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#21 nutzbuster

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Posted 29 November 2008 - 03:36 PM

View Posthblask, on Saturday, November 29th, 2008, 4:13 PM, said:

If I take it and it agrees with my perception of myself, then I have learned nothing.If I take it and it disagrees with my perception of myself, then it's a stupid test.Why would I do this?
take it .... and then take it again with your Mom/Dad/spouse/co worker 's input.



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Posted 29 November 2008 - 04:58 PM

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Posted 29 November 2008 - 05:09 PM

ResultsYour personality type is INTP.Introverted (I) 61% Extraverted (E) 39%Intuitive (N) 59% Sensing (S) 41%Thinking (T) 85% Feeling (F) 15%Perceiving (P) 77% Judging (J) 23%i have problems with these tests, because there's a gap between the person you see yourself as, and the person you are, and alot of time I'll just futz around, and level myself trying to pick an answer, and end up copping out and picking the both/neither option. I think I was much more extro/feeling when I was younger.
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Posted 29 November 2008 - 05:27 PM

InterestingYour personality type is ESFP.Extraverted (E) 71% Introverted (I) 29% Sensing (S) 55% Intuitive (N) 45% Feeling (F) 65% Thinking (T) 35% Perceiving (P) 55% Judging (J) 45%edit: Just read DN's think he is the same type - LOL - I think with this personality type I am not supposed to be an engineer. May explain why my daughter is so damn artsy though. Pretty accurate assessment of me though.
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Posted 29 November 2008 - 05:50 PM

Your personality type is ISTJ.Introverted (I) 75% Extraverted (E) 25%Sensing (S) 50% Intuitive (N) 50%Thinking (T) 80% Feeling (F) 20%Judging (J) 73% Perceiving (P) 27%

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Posted 29 November 2008 - 05:52 PM

o0o0oYour personality type is ISTP.Introverted (I) 75% Extraverted (E) 25%Sensing (S) 64% Intuitive (N) 36%Thinking (T) 50% Feeling (F) 50%Perceiving (P) 73% Judging (J) 27%I think I was INTP last time with a very close P/J
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Posted 29 November 2008 - 06:03 PM

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Posted 29 November 2008 - 06:03 PM

In the past I have always tested as an ENFJ, this time I am an ENFP. Your personality type is ENFP.Extraverted (E) 61% Introverted (I) 39%Intuitive (N) 73% Sensing (S) 27%Feeling (F) 75% Thinking (T) 25%Perceiving (P) 68% Judging (J) 32%Maybe the change is due to that I was a trainer which is inline with ENFJ and now I am a supervisor so the perceiving has kicked in more? :club:
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Posted 29 November 2008 - 06:14 PM

Your personality type is ENTJ.Extraverted (E) 64% Introverted (I) 36%Intuitive (N) 64% Sensing (S) 36%Thinking (T) 55% Feeling (F) 45%Judging (J) 55% Perceiving (P) 45%No matter how many times I take these things - I always hit the same results, weirdly.ENTJs generally have the following traits: * Driven to turn theories into plans * Highly value knowledge * Future-oriented * Natural leaders * Impatient with inefficiency and incompetence * Want things structured and orderly * Excellent verbal communication skills * Dislike routine, detail-oriented tasks * Self-confident * DecisiveENTJs are especially well-suited to be leaders and organization builders. They have the ability to clearly identify problems and innovative solutions for the short and long-term well-being of an organization. Having a strong desire to lead, they're not likely to be happy as followers. ENTJs like to be in charge, and need to be in charge to take advantage of their special capabilities.The following list of professions is built on our impressions of careers which would be especially suitable for an ENTJ. It is meant to be a starting place, rather than an exhaustive list. There are no guarantees that any or all of the careers listed here would be appropriate for you, or that your best career match is among those listed.Possible Career Paths for the ENTJ: * Corporate Executive Officer; Organization Builder * Entrepreneur * Computer Consultant * Lawyer * Judge * Business Administrators and Managers * University Professors and AdministratorsGod knows how I ended up in the military then!
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Posted 29 November 2008 - 06:42 PM

Your personality type is ENFP.Extraverted (E) 64% Introverted (I) 36% Intuitive (N) 95% Sensing (S) 5% Feeling (F) 100% Thinking (T) 0% Perceiving (P) 82% Judging (J) 18% The E is surprising. I've always been an I in these things before, but then it's been quite a while since I took one. Extravert, iNtuitive, Feeler, Perceiver (ENFP)ENFPs represent between 6 and 8% of the U.S. populationCurious, energetic, adaptable, and creative, ENFPs like considering unconventional approaches. They enjoy batting around ideas and finding creative solutions and are energized and intrigued by new possibilities and anything out of the ordinary. ENFPs tend to be talkative, enthusiastic, playful, and generally fun-loving people. Warm and caring, ENFPs have strong personal values upon which they base most decisions. Conversations with ENFPs can be very circular as they excitedly move from one topic to the next, making connections and associations. Unconventional and occasionally irreverent, they pride themselves on their uniqueness and originality. Optimistic, and spontaneous, ENFPs have a strong sense of the possible. For them, life is an exciting drama. Because they are so interested in possibilities, ENFPs see significance in all things and prefer to keep lots of options open. ENFPs Tend To Be:• Creative, resourceful & naturally curious• Highly diplomatic consensus builders• Perceptive about people; great collaborators• Enthusiastic & inspiring communicators• Able to "think outside the box" & see possibilities• Adaptable; able to shift gears & change directions quicklyCareer SatisfiersAll people are most satisfied and successful when using their natural talents in an environment that is consistent with their personality preferences and values. Research shows that ENFPs are most satisfied by jobs that provide the following:• The opportunity to use their creativity to find solutions that help people• Opportunities to work collaboratively with other fun, creative people• Variety in the types of tasks they perform on a daily basis• Friendly, supportive, tension-free environment• Regularly expressed appreciation & recognition for their unique contributions
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Posted 29 November 2008 - 08:35 PM

View Postnutzbuster, on Saturday, November 29th, 2008, 5:36 PM, said:

take it .... and then take it again with your Mom/Dad/spouse/co worker 's input.
Hmm, now that would be interesting. Of course, it'd be the last time I talk to any of them.
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Posted 29 November 2008 - 08:57 PM

View Postwsox8, on Saturday, November 29th, 2008, 5:50 PM, said:

Your personality type is ISTJ.Introverted (I) 75% Extraverted (E) 25%Sensing (S) 50% Intuitive (N) 50%Thinking (T) 80% Feeling (F) 20%Judging (J) 73% Perceiving (P) 27%
Test ResultsYour personality type is ISTJ.Introverted (I) 86% Extraverted (E) 14%Sensing (S) 59% Intuitive (N) 41%Thinking (T) 65% Feeling (F) 35%Judging (J) 64% Perceiving (P) 36%Possible Career Paths for the ISTJ: * Business Executives, Administrators and Managers * Accountants and Financial Officers * Police and Detectives * Judges * Lawyers * Medical Doctors / Dentists * Computer Programmers, Systems Analysts, and Computer Specialists * Military Leaders spot on test?
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Posted 29 November 2008 - 09:56 PM

Notice how women (and effeminate men) aren't "thinkers" but rather, "feelers". My girl took the test today: 85% "feeling" while I was 85% "thinking". Also, I would book unlimited action that people who are "feelers" are prone to voting a certain way, while "thinkers" are prone to voting another.This test is just so hilariously accurate and pegs a lot of otherwise intangible dynamics of human existence that we all know to be true through experience, but are difficult to explain with science (for example, why women (feelers) consistently suck so badly at math and science (a "thinking" pursuit)...INTP's are clearly the superior breed. I mean, we have Socrates, Descartes, Pascal, Newton and Albert ****ing Einstein for christs sake. The rest of you "feeling" assholes simply exist as vermin in a human condition that we pioneer and inevitably, define. If I ever become ruler of all the world, I will base my genocide program around the results of this test.
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Posted 29 November 2008 - 10:30 PM

Your personality type is INFP.Introverted (I) 100% Extraverted (E) 0%Intuitive (N) 82% Sensing (S) 18%Feeling (F) 70% Thinking (T) 30%Perceiving (P) 91% Judging (J) 9%Introvert, iNtuitive, Feeler, Perceiver (INFP)INFPs represent between 4 and 5% of the U.S. populationINFPs value inner harmony above all else. Sensitive, idealistic, and loyal, they have a strong sense of honor concerning their personal values and are often passionately committed to making sure their beliefs and actions are congruent. INFPs are also extremely perceptive about people. They value their uniqueness and typically seek unconventional ways of doing things. Sensitive and empathetic, INFPs tend to be exceptionally adept at reading between the lines. Although they demonstrate cool reserve on the outside, INFPs care deeply inside. They are compassionate, sympathetic, understanding and very sensitive to the feelings of others. They avoid conflict and are not interested in impressing or dominating others unless their values are at stake. INFPs seldom express the intensity of their feelings and often appear reticent and calm. However, once they know you, they are enthusiastic and warm. Feeling truly understood and respected for their unique perspective and strong values is important for many INFPs.INFPs Tend To Be:• Deeply committed to work and a vision they believe in• Adaptable & patient• Creative, resourceful & naturally curious• Highly diplomatic consensus builders• Perceptive about others’ needs & motivations• Able to "think outside the box" & see possibilitiesCareer SatisfiersAll people are most satisfied and successful when using their natural talents in an environment that is consistent with their personality preferences and values. Research shows that INFPs are most satisfied by jobs that provide the following:• Supportive, meaningful relationships with a small group of co-workers• A role in helping others grow & develop their fullest potential• A tension-free, collaborative work environment• Work that is consistent with their strong, personal values• A role that does not involve public speaking, or disciplining othersi've pretty much been some degree of INFP on every meyers-briggs test i've ever taken, but usually i'm closer to 50/50 on the thinking/feeling criterion than 30/70.scram, fwiw, i would fly pretty much directly in the face of your math/science v. "feelers" hypothesis.
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Posted 29 November 2008 - 10:38 PM

View Postcheckymcfold, on Saturday, November 29th, 2008, 10:30 PM, said:

Introverted (I) 100% Extraverted (E) 0%
Holy crap man. How did you even get out of your head to make this post?! I thought qyayqi and I were up there at 96% and 89% respectively, but jeez.

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Posted 29 November 2008 - 10:41 PM

View Postvbnautilus, on Sunday, November 30th, 2008, 1:38 AM, said:

Holy crap man. How did you even get out of your head to make this post?! I thought qyayqi and I were up there at 96% and 89% respectively, but jeez.
haha, the "I" part is pretty much 100% on every test i've ever taken.
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Posted 29 November 2008 - 11:12 PM

View Postcheckymcfold, on Saturday, November 29th, 2008, 10:30 PM, said:

scram, fwiw, i would fly pretty much directly in the face of your math/science v. "feelers" hypothesis.
It does speak directly to the old maxim about leftism being based on feelings and emotions rather than thought and analysis. I would bet an unlimited sum- sell everything I owned to cover the action- that if you took 100 "liberals" and and 100 Libertarians and put them all to this test, the liberals would tilt massively towards "feelers" while the libertarians would be almost exclusively "thinkers".This test is the most genius illustration of this that I've ever seen.. It totally pegs the stuff we all know and have seen first hand our entire lives, but that can be difficult to prove since it's very intuitive as opposed to being purely factual. This test lays a factual, quantifiable foundation for being able to say something like "women run on emotion rather than logic" or "liberals value feelings over reason". It's no wonder that it's 'validity' is questioned. Pretty much no doubt the sort of person who is doing the 'questioning'. It's one of those things that speaks directly to fundamental truths that a certain sect of people absolutely hate and will do everything to obfuscate or deny... This is the most spectacularly accurate "general personality" type test I've ever seen.
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Posted 29 November 2008 - 11:28 PM

View PostAmScray, on Sunday, November 30th, 2008, 2:12 AM, said:

It does speak directly to the old maxim about leftism being based on feelings and emotions rather than thought and analysis. I would bet an unlimited sum- sell everything I owned to cover the action- that if you took 100 "liberals" and and 100 Libertarians and put them all to this test, the liberals would tilt massively towards "feelers" while the libertarians would be almost exclusively "thinkers".This test is the most genius illustration of this that I've ever seen.. It totally pegs the stuff we all know and have seen first hand our entire lives, but that can be difficult to prove since it's very intuitive as opposed to being purely factual. This test lays a factual, quantifiable foundation for being able to say something like "women run on emotion rather than logic" or "liberals value feelings over reason". It's no wonder that it's 'validity' is questioned. Pretty much no doubt the sort of person who is doing the 'questioning'. It's one of those things that speaks directly to fundamental truths that a certain sect of people absolutely hate and will do everything to obfuscate or deny... This is the most spectacularly accurate "general personality" type test I've ever seen.
i actually think the test is quite accurate. i wasn't questioning that at all, but rather your "feeling vs. math and science" claim. there's a big difference between a stance that "feeling" is just as or more valuable than "thinking" and being unable to do the latter. as i'm sure you know, i happen to believe that there are altogether logical grounds for leaning toward the left, and i'd be glad to argue that conservative fiscal policies are entirely illogical on multiple levels. you know, if you're bored with psychology and want to go there.
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Posted 29 November 2008 - 11:56 PM

View Postcheckymcfold, on Saturday, November 29th, 2008, 11:28 PM, said:

i'd be glad to argue that conservative fiscal policies are entirely illogical on multiple levels. you know, if you're bored with psychology and want to go there.
What is there to argue about? It isn't like you take some innovative or unique line on this stuff. It's all pretty textbook. You believe that "wealth" is simply a function of the state and that smarter, harder working people who earn more 'owe more' so dumber, lazier people can can be 'helped'... or, so the workings of society can be funded on their backs. You believe that successful people are simply the beasts of burden who exist to fund the larger "system" and have no value or rights as individual achievers. You will probably disagree with the descriptors I use to outline your beliefs, but insofar as I've read them, it absolutely illustrates the underlying logic of your position and is pretty standard with most all left-leaning types who don't value anything having to do with the individual. I believe that the best way to manage a country is to fund systems that are essential for commercial productivity/defense, and leave most everything beyond that up to the individual. If you don't swim, you sink. No work, no eat. I shouldn't bear an obligation to subsidize your "feelings" via forcible taxation, just because you happen to be a 'feeler' rather than a thinker. Life isn't fair. That I'm smarter than the homeless bum doesn't mean I "owe" him anything... and just because the guy who lives in a $10,000,000 home in Winnetka is probably smarter than me, that doesn't mean he "owes" me anything either, or should be made to pay a proportionally higher portion of his income than I do just because he's been more successful... and in the event he isn't smarter than me? If he's just some idiot-son inheritor or a professional poker player who happens to enjoy wealth because of an esoteric but otherwise completely useless skill set? Lucky him. I still don't believe that he "owes more" to the kitty on the basis of his personal good fortunes. "Socialism is a philosophy of failure, the creed of ignorance, and the gospel or envy, its inherent virtue is the equal sharing of misery." (- WC) is about as succinct as I've ever seen it put.
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Posted 30 November 2008 - 12:04 AM

View PostAmScray, on Sunday, November 30th, 2008, 12:56 AM, said:

Notice how women (and effeminate men) aren't "thinkers" but rather, "feelers". My girl took the test today: 85% "feeling" while I was 85% "thinking". Also, I would book unlimited action that people who are "feelers" are prone to voting a certain way, while "thinkers" are prone to voting another.This test is just so hilariously accurate and pegs a lot of otherwise intangible dynamics of human existence that we all know to be true through experience, but are difficult to explain with science (for example, why women (feelers) consistently suck so badly at math and science (a "thinking" pursuit)...INTP's are clearly the superior breed. I mean, we have Socrates, Descartes, Pascal, Newton and Albert ****ing Einstein for christs sake. The rest of you "feeling" assholes simply exist as vermin in a human condition that we pioneer and inevitably, define. If I ever become ruler of all the world, I will base my genocide program around the results of this test.
hang on there AmScray ; I am a women and it has me as a thinker and I exceled in the scienceshey VB: I really wonder the accuracy as well when I look at checky's and qyayqi
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