Just fyi, you can be cured from the disease that is socionics. After not thinking about it for a while, I have completely stopped involuntarily typing people I meet in everyday life. I think it's a useful tool for a sort of rudimentary understanding of people, a useful tool to get you off the ground in understanding how people tick, but maybe ultimately a little limiting. I think it could also be useful for literary criticism.
But yeah, I just thought I'd say that. Someone can move this to anything goes if you like, or this can turn into a real discussion of the merits and disadvantages of using socionics as a cognitive\social tool in real life. Either way.
I do still kinda miss this place, but I suppose it's like socionics---helpful and healthy at a certain phase of my life, maybe less helpful and healthy now? Not sure.