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    Quote Originally Posted by squark View Post
    Why try to convince him of anything? He knows his type, and does indeed have a better basic understanding than many people here, particularly those trying to retype him. He may be stubborn and closeminded to other ideas, but that doesn't mean his typing is wrong.
    Well, considering he goes around this forum berating others about their type, I don't see why someone couldn't question his. I don't see why you have more of a problem with people reconsidering Sol's type than anyone else reconsidering others's types, which is what this thread is filled with.

    We should all consider we could be wrong in our self-typing, every now and then, even if you end up ultimately rejecting the conclusions . This is normal and healthy.

    I don't know why but whenever Sol is criticized for whatever reason, people act like he is some kind of saint with some other-wordly wisdom that makes him more apt at typing or something. So Feathers is right: it is taboo to question anything Sol says. I personally find this disturbing, also disturbing how he holds himself above others as infalliable and always right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Avebury View Post
    Well, considering he goes around this forum berating others about their type, I don't see why someone couldn't question his. I don't see why you have more of a problem with people reconsidering Sol's type than anyone else reconsidering others's types, which is what this thread is filled with.

    We should all consider we could be wrong in our self-typing, every now and then, even if you end up ultimately rejecting the conclusions . This is normal and healthy.

    I don't know why but whenever Sol is criticized for whatever reason, people act like he is some kind of saint with some other-wordly wisdom that makes him more apt at typing or something. So Feathers is right: it is taboo to question anything Sol says. I personally find this disturbing, also disturbing how he holds himself above others as infalliable and always right.
    Lol, @Avebury. Now imagine @Sol as your narcissistic LSE mother, as mine is.

    Your only recourse is to never let an LSE be your boss. Read Stratiyevskaya “Complex of Tied Hands”.

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    I would imagine LSEs often end up as corporate managers, the only way to escape to start your own business and hire them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Avebury View Post
    Well, considering he goes around this forum berating others about their type, I don't see why someone couldn't question his. I don't see why you have more of a problem with people reconsidering Sol's type than anyone else reconsidering others's types, which is what this thread is filled with.

    We should all consider we could be wrong in our self-typing, every now and then, even if you end up ultimately rejecting the conclusions . This is normal and healthy.

    I don't know why but whenever Sol is criticized for whatever reason, people act like he is some kind of saint with some other-wordly wisdom that makes him more apt at typing or something. So Feathers is right: it is taboo to question anything Sol says. I personally find this disturbing, also disturbing how he holds himself above others as infalliable and always right.
    Well Sol would like it to be a taboo, but it's not an actual taboo But yes I agree with you that that is just crazy about how he wants to see himself as infallible in comparison to others. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Avebury View Post
    Well, considering he goes around this forum berating others about their type, I don't see why someone couldn't question his. I don't see why you have more of a problem with people reconsidering Sol's type than anyone else reconsidering others's types, which is what this thread is filled with.
    I don't. I don't think trying to convince anyone has much of a point, and tends to do more harm than good, but I have no problem with questioning and suggestions.

    We should all consider we could be wrong in our self-typing, every now and then, even if you end up ultimately rejecting the conclusions . This is normal and healthy.
    Obviously. And actually, Sol has been quite a bit more accepting of other people's suggestions than a lot of people. I've never seen him get upset by anyone suggesting something different for him. The closemindedness I was referring to is in re. to his rejection of any ideas that expand on the basic socionic theory. He won't even look at Gulenko, Reinin, or various other authors and ideas suggested.

    I don't know why but whenever Sol is criticized for whatever reason, people act like he is some kind of saint with some other-wordly wisdom that makes him more apt at typing or something. So Feathers is right: it is taboo to question anything Sol says. I personally find this disturbing, also disturbing how he holds himself above others as infalliable and always right.
    Lol. You're quite misreading that then. I don't find him a saint, nor do I think he's a fantastic typer with some kind of extraordinary wisdom and skill. He's often wrong imo about other people. Quite stubbornly wrong lol. But, I do think he's typed himself correctly and does have more basic knowledge of socionics than people give him credit for.

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    ILI - INTp (Ni,Te) Honoré de Balzac - the French writer.
    1."Imagination directs me". He possesses a powerful, intellectual imagination. A representative of this type, Honoré de Balzac, in his series of novels, The Human Comedy "painted" the portraits of more than 2000 people who appear hyper real: "he is comparable perhaps only to the city controller's office" —wrote of him Andre Maurois. Similarly, the phantasmagoric world of Gabriel García Marquez is impressively precise in every detail. Due to this quality The Critic can forecast the future quite well. From empirical observations of how a man acts at various times he creates something like a functional model in his mind. In general, he tends to know everything in advance. If he did not have to warn other people about possible dangers (opportunities interest him less), he most possibly would feel himself redundant.
    2."A priest's calmness and restraint". He almost never expresses emotions and protects from them his family and friends. He sincerely believes that passions, too strong, will lead one to his doom. Honoré de Balzac has constantly demonstrated throughout his literary works how passion spreads like a devastating cancer that eats away the souls of men until it finally suppresses all else. This holds totally true in the case of his dual (Caesar, The Politician), a hyperactive person that easily gets carried away.
    3.A profound analyst. He is convinced that living is impossible if one disregards the natural laws that regulate the world. One who ignores reality is heading for disaster. The Criticist believes that it is better to be somewhat too cynical then be a hypocrite. Hearing of a situation, he very soon thoroughly understands it and begins to tell to the bewildered interlocutor the details and aspects that the latter had overlooked. His analysis is devoid of any self-encouragement. "You shouldn't have a different attitude towards life than you have for the kitchen—the same amount of stinking odor; if you want to cook a dish, you'll have to get your hands dirty, just make sure you'll be able to wash the dirt off once you are done; that's the entire moral of our day and age."—So speaks Vautrin, a hero of Balzac's books. Such misanthropy can kill the anybody's spirits, except his dual (The Politician)!
    4."First and foremost, he is kind". In spite of all his "negativism", he is really a very kindly person in nature. The above phrase about Honoré de Balzac belongs to George Sand who knew him very well. He likes strong people who know their way in life, who demand concessions: such people release him from the necessity to invent goals, while using methods invented by him (he is a master of inventing methods.) He is capable of pouring a bucket of cold water out on the head of an enthusiast. But on the other hand, he is likewise capable of easing one's despair, when they are unlucky, when things go the wrong way, when destiny seems to be hostile.
    5.Unapproachable and thus desired. A girl-student by the name of Laima (The Politician) gave a good description of this type when she tried to describe the hero of her dreams: "He must be handsome and smart, with big and sad eyes, not talkative. He does not tell compliments, and by that he creates an impression of his inapproachability. He is taunted by myriads of problems, which, in my opinion are nothing to be bothered with. I am attracted by his sadness, seriousness, so I try to amuse him, to raise his spirits, to make him happy. If such a boy is present at a party, I wouldn't be bored." This is a vivid description of this personality type, who is constant in his feelings, does not like adventures, and desires total dependence of his demanding partner.


    I have known Shay for over 33 years and lived with her for thirty of those. I have thought for a long time she is INTP and the description above does absolutely match my experiences with her.

    She has a great ability to determine consequences of potential actions and also a vivid imagination. This is something I am hopeless at. Many times it is better to let her determine the how (or method) to achieve something and then for myself to go off and execute according to the how. Part of this is Shay reminding me to let things naturally occur as it can be damaging to try and go against this and force an unnatural outcome which as an SE I am sometimes tempted to do.

    She can instantly dampen my over enthusiasm by reminding me I am getting way ahead of the situation, as well as captivate me with her imagination in what could be possible.
    Most of all she can pour cold water on me and make me feel terrible (she laughed when she read this bit of my draft reply) and a minute later say something to me when things have not turned out at as I wanted and immediately give me hope again. I have never met someone else that can do this to me! Our kids have also commented on witnessing the impact described above that she has on me.

    Lastly she has can hold onto a few key goals for many years. One particular goal I am hoping we can achieve very soon .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Myst View Post
    I dunno about that, ILI-Te friend sets her own goals just fine. She's actually decent at finding concrete steps too, she's more like she feels she lacks willpower to consistently do things and wants someone to kick her in the ass lol (she said so).
    That sounds decent.

    This is how I interpreted it originally too. How else would it be interpreted anyway...
    I'm not Ni lead , but I thought I got it fine...
    Yeah you did, and no idea... sometimes I say things and people understand something I don't even understand... xD

    Idk if you want me to ask about this but I'd say I think if you voice what you want audibly enough they would hear you. Ofc some people will ignore even that, but not all people are like that.
    "Have you thought of seeking professional help?"
    The other point is that, I can write fine but talk...
    I take longer than most people I know to start a sentence, I take longer pauses, I stutter, sometimes I need a moment to collect my thoughts, I find questions bothersome as they cut my train of thought and now I have to include the question, all the "feeling" stuff distresses me, for say when people worry about me, it's like I have to deal with this and I can't now, so I prefer to bail off.
    They usually grab into my silences to go back to a more interesting subject, themselves. Sometimes, I try to step up, and be heard, usually not much effective.
    I have a voice that gets lost in the background also.
    I know I'm partly guilty with the feeling stuff, it's so uncomfortable, I don't know what to do with it. What am I supposed to get from it? Now they have a "worry" which I consider a problem to be fixed ASAP.
    I hate being given feelings I don't have, or asked how I feel about stuff...
    As I said somewhere, I likely have a lot of Fe around me.
    I often think I haven't found people with whom I feel on a similar page... I might be the problem here. -w-b

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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthernRose View Post
    sometimes I say things and people understand something I don't even understand... xD
    Well, sometimes quoting what someone says is more of a springboard to discuss other ideas than a direct response to them. And that was the case here where I quoted you. I was thinking about Reinin traits and goal-setting and how that could work in various types. Avebury's quoted ILI description is a perfect representation of what I was thinking, and I wanted to focus on how that was something separate from anything related to Ni, and your post was the material I used to do so. I do that to other people too because I'm more looking at the ideas and putting them together than the people saying them.

    As much as I've said that people should listen and pay attention and etc to what other people are saying, well. . .often the advice we give is the advice we probably should be following lol. I'm sorry about using your post to just talk about my own thoughts there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by squark View Post
    Well, sometimes quoting what someone says is more of a springboard to discuss other ideas than a direct response to them. And that was the case here where I quoted you. I was thinking about Reinin traits and goal-setting and how that could work in various types. Avebury's quoted ILI description is a perfect representation of what I was thinking, and I wanted to focus on how that was something separate from anything related to Ni, and your post was the material I used to do so. I do that to other people too because I'm more looking at the ideas and putting them together than the people saying them.

    As much as I've said that people should listen and pay attention and etc to what other people are saying, well. . .often the advice we give is the advice we probably should be following lol. I'm sorry about using your post to just talk about my own thoughts there.
    It's alright.
    I didn't know people could do stuff like that... I'm used to "everything's personal" kind of thing. Hm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam Strange View Post
    Now imagine Sol as your narcissistic LSE mother, as mine is.
    it's doubtful LIE perceive so badly LSE

    > Your only recourse is to never let an LSE be your boss.

    his recourse is to be more reasonable
    starting with the understanding of own correct type

    being touchy to propaganda like F or I types may be. muddy thinking like never base Te are
    Types examples: video bloggers, actors

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sol View Post
    it's doubtful LIE perceive so badly LSE

    > Your only recourse is to never let an LSE be your boss.

    his recourse is to be more reasonable
    starting with the understanding of own correct type

    being touchy to propaganda like F or I types may be. muddy thinking like never base Te are
    I don't perceive LSE's badly, nor do I think most LIE's do. I happen to have had a controlling LSE mother, and most of my personal feelings about LSE's involve some kind of associations with her, but I try very hard to suppress that. On a one-to-one basis, I really like LSE's way of thinking, for the most part. They are one of the few types which think very clearly (Lol. IMO.)

    My problem with LSE's is that when they insist on telling me to do things their way, a white explosion goes off in my head and I get irrationally defensive. I basically go nuclear inside, but by god, I try to suppress that, since it's an ancient reaction to my mother and now only interferes with a rational exploration of all options. Me being the LSE's boss allows me the freedom to respond flexibly, but when they were my boss, I didn't have that freedom.

    I have had successful relations with LSE bosses when I was a low level employee. Their Caregiver approach is very reassuring to completely new and uncertain employees. I find that their lack of vision is frustrating at higher levels of an organization, because foreseeing the future of an organization is what LIE's do, and having the freedom to make that future a reality is where most LIE's thrive. My LSE bosses completely ignored the future in favor of the nuts and bolts of RIGHT NOW. In fact, most of the time, they would squash the initiatives I suggested, which were intended to make the company profitable in the long run, in favor of getting today's work done today. Even when that work was non-productive busy-work. They meant well, but had a very different focus than I did.

    I actually started my first company because I invented a patentable process that revolutionized the industry we were in. I showed it to my LSE boss and he ignored it. I asked him if I could claim ownership of the process and he said, "Sure. We have plenty of work filling present orders." His company is now out of business and mine is growing pretty fast.

    I know that LSE's can be very, very successful owners of businesses which don't require much innovation, like construction or rental properties, but they struggle to be at the forefront of R&D.

    I work with an LSE-Te and an LIE-Ni, and they get along pretty well in the sense that they rely on each other, but both of them are mid-thirties and aren't really thinking beyond their immediate projects at this point.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam Strange View Post
    My LSE bosses completely ignored the future in favor of the nuts and bolts of RIGHT NOW. In fact, most of the time, they would squash the initiatives I suggested, which were intended to make the company profitable in the long run, in favor of getting today's work done today. Even when that work was non-productive busy-work.
    I'd be interested in hearing some examples/anecdotes about this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Myst View Post
    I'd be interested in hearing some examples/anecdotes about this.
    @Myst, three quick examples (aside from the patentable process I mentioned above, which was huge):

    1. My LII sister is married to an LSE. He wanted to have these tall cedar-like bushes along one side of his driveway, so he ordered a bunch of them, got his personal excavator tractor out and spent a week planting them. When he was done, he decided they were on the wrong side of the driveway. He then spent another week moving them. Couldn't he foresee how they would look?

    2. I was working with an LSE boss on building (actually machining the parts for) a satellite that he had designed. He was a brilliant designer, incidentally. It had to be extremely clean, since it was designed to process Germanium wafers in space. Machining stainless steel requires cutting fluid which had to be laboriously cleaned from each part as we assembled it. The work was going way over schedule. I told him we needed to just machine everything and assemble it dirty, and then when everything was working, disassemble it, clean everything, and then reassemble it in a clean room. That worked and we met the deadline (barely). He didn't seem to be able to see the entire process and the future time trades involved in different actions.

    3. I designed a process for assembling and aligning the optics in a complex laser weapon. It involves many steps and the alignment of each stage affects the later stages, but each stage has an error budget which must be met to get the thing to work when all the parts are assembled. Later stages have the capacity to correct errors of a certain magnitude in previous stages, but they have limits. I assigned an LSE to aligning two intermediate stages and walked him through the process. He said "This is hard."
    Of course it's hard. That's why we are doing it. But it is entirely doable. He focused on just the task in front of him and didn't understand how it affected the outcome until everything came together. I'm not sure if he sees the entire picture to this day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam Strange View Post
    @Myst, three quick examples (aside from the patentable process I mentioned above, which was huge):
    Yeah I saw that but I was interested in more examples, thanks for them


    1. My LII sister is married to an LSE. He wanted to have these tall cedar-like bushes along one side of his driveway, so he ordered a bunch of them, got his personal excavator tractor out and spent a week planting them. When he was done, he decided they were on the wrong side of the driveway. He then spent another week moving them. Couldn't he foresee how they would look?
    OMG lol, my sister's husband (he is possibly LSE but I don't have enough info on him to be sure yet) does that sort of thing all the time... make a decision then change it like that. Big decisions, actually. Bigger than this planting of bushes in the garden. Messing up everything in the process... with a lot of waste of time and money too. My ESI mom and I continue being shocked at his lack of foresight (Idk if that's Ni HA being particularly shocked at PoLR Ni)

    Hm I think when it comes to making decisions and possibly changing them, I'm very restrictive actually... In a nutshell, if I feel that the outcome needs to be seen well before making and committing to a decision, bc I sense that there are certain important factors here and there that will affect it strongly, I'll stop cautiously and clarify the factors and their effects to myself. And then when the decision has been made and is being executed or completed execution of it already, I'd rather not find new ideas/options that'd make me change my decisions, let alone if it involves much waste of time/money/resources/upheaval overall. Maybe a good illustration of Ni HA+Ne PoLR vs Ne HA+Ni PoLR beyond general Ni vs Ne valuing.


    2. I was working with an LSE boss on building (actually machining the parts for) a satellite that he had designed. He was a brilliant designer, incidentally. It had to be extremely clean, since it was designed to process Germanium wafers in space. Machining stainless steel requires cutting fluid which had to be laboriously cleaned from each part as we assembled it. The work was going way over schedule. I told him we needed to just machine everything and assemble it dirty, and then when everything was working, disassemble it, clean everything, and then reassemble it in a clean room. That worked and we met the deadline (barely). He didn't seem to be able to see the entire process and the future time trades involved in different actions.

    3. I designed a process for assembling and aligning the optics in a complex laser weapon. It involves many steps and the alignment of each stage affects the later stages, but each stage has an error budget which must be met to get the thing to work when all the parts are assembled. Later stages have the capacity to correct errors of a certain magnitude in previous stages, but they have limits. I assigned an LSE to aligning two intermediate stages and walked him through the process. He said "This is hard."
    Of course it's hard. That's why we are doing it. But it is entirely doable. He focused on just the task in front of him and didn't understand how it affected the outcome until everything came together. I'm not sure if he sees the entire picture to this day.
    Interesting examples, I have a hard time imagining the last one concretely enough without much info tho I kind of can, but the first one makes sense. Lol as I know myself, I'd get impatient pretty soon with the process and cut out asap what's not needed. You quickly seeing the best option for the overall solution reminds me of the Ne demonstrative of LIEs as I've experienced it before when working together, and I find that Ne demo really cool. With the last example, I think I wouldn't want to start until I had an okay overview of how things affect the outcome. It actually sounds like an interesting task in terms of working that out. (But otherwise I ofc know nothing about the optics of laser weapons lol)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Myst View Post
    Yeah I saw that but I was interested in more examples, thanks for them

    OMG lol, my sister's husband (he is possibly LSE but I don't have enough info on him to be sure yet) does that sort of thing all the time... make a decision then change it like that. Big decisions, actually. Bigger than this planting of bushes in the garden. Messing up everything in the process... with a lot of waste of time and money too. My ESI mom and I continue being shocked at his lack of foresight (Idk if that's Ni HA being particularly shocked at PoLR Ni)

    Hm I think when it comes to making decisions and possibly changing them, I'm very restrictive actually... In a nutshell, if I feel that the outcome needs to be seen well before making and committing to a decision, bc I sense that there are certain important factors here and there that will affect it strongly, I'll stop cautiously and clarify the factors and their effects to myself. And then when the decision has been made and is being executed or completed execution of it already, I'd rather not find new ideas/options that'd make me change my decisions, let alone if it involves much waste of time/money/resources/upheaval overall. Maybe a good illustration of Ni HA+Ne PoLR vs Ne HA+Ni PoLR beyond general Ni vs Ne valuing.
    @Myst, thank you so much for that information. It really goes a long way toward explaining why the ESI's I've been dating have been taking their time in scheduling the next date. To me, it's just the next date, let's have it and see how it goes. To them, it might be the direction for the rest of their lives.
    I was actually thinking of asking some of the ESI's here why the ones I know seem so deliberate, but since you have the same force and time sense as ESI's, I'll take your answer for theirs.

    Of course, they might just not be that into me, but assuming they are.....

    Quote Originally Posted by Myst View Post
    Interesting examples, I have a hard time imagining the last one concretely enough without much info tho I kind of can, but the first one makes sense. Lol as I know myself, I'd get impatient pretty soon with the process and cut out asap what's not needed. You quickly seeing the best option for the overall solution reminds me of the Ne demonstrative of LIEs as I've experienced it before when working together, and I find that Ne demo really cool. With the last example, I think I wouldn't want to start until I had an okay overview of how things affect the outcome. It actually sounds like an interesting task in terms of working that out. (But otherwise I ofc know nothing about the optics of laser weapons lol)
    Thanks. For what it's worth, I find your intellect to be really cool, too. Combined with your Se, it's hot, actually. It's too bad I'm not EIE. (Not that I want to be EIE, but having an LSI for a dual would be pretty great.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam Strange View Post
    @Myst, thank you so much for that information. It really goes a long way toward explaining why the ESI's I've been dating have been taking their time in scheduling the next date. To me, it's just the next date, let's have it and see how it goes. To them, it might be the direction for the rest of their lives.
    I was actually thinking of asking some of the ESI's here why the ones I know seem so deliberate, but since you have the same force and time sense as ESI's, I'll take your answer for theirs.

    Of course, they might just not be that into me, but assuming they are.....
    Yeah, while I can't tell you how ESIs work in dating, I noted how ESIs are very cautious in some things even more than what I described, but along a similar line of thinking, yes.

    And thanks for the compliment lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam Strange View Post
    I don't perceive LSE's badly, nor do I think most LIE's do.
    The impression of narcissism may be from different values. The opponent behaves wrongly - wants too much, while offers a few in return. A few - in your values. The base to suspect other IR, as L*E should perceive each other better.

    > My problem with LSE's is that when they insist on telling me to do things their way, a white explosion goes off in my head and I get irrationally defensive.

    If your mother was LSE indeed, then you may react such on Te. To be irrationally defensive - to reject the info for your base function would be strange. It's what happens with non-valued functions and more about weak of them.

    "Curiouser and curiouser!"

    > In fact, most of the time, they would squash the initiatives I suggested, which were intended to make the company profitable in the long run, in favor of getting today's work done today. <...>
    I actually started my first company because I invented a patentable process that revolutionized the industry we were in. I showed it to my LSE boss and he ignored it. I asked him if I could claim ownership of the process and he said, "Sure. We have plenty of work filling present orders." His company is now out of business and mine is growing pretty fast.

    LSE need the material things like a document with numbers, stats, specialized experts opinions. You could to get the understanding with them by this way - with more concrete and trusted data. If you come to them with visions and assumptions - they will not understand you. Give them a business plan and they'll do.

    > I know that LSE's can be very, very successful owners of businesses which don't require much innovation, like construction or rental properties, but they struggle to be at the forefront of R&D.

    S types deal worse with innovations. J-S, especially
    Types examples: video bloggers, actors

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    Narcissism isnt slightly correlated to Te. Te leads arent narcissistic, theyre megalomanic when unhealthy. If ur mom rlly is narcissistic as in hiding her true self under a veil of pretense to the outside world while craving attention shes more likely a type 3 and ESFp

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    Quote Originally Posted by crAck View Post
    (caveat?/clarification: "subjective" != wrong; "subjective" = the understanding he has, which isnt public established knowledge and/or fact - basically a repeat of the end of the sentence: "subjective interpretations on top of subjective interpretations on top of subjective interpretations".

    not all his posts, but /the end)
    Yes, that's what i meant. 'what is wrong' is that the subjectivity does not bridge itself to broader understanding. Sorry if i was unclear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crAck View Post
    [Today 11:42 AM] golden: Ok then I’m def Se
    About an hour after that I hit myself—really hard—in the face in the grocery store with the handle of a shopping basket. I don’t even know how lol.
    LSI: “I still can’t figure out Pinterest.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by golden View Post
    About an hour after that I hit myself—really hard—in the face in the grocery store with the handle of a shopping basket. I don’t even know how lol.
    Some perfidious shopping baskets attacked you. ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by WinnieW View Post
    Some perfidious shopping baskets attacked you. ...
    LSI: “I still can’t figure out Pinterest.”

    Me: “It’s just, like, idea boards.”

    LSI: “I don’t have ideas.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by BFGDoomer View Post
    Yes, that's what i meant. 'what is wrong' is that the subjectivity does not bridge itself to broader understanding. Sorry if i was unclear.
    Congratulations, you've just managed to spot Ne PoLR of Ni HA. In terms of Ne broadness lacking. (Maybe also low Ti/Te if you meant that too, from your LII pov.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthernRose View Post
    That sounds decent.


    Yeah you did, and no idea... sometimes I say things and people understand something I don't even understand... xD


    "Have you thought of seeking professional help?"
    The other point is that, I can write fine but talk...
    I take longer than most people I know to start a sentence, I take longer pauses, I stutter, sometimes I need a moment to collect my thoughts, I find questions bothersome as they cut my train of thought and now I have to include the question, all the "feeling" stuff distresses me, for say when people worry about me, it's like I have to deal with this and I can't now, so I prefer to bail off.
    They usually grab into my silences to go back to a more interesting subject, themselves. Sometimes, I try to step up, and be heard, usually not much effective.
    I have a voice that gets lost in the background also.
    I know I'm partly guilty with the feeling stuff, it's so uncomfortable, I don't know what to do with it. What am I supposed to get from it? Now they have a "worry" which I consider a problem to be fixed ASAP.
    I hate being given feelings I don't have, or asked how I feel about stuff...
    As I said somewhere, I likely have a lot of Fe around me.
    I often think I haven't found people with whom I feel on a similar page... I might be the problem here. -w-b
    I forgot to reply to this earlier. Yah, I think some of this stuff you can learn with direct practice (about talking). Lol I didn't necessarily mean professional help in terms of a psychologist though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by golden View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by WinnieW View Post
     
    LSI: “I still can’t figure out Pinterest.”

    Me: “It’s just, like, idea boards.”

    LSI: “I don’t have ideas.”

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    That's one bad bear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Myst View Post
    Lol I didn't necessarily mean professional help in terms of a psychologist though.
    I was told that. Didn't mean you meant this. : P

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    Quote Originally Posted by crAck View Post
    can someone give me a history lesson on this crazedrat guy?

    - why did he(?) leave or get banned? if left, where is he now?
    - pics/videos?
    - age?
    - type? self-claims, or your guesses?
    IEI/ILI

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    Quote Originally Posted by crAck View Post
    can someone give me a history lesson on this crazedrat guy?
    - why did he(?) leave or get banned?
    because one F type girl have asked for this
    http://www.the16types.info/vbulletin...ssaged-Me-This

    > - type? self-claims, or your guesses?

    http://www.the16types.info/vbulletin...gs-Spreadsheet
    Types examples: video bloggers, actors

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    Quote Originally Posted by crAck View Post
    which do you think more?
    Good question... maybe ILI bc even though IEIs can be trolly rude he seemed to go beyond that.

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    the other day you said something about considering if people were right, I think it could be dialectic thinking where one admits the other person's position inasmuch as there is a real contradiction and tries to unify them rather than simply deny one side or the other. this entails letting some of what they said "in" in some capacity or other. I think that may be what you're seeing. its doing the admission on a level that normally doesn't occur, where people take sides and never really seek some kind of third way, so its not a straightforward capitulation, it takes what they have already admitted to be true, in some sense at least in the sense that its sufficient for them to believe it, and tries to spin that into something new that resolves in some way the basic disagreement

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    Quote Originally Posted by crAck View Post
    feathers = D-ESI
    @Adam Strange OUR LOVE is meant to be!

    I am honestly flattered you see BOTH D subtype AAAND 3D Se, crack. Just wow, really.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Myst View Post
    Good question... maybe ILI bc even though IEIs can be trolly rude he seemed to go beyond that.
    more definitive trait of IEI compared to ILI is to be dumb, but not rude
    Types examples: video bloggers, actors

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    Quote Originally Posted by crAck View Post
    can you choose a different word? "dumb" is ambiguous
    dumber
    Types examples: video bloggers, actors

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sol View Post
    more definitive trait of IEI compared to ILI is to be dumb, but not rude
    Sorry, but you can't expect me to take this "understanding" of people seriously.

    Maybe you should get off the forums and go get a life and get actual experience with real life people instead of sinking deeper in bullshit like this. Socionics doesn't do much beyond a point, it's an incredibly general model, where you can't make such strong statements about type vs intelligence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Myst View Post
    Sorry, but you can't expect me to take this "understanding" of people seriously.

    Maybe you should get off the forums and go get a life and get actual experience with real life people instead of sinking deeper in bullshit like this. Socionics doesn't do much beyond a point, it's an incredibly general model, where you can't make such strong statements about type vs intelligence.
    I can see why an IEI would look "dumber" than ILI, as they are more idealistic and positive with a dash of romantisme.
    When one is more on the heavy, negative side, those trait really look like stupidity. It's a matter of perception, not intellgence, and that tells more about Sol than IEI.

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    Adam is sp 6

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