This guy is not a criminal, neither is his wife
That's not what Microsoft would have you think... :POriginally Posted by Dioklecian
That faith makes blessed under certain circumstances, that blessedness does not make of a fixed idea a true idea, that faith moves no mountains but puts mountains where there are none: a quick walk through a madhouse enlightens one sufficiently about this. (A casual stroll through the lunatic asylum shows that faith does not prove anything.) - Friedrich Nietzsche
ROFLOLOriginally Posted by niveK
I think it is, what do you type his wife as ?Originally Posted by consentingadult
How about ESFP?
Yes I am the most autistic person in this forum according to a test. My type is INTP according to smilingeyes and myself, I test as INFP (always) and most people in this website think that I am INTJ.Originally Posted by consentingadult
What impression to I give you? Why autistic?
I have exchanged info with autistic people in the past, on forums and in chats. They give me the impression that they're very willing to connect, but that they don't really hear what I'm saying. I have the same feeling right now. So it's an experience thing.
That would be similar to what Ann told me once.
Do you know what that means? THe willingness to connect but not hearing I mean. Is it inability? Is it present in all their communications?
From what I know from (genuine) autism, it's that autictic people can't really put themselves in other peoples shoes. E.g. if they're in love with someone, it's very hard for them to understand if the other person is not also in love with them.
And yes, it's basically a one way communication thing. But not one that I experience as offensive.
B.t.w. I'm not implying that you are autistic, only that the feeling is invoked in me.
Your feelings are very accuteOriginally Posted by consentingadult
I am not autistic medically, but some of my behaviours are. I just noticed that I had been listening to the same song for 2 hours non stop.
autism, just like ADD and ADHD, are symptoms where there is no clear line between "normal" and "disorder". Many ADD/ADHD types test as ENTps or ENFps, although not vice versa. This has even led some people to believe that some "normal" ENTps are sometimes misdiagnosed as ADD/ADHD: it's not the child that's really the problem, it's the environment that can't handle it.
When I myself was a toddler, before the kindergarten age, I was taken into medical childcare, because I was a very "busy" child (in those days, the late sixties, the abbrevs. ADD/ADHD didn't yet exist). As an adult, I'm doing pretty fine, although sometimes I still do exhaust people.
We're all "crazy" to some extent :wink:
I was wondering if I can identify the autistic behaviour spesifically, how can I listen better?
It could be that others would be upset with me, and often they are.Originally Posted by consentingadult
This autistic behaviour is a learned behaviour in my case, not structural, so its' quite easy to change over time I think. Any suggestions would helpful.
Well, my advice would be: take your time and gather people around you that accept you for who you are.
I'll share a story with you, perhaps this gives an idea:
when I was 14, I moved from Amsterdam (which some people seem to confuse with Sodom and Gamorra ) to a brand new suburbia: a town full of "average" people, mostly SF types in those days. In that period I became withdrawn in social life, and had only very a few friends. A lot of people, especially in my family, considered me to be very introvert and very passive. I "hated" the idiots around me, showed it, and they "hated" me back :wink:
When I was 19, I went to university, and on day one I met people I could relate to, the the level that I felt intoxicated. I became very extrovert, outgoing, enterprising etc. etc. and as a by effect, also more accepting of people I didn't use to like before, and they of me. Now this, of course, also has to do with (coming of) age, but the morale of this story is, that is is important to have people around that you can relate to. In hindsight, it was not a good move from my parents to move to suburbia, although it was a good move for my xSxF brothers. But hey, what did my SF parents know about Psychological Type and quadras?
I also know a story of a girl with an IQ of 150. She was always shy and withdrawn, she simply couldn't connect. Then, one day, she found out about a club of high-IQ people, which she joined. Overnight herwhole personality seem to change: she turned out to be very talkative and even funny, and was delighted to find people that laughed about her jokes. She descibed it as a sort of homecoming.
So my advice: unless you need professional psychological help, perhaps you are the odd person out and all you need is a change of scenery: get into contact with people you can relate to. It's no use to force yourself into being what you are not.
Thats' great, thank you. I am out of place because my mother has worked very hard to make that happen, its' quite tragic. I feel terribly out of place, with no emotional bonds or attachments
I am not quite sure how to go about creating them.
This is ancient but I can not think anything else than alpha.
He is quite funny, self-deprecating and blunt on online . Let's see:
Security people are often the black-and-white kind of people that I can't stand. I think the OpenBSD crowd is a bunch of masturbating monkeys, in that they make such a big deal about concentrating on security to the point where they pretty much admit that nothing else matters to them.My name is Linus Torvalds and I am your god.Most days I wake up thinking I'm the luckiest bastard alive.I'm an egotistical bastard, and I name all my projects after myself. First Linux, now git.There aren't enough swear-words in the English language, so now I'll have to call you perkeleen vittupää just to express my disgust and frustration with this crap.ILE would be a good candidate. He didn't like the business published the kernel for free but got rich first after his project gained popularity (people just gave him money). Fi is not valued. That is clear.We don't merge kernel code just because user space was written by a retarded monkey on crack.
From me one can not demand and expect:
- practicality of ideas;
- punctuality and diligence;
- consistency and completeness;
- constant order in the home and in the workplace;
- quality of routine work;
- soft skills to adapt to the interlocutor.