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    Default Subjective Ne Type Associations

    My subjective Ne associations with the types...

    ESFj - Red, Blue, Lolly pops, Tap Dancing, Top hat, Green crystal fakeness, roses, romance, kisses, napkins, curls, arched back, dry skin, haa, loony toons

    ESFp - Blue ovals, baseball, manican, scarecrow, princess, power, 3D, long bannana, brown navy fakeness, lover, new yowk, prada, riches, nails, rope, law desk, manhattan, extacy

    ESTj - Black Brown Blue, money, blue suit, cars, beer, short office carpet, keys, rulers, geometry, new car smell, classic, quality, baseball cards, points, america, finance, gold, sword fight, england, library, power tie

    ESTp - Blue black, sex finance, cars, gangster, dimebag, chain, devil, high hair, facial cream, white wife beatter, me me me, solar system, play station, hoody, brand, push, detail, gross, thin finger, plastic, bleeding eyes laugh

    ENFj - Red glazed teacher haaaaa tophat cane envy passion pride skibadu bibap brown fear of blue saxaphone jazz sparkles

    ENFp - Green hippy barefoot grass hooker book english cum scream corny giddy stick acid trip egypt dance camp fire rainbow puppy

    ENTj - Brown green barefoot chips radio rraaaarrrr module force money illness dissonance sawtooth teeth pipe law traffic delivery taco self help gold pirate harrr wires beef jerkey cow boy detective mystery substance d

    ENTp - Green black matrix smooth scalability evolution rhyme analog code flow neo deadded cold deasire for red, fear of blue and pink sine wave nerves time machine clock symetry vector priest sociopath angel bong guitar nintendo

    ISFj - Blue Pink nudity sex sharp knife utility child shape lavish poison rules betray unstable random body robot tool service status anger force violence excuse community church sparkles fake chainsaw iceicle

    ISFp - Red round kisses watermellon candy bubble gum babies skin tingle warm inhale water thirst combine bliss safe yawn diapers abcs connect the dots puppy body smooth plastic skirt white underwear

    ISTj - Unit Blue black thug bike pistol gangster leather jacket shy ally cat plato weak open chain lab coat microscope dna death robot brain chakra snake gloves skull cap hippy pocket stomp

    ISTp - Blue Black robot firm baseball dry white vocabulary toungue nose papers documents coffee rubber process cars dyke good ol avatar diner table cold family duty bullet cocaine ocean

    INFj - Plum green elastic genetals plants truffula tree poem warm hidden mystical electric cord tree chakra run hadugen plastic chain sweat pants wheel chair spirals hump happy haloween tears owl

    INFp - Red heart clothes brand rigid angle green knife smile tilt vulnerable music bach spirit mystery book clean dirt orange casino horse top hat puppy herbs

    INTj - Black cape grease component chips heart artery brain round smooth dinosaurs mess violin snarl piles feather pen english prince importance document theory smell invincibility dominos small mouse trap focus hard boil fight to be or not to be atomic bomb vibrate

    INTp - Fancy brown hey buddy patent lawyer idea math fractal green hippy image cool power anger child circuit elegance barefeet anime infinity chess game sue weapon flight california snoopy mudulation digital to analog converter


    I probably left out many associations, but these should paint a picture. Some of these are mixed for both subtypes where it may only apply to one.
    -Slava


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    Haha wow, this is one hilarious string of gibberish... are you high?

    It slowly made more sense as I read... good work all in all

    My favorite passage: "high hair, facial cream, white wife beater"...
    Or perhaps "red glazed teacher haaaaa tophat"...
    Closely followed by "skibadu bibap". Ella Fitzgerald = ENFj?
    ENTp

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    oh my god what the hell is that Slava!
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    Is ee what you are doing Slava, and I appreciate it. Personally though I don't know how to differentiate one association trend from the other, they seem similar to me. Perhaps you could do this in a different way, in a way that would clearly differentiate between the types.
    Well I am back. How's everyone? Don't have as much time now, but glad to see some of the old gang are still here.

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    ESTp - Jerk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikemex
    ESTp - Jerk.
    This one ain't random!
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    The only problem with the associations is that they have to be sequential and because of this they stray from the main node because of the contextual connection based on the previous term, however i tried hard to clear my mind each time. Some connections go through a couple of layers of other "obvious connections", The idea of this is to use all connections together to strike a statistical cord, that is if you see the same connections as I do and at a similar depth. Otherwise there aren't any cords to be struck. No I wasn't high but if I was that list would be much longer and very trippy :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slava
    The only problem with the associations is that they have to be sequential and because of this they stray from the main node because of the contextual connection based on the previous term, however i tried hard to clear my mind each time. Some connections go through a couple of layers of other "obvious connections", The idea of this is to use all connections together to strike a statistical cord, that is if you see the same connections as I do and at a similar depth. Otherwise there aren't any cords to be struck. No I wasn't high but if I was that list would be much longer and very trippy :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dioklecian
    Is ee what you are doing Slava, and I appreciate it. Personally though I don't know how to differentiate one association trend from the other, they seem similar to me. Perhaps you could do this in a different way, in a way that would clearly differentiate between the types.
    this says something.

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    did you mean INFj plum like the color purple?

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    Quote Originally Posted by niffweed17
    Quote Originally Posted by Dioklecian
    Is ee what you are doing Slava, and I appreciate it. Personally though I don't know how to differentiate one association trend from the other, they seem similar to me. Perhaps you could do this in a different way, in a way that would clearly differentiate between the types.
    this says something.
    Haha!
    ENTp

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dioklecian
    Is ee what you are doing Slava, and I appreciate it. Personally though I don't know how to differentiate one association trend from the other, they seem similar to me. Perhaps you could do this in a different way, in a way that would clearly differentiate between the types.
    Sorry about the lack of inclusion, but this is pure Ne stuff, if you don't see and memorize the world in an Ne way, you will not have the foundation to extract order from this data. I can however convert it to Te for you, at least the method, not the data. Take the following data for example...

    [My Car]
    Type: A mechanism / Tool
    Color: Black

    [My Socks]
    Type: External Bodily Covering
    Color: White

    [My Shirt]
    Type: External Bodily Covering
    Color: Black

    Now lets say I said... {Dark. Gears}
    Dark generalizes to Black
    Gears generalizes to mechanics
    Then you query the entire collection of objects and match the properties. (something that the brain does instantaniously, i hope, and something computers can only do procedurally... although quantum computing and DNA computers are trying to make things more parallel)

    Everything can be generalized to something more simple, and everything simple can be linked via relational association (see Entity Relationship Model)

    Toilet paper for example is associated with porcelin. Why? because toilet paper is spatially very likely to be in the proximity of a toilet (lets hope), and is also associated functionally by procedure transition links of the bathroom utilization process. It is these informational proximities that allow you to narrow things down on an information map. You can say a billion random things and they will narrow the associations down to one point.
    -Slava


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    Despite the initial absurdity of this thread, the more you develop this idea, the more I find myself associating with it!

    I've found computer science courses very fulfilling, because I have this bizarre knack for conceptualizing the world the same way as Java does

    I see a lot of that in your writings too, e.g.:

    "toilet paper is spatially very likely to be in the proximity of a toilet (lets hope), and is also associated functionally by procedure transition links of the bathroom utilization process."
    ENTp

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