Kind of interesting developments here....
Maritsa, no offense, but I don't think the comparisons to me are helping your argument for EII. It's possible and very likely to identify strongly with people who are not your socionics type, or even in the same quadra, particularly if the other person is know from "afar" or through an indirect medium. This is essentially why people like books, movies, music, etc. from more than one type or quadra.
I also think that it's important to distinguish between socionics and non-socionics characteristics. Occasionally people will misinterpret superficial traits as socionics related- i.e. "She has to be XXX type because she yells a lot." But to counterargue "person of type XXX also yells" is almost just as annoying and wrong, because the real argument is that it's probably not type related.
One thing which, I think, I always did in my posts was try to express my motivations for my actions and the POV that informed my decisions. I did this because I think that it's impossible to correctly type people by understanding them at only a very superficial level. Often when people- and a lot did- argue that I wasn't EII I tried to provide them with a better understanding of why I was doing what I was.
Maritsa, I think a lot of the similarities you cite between me and you are based on basic appearances. I may have missed this, but I don't see you referencing posts where I have said what I do and why I do it and citing a similar action + motive for yourself. That would constitute better "proof" for me.
If you still do want to compare yourself to me: I do see a big difference in our attitude toward the forum, what we derive from it, the reason why we post, how we interact with people, etc. I also don't see you really interpreting what I'm saying for yourself- you more just identify with what I write- and that is something markedly different to me. For what it's worth, I have to say that the person I feel most similar to on this forum is Mariella. I agree with essentially all of the comments and observations I've read of hers since I left. And if I didn't feel like I was in an awkward position, I probably would have said them myself.
In general, though, I don't think it's good practice to type yourself based on a strong identification with one person. For one thing, it leads to highly imitative behavior. For another thing, as I mentioned above, it can easily circumvent an analysis of socionics values.