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This is a discussion on The (stream of conscious?) venting thread for INTJ. within the INTJ Forum - The Scientists forums, part of the NT's Temperament Forum- The Intellects category; Originally Posted by Napoleptic Like what? Sounds quite useful. CVS, SVN are the 2 biggest I used already, and know ...
She's incredible. So inspiring.
He has a boot as a hat . . . .LMAO
Burning bridges vs neglecting them. Choices choices...
Some days I wonder what it would be like to be someone else. How different would someone else's thoughts seem to me? What would the similarities be? It would be so cool to "listen in" on someone else's brain for a while. Then, I would learn a whole lot more about myself, and how other people are similar and different.
What about visuals? Would they transfer? And colours? Would the liking of colours transfer between people? If I could get into another Ni-doms head, would the symbolism make sense? What about moral values? I have a feeling I would get frustrated at other people's morals fairly quickly, or would I be able to simply use theirs for a while? Would I be able to learn more about science and physics and programming?
But, more than that, I want to get into, say, an ISFP's head. What would it sound like? Or an ISTP? (I think that one would be interesting.)
I think, overall, MBTI only explains such a little part of personality. Even after mixing in enneagram, there are still factors and aspects besides that. Personal fears, family, the past, relationships with others, intelligence, and interests all go into making us all unique. Meanwhile, there are things that make similarities, philosophy, culture, values, upbringing, hobbies, interests and abilities.
Personally, I wouldn't mind sharing my thoughts for a day. I don't think anyone else would want that craziness though. Sometimes I shrug at myself and say "I just live here." (Although unfortunately I can't move out.)
Why do I let my brother (INTP) plan anything?
Also my father seems to believe that he can make a 15 minute trip in 5 minutes. When he's still inside a restaurant, let alone his car.
Something amusing I saw today on the front page while trolling along to cheat off some summaries for efficient homework:
SparkLife » Quiz: Are You a Geek or a Nerd?
Why someone thought critical literary analysis and columns written for squee-ing high school girls would go together is beyond me...