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    you go AWOL for 12 days, and there are 271 topics to sift through!

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    may the force be with you
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    Just look at the ones that are new and sound interesting I was away quite a while in the summer and I didn't even try to read everything that I had missed. Think about it this way - there are so many new and interesting topics to read and discuss.
    EIE, ENFj, intuitive subtype.
    E3 (probably 3w4)

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    well yeah, better avoid the crap :wink:

    And if we think intjs are supposed to be good at separating the main thing from the secondary, eh?

    go figure

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    The problem is that the subjects might not give any indication of how meaningful the topic is.
    EIE, ENFj, intuitive subtype.
    E3 (probably 3w4)

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    LOL

    Btw, does anyone have an explanation for the significantly higher number of messages in the Alpha Quadra compared to the 3 other ones ?

    - Too many internet geeks there ?
    - More topics prone to long discussions ?
    - or the most naturally populated quadra ? (I didn't check the repartition of groups. I can't tell) .

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    Quote Originally Posted by s-castor
    LOL

    Btw, does anyone have an explanation for the significantly higher number of messages in the Alpha Quadra compared to the 3 other ones ?

    - Too many internet geeks there ?
    - More topics prone to long discussions ?
    - or the most naturally populated quadra ? (I didn't check the repartition of groups. I can't tell) .
    Mainly the first I guess. Especially because so many INTjs tend to visit places like this. And I don't think that they topics are so prone to long discussions. Often about 20 people reply to one topic during one night. There are just so many people commenting here.
    I'm not sure, but I've always thought that the quadras are equally populated. On the Internet, however, there is a surprisingly huge amount of INTjs. Should be only 1-2% of the general population.
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    E3 (probably 3w4)

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    For me all my searches on socionics and related stuffs are somehow equal to try to find my own user's guide

    (yeah I must confess I'm a geek )

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    hello, i'm back again. i did just scan through and pick out what seemed like interesting topics. i guess that means that if you soup up your topic with a snazzy/interesting title, it really does work to get a wider audience.

    although, sometimes there are interesting topics cursed to have boring titles, and also titles that are all hype and no substance.

    things are happening in my real life, so i won't be posting as often as i used to.

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