fucking determined TO KILL THAT FUCKING ASS WASP).
    Are these anecdotes supposed to reflect Si polr hits, lol?

    ftr I'd kill the motherfucker too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by strrrng View Post
    Are these anecdotes supposed to reflect Si polr hits, lol?

    ftr I'd kill the motherfucker too.
    haha, no, I was just trying to capture the different gradations of emotional reaction - they just all turned out to be physical things that bug me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by unefille View Post
    haha, no, I was just trying to capture the different gradations of emotional reaction - they just all turned out to be physical things that bug me.
    Oh, ok lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ezra View Post
    It's impossible for me to get PoLR hit because I recognise the inherent uselessness of Fi.


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    lol

    Well I've gotten my PoLR and my leading function mixed up. So I guess PoLR hits aren't that bad.
    hmmm

    Quote Originally Posted by unefille View Post
    PoLR hits vary and the word 'hit' is seriously misleading. Depending on the circumstances, the context, the actual nature of the 'hit' and my specific mood, a PoLR hit can range from mild irritation (like a mosquito buzzing around my head), to a sense of helplessness and frustration (like I've just spilled coffee over my new white dress again), to absolutely senseless FURY (like being stung by a wasp and then being fucking determined TO KILL THAT FUCKING ASS WASP).
    That sounds pretty PoLR





    To me a PoLR hit is when I use all of my resources to go full force and the worst never comes, so they are ultimately wasted and have to be salvaged and redistributed. Another is when I have derived a very strong argument from first principles and then someone comes along with another perspective (which is usually totally irrelevant) and tries to deprecate the entire theory with some outlandish possibility.

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    When you act pushy towards a Se-PoLR person, is this to be considered as the PoLR hit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allie View Post
    No.
    You would say that

    You're practically Se-leading

    BTW, I would guess that maybe ESIs don't have enough faith in uncertain or high-risk ventures. LSIs can be like that too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tuturututu View Post
    When you act pushy towards a Se-PoLR person, is this to be considered as the PoLR hit?
    There is a difference between being pushy and applying .

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    Quote Originally Posted by strrrng View Post
    There is a difference between being pushy and applying .
    In my experience -leading and -creative are the pushiest functions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Huitzilopochtli View Post
    In my experience -leading and -creative are the pushiest functions.
    It all depends on how we're defining the semantics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by strrrng View Post
    It all depends on how we're defining the semantics.
    In terms of people telling me what to do / how to think or forcing me into some type of relationship / evaluating my social status, I think they are pushy. But LXEs and XEEs are not all this way.

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    so I guess I find emotion-creating objectivists to be pushy,

    1) for trying to force emotions and
    2) for trying to force objectives =)

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